The five global trends are based on recent research conducted at the Reuters Institute. They reflect changes to the way people access news, transformations in professional journalism and the business of news, as well as changing political environments in some parts of the world.
Focusing on the near-term future (the next three to five years) the experts have been asked to focus on how digital technologies may impact children and families, and the role that educators and industry can play in promoting positive change.
The Action Plan against Disinformation is at the heart of the EU’s strategy to protect May’s European elections from disinformation and other attempts at foreign interference.
The call aims at fostering the development of new educational materials and/or services built on concrete instances of disinformation, as well as to design methods to raise awareness about the techniques commonly used by malicious actors in order to create, distribute and amplify disinformation over the internet.
Access Now, Civil Liberties Union for Europe (Liberties) and European Digital Rights (EDRi) issued a joint report evaluating the work done by the EU institutions to tackle online disinformation.
The campaign's slogan, "Together for a better internet", is a call to action for all stakeholders to join together and play their part in creating a better internet for everyone, and especially for younger users.
What rules and initiatives exist in Europe to help ensure the accuracy and objectivity of news and current affairs reporting? Report by the European Audiovisual Observatory.
From October 10th to November 30th, Wikipedia users can create, update, improve, and translate entries in Albanian, English, German, Italian, Serbo-Croatian, and Spanish.
The annual Global MIL Week activities and the feature conference are important opportunities for stakeholders globally to review and celebrate the progress achieved towards the process of "MIL for all".