Events

28th October 2020
Type:
Conferences

Event information will be updated. 

15th - 16th June 2020
Type:
Conferences

Event information will be updated.

31st March - 1st April 2020
Type:
Conferences

Annual Discipline Conference - 2020. Information about the event and registration will be updated.

9th March 2020
Type:
Conferences

Information about the event and event registration will be updated soon.

6th December 2019
Type:
Conferences

We will present studies addressing influence operations in the Far East, geo-targeting in elections, deep fake technology, and the results from our experiment evaluating the efforts of social media platforms to tackle online disinformation. This event will conclude with an outlook on which regulations are needed in the digital space.

30th October 2019
Type:
Conferences

At this event we will focus on the latest trends in digital communication and will give an opportunity to bring back home a few new tricks that will improve your communication efforts. We know that more and more people are going online from their phones - what does it mean for communicators? We will look at the campaign measurement techniques and target audiences, as well as focus on the important aspect of audience insights and listening tools - how to get and analyse the data.

25th March 2019
Type:
Workshops

The Seminar will discuss the changing role of social media and the effect it has on the communication process:
1. Innovations in online information environment analysis.
2. Instant messaging apps: exploiting direct communication to spread disinformation.
3. Social media and elections: exploiting the online environment to influence election processes.

14th February 2019
Type:
Conferences

During this event we will present a series of studies, with a focus on new and existing social media vulnerabilities, repeatedly exploited by hostile actors. Please note that this event will take place in Washington, DC.

27th September 2018
Type:
Workshops

Link to the livestream.

Club de Madrid discussion, “Global Governance for Information Integrity” Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia and NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence.

Information Integrity and the Future of Democracy – Overview of Trends and Challenges

  • Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga, President, World Leadership Alliance – Club de Madrid
  • Solveiga Silkalna, acting State Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia

Introduction to the challenges of information integrity:

  • Information integrity, truth and democracy: setting the stage – Stijn Hoorens, Associate Director, RAND Europe

Speakers:

  • Challenges to information integrity: new
  • ...