Events

27th May 2020
Type:
Workshops

We invite you to an event "Communicating Risk" on 27 May 16:00 EEST (GMT+3) that will be streamed live on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

20th May 2020
Type:
Workshops

We invite you to an event "Disinformation in Asia" on 20 May 16:00 EEST (GMT+3) that will be streamed live on Facebook and YouTube.

13th May 2020
Type:
Workshops

What are Russia’s strategic interests and tools of influence in the Western Balkan region? What are the regional characteristics and challenges that facilitate Russia’s influence in the media space? What is Kremlin’s potential to reach Western Balkan audiences? Those questions will be discussed during the presentation of NATO StratCom COE’s project ‘Russia’s Footprint in the Western Balkan Information Environment’.

6th May 2020
Type:
Workshops

Speakers: Mr Tim Hwang (Director of the Harvard-MIT Ethics and Governance of AI Initiative) and Mr Keir Giles (Conflict Studies Research Centre). Moderator: Mr Jānis Sārts, Director, NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence.

28th April 2020
Type:
Workshops

Discussion "Livestream Q&A: Country responses to COVID-19" will be streamed on our Facebook and YouTube channels.

22nd April 2020
Type:
Workshops

Discussion will be moderated by NATO StratCom COE social scientist Giorgio Bertolin. Speakers: Guna Šnore (NATO Stratcom COE Senior Expert) and Rueban Manokara (NATO Stratcom COE Senior Expert).

9th March 2020
Type:
Conferences

At this event, we will look specifically at the threat aspect of social media – while algorithms can have effects on our online behaviours, they can also influence actions in real life. When online, we are not fully informed about how much data we leave behind and for what purposes it might be used. While it is worrying for every social media user, it is especially sensitive in the aspect of operational security. The conference will also discuss the trends in online influence operations and opportunities to mitigate the risks of malicious use of social media.

9th March 2020
Type:
Conferences

At this event, we look specifically at the threat aspect of social media – while algorithms can have effects on our online behaviours, they can also influence actions in real life. When online, we are not fully informed about how much data we leave behind and for what purposes it might be used. While it is worrying for every social media user, it is especially sensitive in the aspect of operational security. The conference also discusses the trends in online influence operations and opportunities to mitigate the risks of malicious use of social media....

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.