The prevailing opinion among the Macedonian population is that political parties and the media are the main disinformation propagators. The majority of people believe they can recognize disinformation, but admit that, on occasion, they have shared false information themselves. Their main source of information is television, Facebook and websites, but they have very little trust in the media.
The Conference will present the initial findings of the ICS research on the transparency of the Macedonian government as a basis for preventing disinformation, but also whether there are institutional and human capacities for identifying and dealing with disinformation.
ICS and Rome Business School invite you to the free online event "Become Indispensable in Any Organization" with Miroslav Draganov and Valerio Mancini, which will be held on November 30 (Wednesday) from 16:00 to 17:00 (CEST).
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ICS invites all interested authors to submit their abstracts under the second open call for abstracts within KAIROS: Media and Communications Review.
We live in an era when artificial intelligence is used to create convincing photos, audio and video hoaxes, and the media is often a tool to manipulate the audience.