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Advancing media literacy and democratic resilience

In the project framework, media literacy trainings for teachers, young activists and students were organised: in Yerevan on 26 September; in Armavir on 30 September; in Gyumri on 14 and 15 October, with two groups of participants; on 25 November in Ijevan; on 26 November in Talin; on 16 December in Masis; on 17 December in Vanadzor; and on 26 December in Yerevan. Certificates were awarded to 175 participants.

Between 23 and 27 October, CPS organised the study visit of a group of Armenian experts to Germany. In addition to meetings with researchers and representatives of German NGOs working on the issue of disinformation, the group also discussed the current state of Armenia's relations with Germany and EU and the possibilities for development of relations with officials and think tank representatives. The group was also accepted by the ambassador of Armenia to Germany, H.E. Victor Yengibaryan, and discussed the project and other possibilities for cooperation.

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Conference ‘Disinformation and false narratives as component of hybrid threats’ was organised in Yerevan on 5 December 2023, with live streaming by 1in.am (in Armenian).
The presentations at the first panel of the conference, ‘The dilemma "security vs democracy": disinformation and false narratives about Armenia’s political situation and foreign policy’ were also covered in detail by the Aravot daily on 12 December and 13 December.

Expert discussion ‘Democracy and security’ was hosted by the Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly-Vanadzor on 15 December.

Collection of articles on disinformation and propaganda narratives related to Armenia’s cooperation with the EU, identity issues, and the role of social media has been published (in Armenian).

Disinformation Resilience Index in Central and Eastern Europe 2021, including chapters concerning Visegrad Four and Eastern Partnership states (the chapters review some of the relevant studies in the field of countering disinformation since 2018, political and economic relationships with Russia and China, the media landscape, the changes in the legal and institutional framework, and the responses to disinformation by media and civil society.
Understanding the Contemporary Information Landscape, Austrian National Defence Academy, 2022.
A Practical Guide to Prebunking Misinformation, University of Cambridge, BBC Media Action and Jigsaw, 2022.
Armenia’s Fight Against Disinformation: Towards a Whole-of-Society Approach?, paper published by Freedom House, 2023.
Monitoring of Media Coverage of Elections: Practical Guide.
What do we study when we study misinformation? A scoping review of experimental research (2016-2022), Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Counter Disinformation Toolkit, UK Government Communication Service.
Counter Foreign Interference Manual for the Czech Academic Sector, Security Policy Department, Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic.

Conference videos
5/12/2023 The conference ‘Disinformation and false narratives as component of hybrid threats’ (in Armenian).
11/12/2023 Online expert discussion ‘The role of social media in dissemination of disinformation’.
18/12/2023 Online expert discussion ‘Disinformation and false narratives about Armenia’s cooperation with the EU’.
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