L’équipe de Lie Detectors s’est adonnée à l’exercice du lightning talk durant le ALL DIGITAL Summit 2018 afin d’expliquer comment en finir avec les vases clos, jeter des passerelles et booster la confiance dans le journalisme éthique. Le sommet a exploré le rôle significatif des compétences digitales dans l’amélioration de l’éducation aux médias, en adressant les problèmes sociaux d’une manière sophistiquée et inclusive.
Juliane von Reppert-Bismarck a participé en tant qu’intervenante à la Feature Conference of Global MIL Week 2018 de l’UNESCO, à Kaunas en Lithuanie, soulignant que le pouvoir de décider ce qui est faux ou vrai ne devrait pas être laissé aux gouvernments, et que lorsque le fact-checking et l’auto-régulation ne sont plus suffisants, il faut se rendre compte de l’importance de l’éducation aux médias.
Lie Detectors a participé au panel « Spread of (dis)information – views from the academia and from the ground » durant l’évènement Fact-checking in the EP organisé par le Parlement européen ce mois-ci, afin de mettre en lumière le rôle crucial de l’éducation aux médias dans la discussion sur le fact-checking, tout en soulignant le rôle des journalistes afin de rendre l’éducation aux médias vivante et personnelle.
ARD-Aktuell, Lie Detectors present joint project in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
ARD-Aktuell and Lie Detectors presented their collaboration to teachers from the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. Plenty of questions raised on news literacy for youngsters and an exciting new phase for us.
Lie Detectors participated in a panel debate aimed at presenting the key initiatives and arguments in relation to fake news and online disinformation and to reflect on the way forward that was part of the College of Europe’s Executive Education summer courses.
Juliane von Reppert-Bismarck was present during the « Kölner Forum für Journalismuskritik », a forum taking a self-critical look at journalists’ own actions, to explain how Lie Detectors can help when parents and teachers do not always have the opportunity or the necessary knowledge to talk to the children about the media.
Co-founder and founding member Juliane von Reppert-Bismarck and Wilfried Rütten were present during one of the workshop of the citizen initiative Reporter-Forum in Hamburg to discuss how journalists can improve the media literacy of pupils.
The European Commission has designated the fight against online disinformation a priority. In order to start the process, it will host its “Multistakeholder Conference on fake news” on 13-14 November. LIE DETECTORS’ founder and director Juliane von Reppert-Bismarck will participate in a panel discussion offering solutions to the crisis of information on 13 November.
Media-literacy deliberations hosted by the European Commission included discussion on safeguarding independence of media literacy initiatives.
Lie Detectors was invited by moderator Friederike Kärcher to present its work during the session « Four heroes against fake news: Standing up for the truth and against disinformation – creatively and sometimes unconventionally – across different cultures, societies and audiences. »
Lie Detectors responded to the invitation of the European Parliament to participate in this debate aimed to reflect on the new role of education in developing resilience and critical thinking among children as the best way to enable healthy, well- informed and reliable societies.
LIE DETECTORS’ founder and director Juliane von Reppert-Bismarck discussed the options and pitfalls of improving news literacy in Europe during a one-hour session on Saturday, 14 April.
International Conference: Sociétés civiles, médias et pouvoirs publics : les démocraties face aux manipulations de l’information
At a closed-door session and conference hosted by France’s Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, Lie Detectors CEO Juliane von Reppert-Bismarck presented take-aways from advisory report by the European Commission’s High Level Expert Group on Fake News, of which Lie Detectors is a member. Fellow panelists included Harlem Désir (OSCE representative for press freedom), Damian Collins (British MP, Chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee), and Bruno Studer (Chair of the National Assembly Committee for Cultural and Education affairs).
LIE DETECTORS was excited to present its concept at the Media Meets Literacy conference, which was opened by luminaries Evgeny Morozov and Megan Boler and included dozens of participants from around the world working in dynamic, creative ways to address the challenges of a changing media world.
This informal expert seminar focused on the challenges faced in the context of growing media pluralism in order to debate what different actors may do to ensure the credibility of information, trust in the media and accurately informed political debate in the digital age. The seminar aimed to provide input for the dialogue of EU ministers in the General Affairs Council on 17 October 2017, on the topic of the role of the EU and the member states in ensuring trust in a pluralistic media in the digital age.
Juliane von Reppert-Bismarck participated in a panel discussion on the role of media and social media in promoting political debate.