Our initiative against mis- and disinformation reached an important milestone at the end of August 2020 with the formal expiration of the Erasmus+ grant funding. These have been challenging two years with many and positive developments along the way. Team NTCenter, the project lead, extend their sincerest thanks and apreciateion to all project partners: Ljudska…

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During a short practical webinar held on July 10th by memebers of the European Observatory Against Disinformation (SOMA), the NTCenter’s team  who attended the digital event had the opportunity to present to SOMA members the unique De Facto approach. As SOMA is focused on digital tools faciltating fact-checking and tracking of disinformation, we agreed that…

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We are pleased to announce that De Facto has become the latest member of the EU Observatory for disinformation (Social Observatory for Disinformation and Social Media Analysis – SOMA). This comes as a recognition of our work on mis- and disinformation, and will provide a valuable contribution to SOMA’s efforts in fact-checking and tracing disinformation.…

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De Facto goes public in front of educators from 7 countries in just 7 days from now! On January 27, teachers and trainers from seven EU countries meet in Ghent, Belgium, to witness the first ever De Facto training session and workshops. This will be the culmination of years of hard work on development and…

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We are pleased to announce that we have now activated a Facebook group targeted at the wider community of education professionals and stakeholders. In the very short-term, this group will serve as a pre-training launch pad for the 4 “big” training events. These are scheduled for January through April in Belgium, Czechia, Bulgaria and Poland.…

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