To mark the Global Media and Information Literacy Week, the European External Action Services (EEAS) and EUvsDisinfo are launching an information campaign to raise awareness of foreign information manipulation and interference, including disinformation.
Also today, EUvsDisinfo is launching its new ‘Learn’ page, available on euvsdisinfo.eu/learn/.
This page is created to teach the readers how to judge the relevance and reliability of sources and their content as well as how to report and react to disinformation.
The page explains the mechanisms, tactics, common narratives and actors behind disinformation and information manipulation. It offers insights into the pro-Kremlin media ecosystem, and also explains the philosophy behind foreign information manipulation and interference.
Readers can find simple tips on how not to fall victim to propaganda and misinformation in the “Respond” section. You can test your skills by taking a EUvsDisinfo quiz.
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