From a long-term perspective, cultural diplomacy strategy can help countries tackle fake news and disinformation in different propagandistic sources.
What is meant by cultural diplomacy?
How can diplomacy counter disinformation?
How should countries help the voice of the truth to sound louder with the help of cultural heritage and diplomacy?
Can culture be the speaking trumpet of the dispropaganda? How to avoid it?
To discuss these questions and to share the best practices Berlin-based NGO CRISP with the financial support of the German Federal Foreign Office and in a partnership with the Civil Society Cooperation Program, announced the CuDi International Conference (Cultural Diplomacy to Counter Disinformation International Conference).
CuDi Conference will take place on September 3-5, 2022 in Berlin.
The program includes lectures, workshops, and panel discussions with speakers from Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine).
Therefore, we are looking for 60 participants from civil society of all Eastern Partnership countries with an interest or relevant experience in the topics of cultural diplomacy, countering disinformation, and civil society education.
Want to join us? Please apply for the participation via link bit.ly/3a8CE9L
Application deadline: August 1, 2022 23:59 CEST.
We will inform participants about the results by August 10, 2022.
We are looking forward to welcoming you at the conference!