CONNECT University Disinformation actors are diverse

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In 2019, the EU called for the protection of European societies from hybrid threats and disinformation originating from state and non-state actors. Such threats are not only relevant for the EU, but also for international partners such as NATO. A comprehensive approach is required because they have different sources, forms, targets and purposes. The narratives and underlying motives of seemingly different ideological groups can have the same goal: polarisation of societies by disinformation. While a response to disinformation and the increase of resilience should work in a long-term and sustainable manner independent of the context, it is essential to understand the techniques and tactics employed by the different actors to find effective answers that are as comprehensive as possible. Speakers: Andy Pryce, Russia expert, British Foreign and Commonwealth Office Kristine Berzina, German Marshall Fund – Alliance for Securing Democracy Follow us:

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