25 June: Investigate Europe’s Webinar on the Disinformation Machine

The disinformation machine: What were the findings, how does disinformation work, what were the reactions. And: what can be done?

PAULO PENAJournalist
Paulo Pena studied journalism in Lisbon and in Washington DC. For years he was a reporter, and editor, of the weekly newsmagazine Visão, since 2014 he has been senior reporter at the daily newspaper Público. Paulo has won several awards (for his reports on the Genoa G8 Summit, on Iceland and about labour market reforms), most recently the 2013 Gazeta journalism award for his reporting on the Portuguese banking scandal, also published as a book under the title “Jogos de Poder” (“Power Games”) (2014). Paulo lives in Lisbon.
Nico Schmidt studied cultural science in Hildesheim and Berlin. He attended the Henri-Nannen-Schule in Hamburg. As a freelance journalist his articles were published by among others Der Spiegel magazine, the weekly Die Zeit and Vice. He worked on a stipend by Robert-Bosch-Stiftung in Eastern Europe and was awarded the Grimme-Online-Award for the project “Werpeloh – ein deutsches Dorf”. Nico lives in Berlin.

When? June 25, 19.00 – 20:00 (CET)

Who? Paulo Pena and Nico Schmit

Paulo and Nico have spent months researching the European disinformation machine. This webinar will be an opportunity for you and them to talk about what the team found out, how disinformation works and what can be done about it.

Feel free to join us via video conference for an hour of information and discussion – and ask us whatever is of interest for you.

The registration is closed, but we still have space available, so you can just join us by clicking on: