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Virtual Dialogue: Media Literacy and Tackling Fake News

What are the intersections between politics and fake news? Have you ever considered your own role in advancing fake news or championing media literacy? How can you, as a media consumer, identify the differences between misinformation, disinformation and fake news? Do you know, by the way, what the difference is?

Come to hear from the experts at Newseum and learn new strategies and resources for tackling fake news and developing your own media literacy skills. Join us for a vibrant global dialogue and exchange unique perspectives with active citizens in 12 countries across Europe.

The Newseum is a unique Washington, D.C.-based museum dedicated to freedom of the press and freedom of expression that has developed comprehensive materials to support educators and students in navigating the current news landscape. This event is a pilot initiative of the U.S. Department of State designed to bring U.S. and international communities in conversation across shared interests.

The event will be in English only with in-person discussion and online dialogue with experts from Washington, D.C. and audiences around Europe.

Be sure to register to secure your place to become part of this global exchange.

Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.