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A vibrant home for disinformation activists and experts

As an independent non-profit organisation, EU DisinfoLab gathers knowledge and expertise on disinformation in Europe. Through putting together research, investigative work and policy acumen, EU DisinfoLab is an active member of, and supports, a passionate and vast community that helps to detect, tackle, and prevent information disorders endangering citizens’ integrity, peaceful coexistence and democratic values.

What we do

Research

We continuously monitor disinformation activities across the major platforms (digital and traditional), identify trends and threats, alert activists and researchers to these, and make our resource pool widely available to collaborators.

Knowledge sharing

We develop and maintain an independent European platform on disinformation, providing experts with tools and resources to encourage collaboration. We collect and organise critical information, findings, tools and other resources useful for activists and experts.

Advocacy

We regularly make policy recommendations at the EU level and to Member States based on our own analyses, and help other activists ensure that their advocacy efforts are grounded in sound analyses.

Outreach

We organise regular events, including an annual conference, webinars, and workshops, which collectively assemble researchers and experts to share experiences and tools, plan collaborations, and keep abreast of critical developments in the field.

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Our webinars

Our Webinars

Our webinars on a wide range of timely topics give voice to experts from our valued community. Sign up for the upcoming ones, and watch the recordings of the past ones!

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HIghlights

Positions

With only five weeks left before the EU elections, the EU Commission’s investigation on Meta will have to demonstrate if the DSA can deliver results to protect the elections from foreign interference and #disinformation spread through online platforms.

Webinars

In this webinar, Sophie Murphy Byrne addresses the risks that artificial intelligence technologies pose in terms of electoral disinformation, looking at recent electoral events (e.g.

Newsletters

In this edition, we keep our eyes on the ballots for disinformation and foreign interference, and explore how climate change disinformation, generative AI, and social media platforms could influence election outcomes.

Technical Documents

This document compiles a comparative analysis of the findings based on our factsheets mapping the state of disinformation across Europe, showing that the EU faces the same challenges regarding disinformation campaigns.

Resources

Warm welcome to the Climate Clarity Hub, a platform that consolidates knowledge and expertise on climate mis/disinformation.

Blog Posts

How can we tackle the problem of doppelganger disinformation campaigns? This blog post explores the suitability of the classic duck method to taking action against doppelganger deception.

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