EU Disinfolab 2022 conference: BOOK YOUR TICKET!

The EU DisinfoLab 2022 Annual Conference will take place on October 25 and 26 at the Radisson Collection Grand Place Brussels. 

Click on the “Register now!” button above, and make sure to book your ticket to #Disinfo2022. 

All practical information will be shared once your registration is confirmed.  


During the two days, the conference will bring together renowned experts from diverse backgrounds, digging into pressing issues in the disinformation space, from developments in the field of open-source investigations, and in the policy domain (the Digital Services Act), through the framework of accountability.

By attending this physical event, you will be joining leading experts and stakeholders from across the disinformation world for a mix of panel sessions, interviews, and masterclasses, including: 

Raed Arafat, Secretary of State – Head of Department of Emergency Situations, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Romania;

Kalina Bontcheva, Senior Researcher, University of Sheffield;

Susan Daly, Managing Editor, The Journal;

Neil Datta, Executive Director, European Parliamentary Forum for Sexual & Reproductive Rights; 

 Christophe Deloire, General Secretary and Executive Director, Reporters Without Borders, and President, Information Democracy Forum;

Lucina Di Meco, Co-Founder, #ShePersisted!

Camille François, Advisory Chair, Graphika;

Sam Gregory, Program Director, Witness;

Lutz Güllner, Head of Strategic Communications, European External Action Service (EEAS);

Vera Jourova, Vice-President of the European Commission for Values and Transparency;

Prof. Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Director, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism;

Lubos Kuklis, Chair, European Platform of Regulatory Authorities (EPRA);

Clare Melford, Co-Founder & CEO, The Global Disinformation Index (GDI);

Shayan Sardarizadeh, Journalist, BBC Monitoring and BBC World Services;

Elise Thomas, OSINT Analyst, Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD);

Emma Winberg, Co-Founder, Mayday Rescue;  

Clement Wolf, Global Public Policy Senior Manager – Information Integrity, Google.

This draft programme will be regularly updated. Don’t hesitate to browse through it to get a first glimpse at what you can expect from our 2022 edition, and to check our website and Twitter account for more updates on the programme and our social event!



The below quotes, from some of our 2021 conference attendees, highlight what you can expect to gain from joining us on October 25-26:

“This was the most pleasant and useful networking event I attended in 2 years! It created lots of very promising connections for our organizations, and we are extremely grateful for the EU DisinfoLab team for putting this together and inviting us! Thank you!”

“I liked that it took a broad view of disinformation with different perspectives.”

“Thank you for the fantastic organization and bringing this group of experts on this topic together again!”

Looking forward to meeting you in the fall!