Open your eyes

Fake news for dummies

The Open Your Eyes project is collecting best practices, toolkits and resources around digital and media literacy on Fake News in Europe. This survey is designed to help the community to list their resources and share them on a common website.

By filling this form, you help to create a unique resource center on this very crucial issue.

The information you provide by responding to this questionnaire will be used by the consortium of the Erasmus + funded project "Open your eyes: fake news for dummies" only.

The information you provide will not be used in any other way without your explicit consent.


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Participation in media literacy initiative related to fake news, misinformation or disinformation


Initiative Overview

What form does your initiative take?

What is your targeted audience:

Do you have a specific focus, e.g. misinformation around elections, medical misinformation?

if Yes, please describe

Disinformation travels across different platforms: which of the following does your initiative tackle?:

Disinformation spreads through different types of media: which one(s) does your initiative tackle?


Terminology

Is the term ‘fake news’ adequate or misleading?

Definition by the European Commission Code of Practice on Disinformation:

“As provided under the Commission's Communication, for the purpose of this Code, the Commission as well as the High Level Expert Group in its report define "Disinformation" as "verifiably false or misleading information" which, cumulatively,
(a) "Is created, presented and disseminated for economic gain or to intentionally deceive the public"; and
(b) "May cause public harm", intended as "threats to democratic political and policymaking processes as well as public goods such as the protection of EU citizens' health, the environment or security".
The notion of "Disinformation" does not include misleading advertising, reporting errors, satire and parody, or clearly identified partisan news and commentary, and is without prejudice to binding legal obligations, self-regulatory advertising codes, and standards regarding misleading advertising.”

Do you think there is a difference between misinformation and disinformation and if yes, then can you distinguish them in practice?


Other initiatives

Are you collaborating with other organisations/initiatives and how?

Are you aware of any other initiatives, organisations or other activities working on education to disinformation? Please provide pointers (link to the website or social media page/contact info/...)

Have you joined or do you consider joining any of these initiatives? Why would you join or not join?



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