Participate in a video contest on how to counter disinformation
Sincerest congratulations to the winners of the NATO video contest to counter disinformation:
1st Place: Eglė Kiniulytė and Jesús Valencia Potenciano, University of Alicante (UA), Spain
2nd Place: Nino Vanishvili and Elene Tvauri, Caucasus University, Georgia
3rd Place: Talha Barış Yapıcı, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey
The jury committee also recognized originality and the quality of videos submitted by the following students:
For the original production: Sofia Betsun, Collegium Da Vinci, Poznań, Poland and Colin Truong, Brussels School of Governance, Belgium
For linguistic and cultural inclusion: Clara Burkhardt, Brussels School of Governance, Belgium and Olivia Menu, the University of Saint-Louis in Brussels, Belgium
On behalf of the NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division, who sponsored this contest, the organizers of the contest would like to thank all the contest participants for making their contribution to building resilience of NATO’s Allies to disinformation!
Check out our online course to watch all videos submitted by the contest participants, here.
On behalf of NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division, the Brussels School of Governance invites undergraduate and students in MA and professional degree programs to participate in a video contest on how to counter disinformation and win up to 500 Euros. This contest is sponsored by NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division grant programme and is open to students in NATO Allies and partner countries. Deadline for submission is 31 December 2021.
Why should you participate?
• This contest is a unique opportunity for students to share with each other knowledge about how to build resilience to disinformation.
• Your videos will also make the NATO officials aware of the current needs of our societies when it comes to identifying and countering disinformation.
• All participants will be invited to a virtual meeting with a NATO representative to learn more about NATO and its Public Diplomacy programs.
How can you participate?
Step 1: Record a video on any aspect of disinformation that you believe is relevant to your peers.
Step 2: Prepare a short bio (up to 100 words) about yourself and include the name of the school in which you are currently enrolled, your year, and your major.