The Handbook for teachers on how to support their students to recognise fake news, disinformation, discrimination or indoctrination found in the online environment is now available. The Handbook is an empowering tool for teachers that provides inquiry-based practical activities to carry out with students from 
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Florence, 14-15 November 2019 Digital Resistance took part at the launching event of the Council Of Europe Campaign: “Free To Speak, Safe To Learn” in Florence. More information can be found here and here.
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Strasbourg, 6-8 November 2019 The World Forum for Democracy launched in 2012 and hosted by the Council of Europe brings together members of civil society, political leaders, academic, media and professional groups to debate about the different challenges which democracies are facing today and foster 
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10 October 2019 The final conference to the Joint Programme “Democratic and Inclusive School in Operation” (DISCO) held in Brussels on 10 October 2019.  Main results and key impact of the 9 projects implemented under the Joint Programme highlighted during the conference. Concerning the Digital 
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In Austria students – together with their teacher, media educators and the project team – produced a podcast on the topic of “fake news”. We are very proud to announce that amongst other projects the podcast won a Media Literacy Award in the category media 
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Students and teachers are slowly getting back to school in all participating countries. Therefore, we are working on the preparation of peer activities. More information on the activities and its implementation can be found on the project’s Instagram account. (Foto: from Pixabay https://pixabay.com/de/illustrations/soziale-medien-social-media-3408791/)
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While schools are closed and teachers and students enjoy their vacation, we are busy finalising the Digital Resistance Handbook. In the Handbook we brought together our experiences from the project and present a guideline for teachers to work on the topic of “fake news” in 
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Welcome to our brand new website where we will present the outcomes of the project Digital Resistance, funded by the Council of Europe and the European Commission Joint Programme DISCO, throughout the next months!
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In the end of June we (the Digital Resistance project partners) met in Athens to discuss the conclusions from the implementation of the project in schools of the five countries as well as how these conclusions could be incorporated into the Digital Resistance Handbook and 
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During the last days of June, the Greek students participating in the project created a graffiti at the schoolyard. Aiming to diffuse the idea of critical thinking as an essential aspect of the project and an effective way to deal with “fake news”, students and 
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Digital Resistance
Digital Resistance is a project funded by the Council of Europe and European Commission Joint Programme Democratic and Inclusive Culture in Operation (DISCO). Launched in April 2018, the project builds on the Council of Europe’s framework Competences for Democratic Culture as well as the European Union’s Digital Competence Framework for Citizens aiming to promote digital citizenship.

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