On March 24, 2017 Grigorij Mesežnikov took part in the public discussion “Manipulation – Disinformation – Mystification. How to Fight against Russia’s Propaganda in Europe?” He discussed the issue with Anton Shekhovtsov (Institute for Human Sciences – IWWM, Vienna) and Anastasia Sergeyeva (freerussia.eu). Debate was chaired by Agnieszka Lichnerowicz (Radio TOK FM). The event was organized by the Institute for Public Issues (ISP), Warsaw, in cooperation with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.Hear the audio recording of the discussion on youtube.com.For more information about the event see Instytut Spraw Publicznych (ISP) website. Daily Wiadomosci has published the article reporting about the discussion.
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