About freedom of media, fake news and disinformation campaigns

The Association of European Journalists (AEJ), in co-operation and with the support of the International Republican Institute (IRI) and the European Parliament, organized the panel discussion Freedom of Media, Fake News and Disinformation on 25 May 2018 in Bratislava.

The event was an accompanying part of the regular meeting of the AEJ Board. Speakers included Grigorij Meseznikov (IVO president),  Ivan Štefanec (Member of the European Parliament), Otmar Lahodinsky (AEJ President, Austria), Miriam Lexmann (IRI representative), Dionýz Hochel (representative of European Parliament Office in Bratislava),  Soňa Mellak (representative of European Parliament Office in Bratislava) and William Horsley (AEJ Vice-President, United Kingdom).

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