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Oktober 2021

Future Affairs Compact 2021

Amélie Heldt is a guest at an event organised by the Federal Foreign Office: "Future Affairs Compact 2021 - Changes and Risks of Social Media for Democracy". As an expert on opinion power and digital media, she is part of the panel "Setting the Scene: Disinformation and Democracy".
 
About the Event
“For Europe as well as Latin America and the Caribbean online communication and its misuse is a “trending topic”. News are disseminated rapidly through social media and influence public opinion making. What are current debates and trends in Latin America and Europe around digital content moderation social media and disinformation? Experts from civil society and academia provide an analytical background and present the latest findings.”
 
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Dr. Amélie Pia Hennemann-Heldt, Maître en droit
Associated Researcher Power of Opinion & Digital Media

Dr. Amélie Pia Hennemann-Heldt, Maître en droit

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