28 June 2022, Prague / Online (Hybrid)
This event is hosted by Google, YouTube, the European University Institute, and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. It aims to continue the debate, and solutions focus, around tackling mis- and disinformation. Dr Jon Roozenbeek will will present as part of a panel to address the question: “Is prebunking the vital tool we all need to tackle misinformation?”
Singapore, 28 June – 1 July 2022
The program will bring together leading researchers, policy makers and world leaders – you can follow its development @GHS_Conf #GHS2022
Dr Elena Savoia, Asst Prof Fabiana Zollo, Dr Marco Delmastro & Dr Rachael Piltch-Loeb will be leading workshops and panel discussions.
27 June 2022, Brussels
Founding IRIS Academic researchers at the Cambridge University Social Decision-Making Lab, together with UNESCO, the European Jewish Congress and other partners are leading this international symposium. The morning session will be available via livestream on UNESCO social media channels.
Italy, Rome, 15-17 June 2022
On 16 June (Day 2), Prof Heidi Larson, Director of The Vaccine Confidence Project at LSHTM, will deliver a keynote on “Building Societal Cooperation and Cohesion: The next Big Global Health Challenge”.
As part of this, she will discuss some of the work being done by the IRIS Academic Research Group. #WHSRome2022
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