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22 Sep: SOMA’s Project Coordinator is moderating a panel during the CYBERSEC Global 2020!

We are very happy to announce that on September 29th , SOMA’s Project Coordinator Nikos Sarris will be moderating the session “Together against disinformation –…

22 Sep: SOMA @ “Human & societal aspects of the pandemic & beyond: domestic violence, child sexual abuse, infodemic” Conference

We are very proud to announce that we are invited to participate in the “infodemic” session during the virtual conference “Human and societal aspects of…

03 Aug: You can now watch the webinar “Media and Information Literacy and Public Policies (Part II)”

SOMA’s member EKOME, the National Centre of Audiovisual Media and Communication, organised a webinar with UNESCO GAPMIL and MIL Clicks.

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