“Fake news are worse than bad news” in Romania

Erasmus+ in Romania

Tittle: “Fake news are worse than bad news”
Where: Busteni, Romania
Who: 5 participants (18 – 30 years old)
When: 7 – 16/9/21
Application deadline: as soon as possible

Visits to Bran & Brasov

“Fake News are worse than Bad News”
is an exchange of young people with 7 countries of the program: Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Poland, Spain, Czechia and Romania, which will run between 7-16 September 2021 and brings together 42 participants (35 young people and 7 group leaders).

The project takes place in a context in which the media of all kinds is assaulted by fake news in order to produce panic, confusion, conflicts, attacks on the person, discrimination etc.

The aim of the project is to increase the degree of responsibility of young people in managing fake news.

Main objectives are:

  • strengthen for 10 days the power of discernment of 42 participants from 7 countries in recognizing fake news and combating their propagation.
  • increasing for 42 participants from 7 countries the responsibility of behavior in society and social networks for eliminating hate speech and electronic violence generated by fake news.
  • Stimulating the creativity of 42 participants from 7 countries through media creation and forum theater in generating tools and solutions to prevent attacks and the effects of fake news.

Language: English

Covered 100% bed and board and travel expenses up to 275 euros according to Erasmus+ rules. 100%

You will receive Youthpass.

Contribution to Praxis: 20euros.

Fill the application:


Good luck!

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