Gyűlölködő tartalmak és az online nyilvánosság

Nemzetközi kerekasztal-beszélgetés a budapesti Goethe Intézet és a MÚOSZ támogatásával

🗓 Ideje: 2019. június 11, kedd, 17:00 – 19:00
🏠 Helyszín: Sajtóház, Vörösmarty u. 47/a, Budapest
⏰ Regisztráció június 5-ig az online űrlapon.
A rendezvény nyelve angol, tolmácsolás nélkül.

A konferencia résztvevői megvitatják, hogy miként lehet ellensúlyozni a gyűlöletkeltő és félrevezető tartalmakat az online felületeken.

Részletes információ angolul:

Digital detoxification:

How to deal with hateful content in the online public sphere?

International roundtable discussion supported by the Goethe Institut, Budapest and the National Association of Hungarian Journalists

🗓 Time: 11 June 2019, Tuesday, 17:00 – 19:00
🏠 Venue: Press House/Sajtóház, 47/a Vörösmarty u., Budapest
⏰ Registration required by 5 June, 2019. See online form
The language of the discussion is English. No translation will be provided.

In recent years the toxic mixture of hate speech, fake news and “alternative facts” has increasingly been affecting the discourse in the online public sphere, and this phenomenon is posing a serious threat to democratic societies. So far debate and research on hateful content have mostly focused on potentially illegal statements. Deceitful narratives, however, reach far beyond the legal realm and the fight against misleading messages, often delivered in a sophisticated way requires complex approaches and creative solutions.

The goal of the roundtable is to explore how to deal with hateful content and share examples by different actors, such as representatives from academia, civil society and the media. The event is held as part of the multi-country project called Get the Trolls Out! https://www.getthetrollsout.org

16:45 – 17: 00 Registration

17:00 – 17: 10 Introduction by Sándor Orbán, Director of the Center for Independent Journalism (CIJ), Budapest

17:10 – 17:25 Keynote address by Milica Pesic, Director of Media Diversity Institute (MDI), London

17:25 – 17.35 Hate Speech and Censorship – presentation by Miklós Hargitai, President of the National Association Hungarian Journalists

17:35 – 17:45 Relearning How to Read the News – presentation on the #Klartexte project by Anna Gács, ELTE University and Judit Klein, head of information and library, Goethe Institut, Budapest

17:45 – 19:00 Discussion moderated by Bea Bodrogi, media expert, Get the Trolls Out! project

Panelists:

  • Miro Dittrich, researcher and journalist, Amadeu Antonio Stiftung, Berlin
  • Anna Gács, journalism professor, ELTE University, Budapest
  • Nika Jelendorf, social media expert, Media Diversity Institute, London
  • Anna Szilágyi, expert on media, communication, and politics, Words Break Bones project