The European Commission in collaboration with the UfM is organizing a workshop aiming to bring together multiple stakeholders concerned with research and innovation (R&I) in the Euro-Mediterranean region on 8 July 2021 at 10:00 am (CET).
A training by "The Earth is Flat- How to Read Media?" project, which is engaged in increasing the level of media literacy, developing critical thinking and a conscious attitude towards media consumption, will take place on May 21-23, 2021 in Yekaterinburg. The project team prepared a
On Saturday, May 22 at 19:00, the Yeltsin Center will host a lecture by journalist Ivan Golunov "How to find the truth in digital media noise?" within the project “The Earth is Flat- How to Read Media?” A powerful information flow, accelerating and growing, does not give time to think,
The prevalence and consequences of domestic violence are widely discussed, but the question of how to combat this problem has not yet been resolved. The European Convention on Human Rights is an effective mechanism for protecting the rights of victims at supranational level. Over the years, the
We live in the world of photographs, we exchange them every day, publish them on social networks. Sometimes we send a photo without even thinking whether it is a real one or a fake. Any photo stores information not only about the camera on which it was taken, but also about the place. How to
Experts from Russian non-profit organizations, with the support of Russian scientists and experts from Germany, have developed five modern guidance manuals. These materials aim to tell young people about the problem of climate change in an understandable and interesting way. To familiarize with the
The definitions of “property” and “possessions” formulated by the European Court of Human Rights may differ from those adopted in national legislation. At the webinar "Protection of property rights and interference with property rights in the practice of the ECHR" lawyer Svetlana