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The countries of the Lublin Triangle for the first time presented the joint report "Resilience to Disinformation" at the UNESCO Headquarters
10 May 2023 12:18

On May 9th, the countries of the Lublin Triangle presented the joint report "Resilience to Disinformation" at the UNESCO Headquarters.

The authors of the report are three civil society organizations - "Detector Media" from Ukraine, "Civic Resilience Initiative" from Lithuania, and Tadeusz Kosciuszko Institute from Poland. The document was presented by Ms. Halyna Petrenko, Director of the NGO "Detector Media" from Ukraine, Ms. Urtė Andriukaitytė, representative of the "Civic Resilience Initiative" from Lithuania, representatives of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania and Poland. The Heads of the Permanent Delegations of Ukraine, Lithuania and Poland to UNESCO delivered opening speeches.

The event was initiated by the Permanent Delegations of Ukraine, Lithuania and Poland to UNESCO with the support of the Group of Friends of Ukraine in UNESCO – Permanent Delegations of the United Kingdom, Canada, Latvia, Estonia and others.

The main theme during the speeches of the participants was the importance and necessity of further consolidation of the efforts to fight against Russian propaganda and disinformation worldwide, including by means of resilience building against Russia’s manipulation and interference in the information space of other states and international organizations. The participants paid Considerable attention to means of overcoming the destructive influence of Russian narratives.

Permanent Delegate of Ukraine to UNESCO, Ambassador Mr. Vadym Omelchenko emphasized that disinformation is one of the weapons that Russia uses not only against Ukraine, its identity and cultural heritage, but also against all values of UNESCO. He stressed that joint efforts of civilized countries would help counter these common threats.

During the presentation, the authors of the report provided practical recommendations to government institutions, civil society, international organizations and mass media aimed at enhancing public resilience against Russian disinformation.

The event was the first one within the framework of cooperation of the Lublin Triangle format, organized at the UNESCO Headquarters. The report will be shared by the Permanent Delegation of Ukraine to UNESCO with UNESCO member countries.


Text of the joint report "Resilience to Disinformation": the-lublin-triangle-joint-report-on-countering-disinformation.pdf

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