In light of the new reform of copyright rules in the EU, the workshop aimed to provide a structured overview of EU copyright law and its application. In day 1, the participants learnt the basics of this evolving legal field. In the remaining days, the sessions were split equally between the study of EU rules, in the morning, and of case studies, in the afternoon.
After the course, participants were be able to answer questions like how to reach the audience, how to convince the audience to trust them and how to meet their expectations and not fail their trust.
The goal of the workshop was to discuss the topic of disinformation in the context of the state of the media with participation of Hungarian and international experts on the topic. The workshop was highly interactive and had a strong practical component: developing participants` skills to recognize and fight disinformation. As part of the project, participants were asked to produce a post/podcast/visualization/film etc. on the topic of “disinformation”. Mentorship was provided to support the ideas.