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THEME | 2021

Travelling Democracy Lab

The Fake ≠ Fact Info Lab exhibition, which is travelling across the Baltic states this fall, is based on the Museum of Work’s The Travelling Democracy Lab, which in turn originates from material by the Swedish Media Council.

In a cooperation between the Baltic Centre for Media Excellence, Danish Cultural Institute in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, the Nordic Journalist Center and the Human Rights Academy, is hosting the “Fake ≠ Fact Info Lab” – A workshop on Media Literacy, democracy and Fake news.

The free educational workshop will be led by media experts from Norway and Denmark who will talk about media literacy, combating disinformation, democracy and how to distinguish facts from fakes.

Please find more information at the Facebook event:


The workshop will take place online on Tuesday, December 7 at 10.00-12.00 (Minsk).

Find the registration form here


We hope you find the project interesting and will participate or support it by sharing it with relevant professionals, or others with an interest in this topic, as this is a great opportunity to engage and learn about media literacy, democracy, and Fake News.


This project is being supported by The Nordic Council of Ministers.

The Fake ≠ Fact Info Lab is part of the toolkit Fake ≠ Fact – Introducing source
criticism in the classroom, which is available on