One of the main foundations of disinformation is people’s ignorance, their inability to recognise partial or selective truths and lies. Behind them, however, there are often strategies aimed at manipulating public opinion, destroying the stability of states and their institutions, thus posing a global threat to freedom and democracy. The Disinformation Research Programme aims to expose untruths and focus on preventing disinformation. The development of critical thinking, the ability to evaluate events impartially, and emotional literacy skills is the most direct way to avoid succumbing to the hostile forces that seek to divert our attention from what is important to what is not. So please read the latest publications by our analysts.
Disinformation Research Programme
About the Disinformation Research Programme
The Disinformation Research Programme analyses Russian propaganda and disinformation campaigns, monitoring trends and potential threats.
Disinformation Research Programme Expert
Russian propaganda researcher. Moderator of the EESC “Akiračiai” club. Producer, columnist and presenter of the project “Understanding Russia” (main platform – IQ magazine). Host of TV3’s political current affairs programme. Graduated from Vilnius University with a Master’s degree in Comparative Politics. Research interests: political philosophy, history of ideas, political communication. Lecturer in political science and political communication at Mykolas Romeris and Vilnius Universities. He is the author of several scientific texts on political philosophy and political communication. His journalism focuses on analysis of political life, information space, and socio-cultural phenomena.