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Research for a Transparent and Resilient Information Ecosystem

30 30+00:00 June, 2022 @ 8:00 - 17:00

Research for a Transparent and Resilient Information Ecosystem

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OPENING
DATE

27-01-2023

DEADLINE
DATE

28-04-2023

SUBMISSION
LANGUAGE

English

MAXIMUM
VALUE

400.000,00 €

PERCENTAGE
OF FINANCING

100%

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Who?

The following types of organisations may apply and be funded as Lead Applicants or members of the consortium:

  • Non -profit organisations, including public service media;
  • Universities;
  • Educational Institutions;
  • Research centres;
  • Non-governmental organisations;
  • For-profit organisations of any status and size operating as fact-checkers, news media organisations or technology providers, on condition that the consortium integrates one or more entities mentioned above.

What?

This Call aims at supporting wide and deep scientific studies on the disinformation phenomenon, encompassing its causes, societal impacts and possible responses, such as to generate more and better knowledge through innovative collaborations between different disciplines and entities.

In particular, grants will fund the production of studies on fundamental epistemological issues linked to the digital transformation of the media landscape, including research on the effects of digital media and technologies, such as AI, on human cognitive processes, civic behavior, social interactions and democratic participation.

In terms of research topics, applicants are invited to present proposals addressing one or more of the research areas listed in EDMO’s Scientific Focus, taking into account the specificities of the information environment in the targeted geography and with a view to:

  • Fill existing gaps in relevant literature by combining perspectives from different disciplines, with a view to addressing the specific political, economic, legal, sociological and psychological aspects of disinformation;
  • Deploy new methodologies and answer fundamental human and societal questions surrounding disinformation;
  • Laying out standards/frameworks/approaches for better understanding social harms resulting from different forms of media manipulation; or
  • Exploring possible remedies to these harms, and potential institutional,
    regulatory and/or technological solutions to counter disinformation;

For more information please check the Call Documentation.

Eligibility

The following types of activities are eligible:

  • Research activities, including data collection and analytics;
  • Production of original content in the form of studies, analyses, mapping projects;
  • creation and use of testing environments (sandboxes) to experiment with methodological solutions to improve the detection of disinformation, or to provide original approaches to explore and expose disinformation campaigns and related harms, or to enhance the reach of quality information;
  • Actions aiming at the creation and improvement of networks, exchanges of good practices, and uptake of innovative methodologies and relevant technologies.
  • Usage of innovative tools, capable of improving the analysis of systemic risks within specific information environments and digital media ecosystems, as well as the effectiveness of remedial actions;
  • Awareness and dissemination actions, including conferences, seminars, events, in the context of the above listed activities.

Funding

The allocation for the Call is: 1 600 000 €

Maximum Value: 400.000,00 € – 18 Months

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Date:
30 30+00:00 June, 2022
Time:
8:00 - 17:00
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