Diese Veranstaltung liegt in der Vergangenheit.

Today, as in the past, disinformation threatens to undermine trust in electoral processes, democratic institutions and even the notion of the truth itself. But the tactics and tools weaponised to do so are becoming increasingly more subtle and sophisticated, requiring democratic policymakers and stakeholders to become more proactive to prevent harms.

To discuss these upcoming trends and identify concrete actions to mitigate them, we would like to cordially invite you to:

Tuesday, 6 December 2022 | 9:00 – 17:30 | Hybrid Event


At DisinfoCon, international experts from research, policy, think tanks, regulatory institutions, activism, civil society and technology companies will dive deeper into those technologies and tactics shaping the future of disinformation — and their potential to impact democracies around the world.

We encourage you to explore the day’s finalised programme and list of speakers at our dedicated Disinfo Radar website by clicking on the logos below.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

We look forward to seeing you online!



6. Dezember 2022 9:00
6. Dezember 2022 17:30


Democracy Reporting International
Democracy Reporting International (DRI) was founded in 2006 by an international group of experts on democratic governance and elections. Recognizing a gap in a field that was dominated by big intergovernmental organisations and commercial consultancies, they decided to form a non-governmental, independent organisation that could analyse democratic developments and advise on constitutional and electoral frameworks quickly and flexibly. Over the years, DRI has broadened its work from research and analysis to direct engagement with partners on the ground to improve democratic structures and safeguards across the countries where we work. It has evolved from a part-time hobby for a handful of people to an organisation with around 100 staff, spread across eight countries and three continents.