L'Ateneu d'Innovació Digital i Democràtica
Exhibition | The City of Disinformation
Visiting hoursMonday to Friday, from 5 to 8 pm
In the "City of Disinformation" you never know what is true and what is false. Explore the city, go through every corner and walk through a maze of endless news to learn how to identify and combat fake news.
Nowadays, anyone can publish a piece of news and have it received on thousands of devices in a matter of seconds, without validating its veracity. How much news do you receive on your phone a day? Which are true, and which are built on a big lie?
In this exhibition, travel from the screen to the physical world: cross the border of the "Disinformation City", discover the different types of information hidden behind each building and the impact that disinformation can have on our society and our lives.
Through interactive activities and games you will be able to show your feelings about fake news, measure the impact of misinformation and identify warning signs to make informed decisions.
Join the fight against fake news!
📆 Guided tours around the City of Disinformation
Are you a high school teacher interested in a guided tour with your students? Do you work in the library field and want to introduce disinformation issues in your library's activities? Do you want to make use of the disinformation training resources for young people?
- April 18 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
- April 27th from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
- April 28th from 6 to 7 p.m.
➡️ Register for the guided tour
- Are you part of a large group? Send us a request for a guided tour to email@example.com
- Individual registration by clicking on "Join the meeting"
✅ This exhibition is part of the Media Literacy Project SMILES (Young people against disinformation), which brings together entities from the Netherlands, Spain and Belgium including libraries, media literacy organizations and research institutes, with the aim to develop, test and monitor the effectiveness of an innovative educational approach to combat the spread of misinformation.
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