Centre for Democracy & Resilience

Center for Democracy & Resilience

The mission of our Centre for Democracy & Resilience is to protect fundamental democratic values and processes through generating new ideas, providing creative solutions and engaging relevant stakeholders to drive positive change towards more resilient democracies in a digital age. This is achieved by conducting research in the areas of information operations, hybrid threats, election interference, social media regulation and transparency and by providing recommendations to a range of stakeholders. After identifying fragile spots, the programme aims to conduct innovative activities to contribute to the resilience of democracies in the most practical manner.

Recent news


It is crucial for Ukraine’s allies to counter Russian efforts to claim ownership of the peace narrative by redefining the

on 23.03.2023

Lithuania has been at the forefront of fighting hybrid threats since gaining independence in 1990.

Press release

Bratislava, Slovakia - GLOBSEC joins a new EU-funded project aimed at creating a regional hub for detecting, analyzing, and combating disinformation in ...


The anti-malign influence framework emerging among democracies is more of a patchwork and coordination appears to be lacki

on 16.01.2023

Hungary has established itself as a country undergoing democratic backsliding and one often lab

on 30.12.2022
Press release

Bratislava, December 27, 2022: GLOBSEC's Centre for Democracy and Resilience (D&R) becomes a part of the European Digital Media Observatory (EDMO) u...


Over the past year, Latvians, like others in the


Lithuania has been at the forefront of fighting hybrid threats since gaining independence in 1990. Efforts to reduce Russian influence and potential threats began in the 1990s when Lithuania actively sought to join the EU and NATO, eventually becoming a full member in 2004.

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