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.

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Recent news

Event

Summary of GLOBSEC's event on the impact of AI on elections with key takeaways and video recording.

22.02.2024
Event

Join us for an online event on the impact of AI on elections, featuring top experts from three continents.

05.02.2024
Publication

GLOBSEC is pleased to contribute to the consultation on delegated regulation templates for intermediary services reporting.

24.01.2024
Publication

New policy brief with recommendations on countering disinformation and foreign malign influence.

on 17.01.2024
Publication

In today's interconnected world, the pervasive influence of disinformation and harmful content, including hate speech and

18.12.2023
Event

Stakeholders from Central and Eastern Europe explored effective strategies in the battle against disinformation.

on 13.12.2023
Publication

In 2023, GLOBSEC conducted a poll in eight Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries to gauge their opinions on the Western alliance, Russia's invasi...

on 02.11.2023
Commentary

The X platform (formerly Twitter) might not be the most popular platform in the CEE region, but posts regarding a European

on 27.10.2023

Commentaries

The X platform (formerly Twitter) might not be the most popular platform in the CEE region, but posts regarding a European Parliament committee’s visit to Hungary in May 2023 gained attention nevertheless.

on 27.10.2023

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