Anna Litvinenko has taken part in the panel discussion "Pluralism vs. Fake News – Challenges for Media Literacy in the Digital Information Age” during the “Autumn Talks”, the annual conference of the German-Russian Exchange. Together with Hanno Gundert, the director of the media NGO n-ost, and Judith Langowski, a Hungarian-German journalist, she talked about the current challenges for and perspectives of media literacy in Central and Eastern Europe. Dr. Litvinenko also participated in the final panel discussion of the conference “Europe in Crisis Mode – New Tasks and Forms of the Civic Education”.
The Autumn Talks is an annual event organised by the German-Russian Exchange (DRA) and the Heinrich Böll Foundation in the tradition of the German-Russian Autumn Talks that have been organised annually since 1995 in close cooperation with the Protestant Academy in Berlin. The aim of this conference is to support the dialogue and exchange on societal, political and cultural developments in both Russia and Germany. In its new format, the Autumn Talks' geographical focus has been broadened including the European context. This year, the main topic was “More Enlightenment - More Democracy? Possibilities and Limitations of Civic Education in Central and Eastern Europe”.