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Dialogue, media literacy and pluralism ways to counter propaganda for war and hatred, participants at OSCE expert meeting say

VIENNA, 12 February 2016 – Media experts, journalists, diplomats, policymakers and government representatives gathered in Vienna today for an expert meeting to discuss the different aspects of the phenomenon of propaganda and its effects on media freedom and ultimately to the wellbeing of society.
“Propaganda for war and hatred is detrimental to free expression and media freedom,” the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Dunja Mijatović, said. “Dialogue and activities to promote media literacy and democracy based on peace, freedom of expression, pluralism and diversity, are a must to effectively deal with the issue of propaganda.”
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Source: OSCE

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