It seems to me that the general knowledge of conspiracy theories (e.g. to be able to mention at least 3 of them) lately has drastically widened. Whether it’s triggered by the sudden abundance of time to spend on free browsing as millions remained home due to lockdown; or by the evident incapacity of ruling authorities…

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We are launching a 3-year project dedicated to social inclusion and employability for people with disability in Bulgaria, Netherlands, Slovenia, Denmark, Portugal, Italy and Lithuania. With Skillability project we intend to address the low employment rates, encourage use of talents, promote entrepreneurship and creativity, suggest alternative path to financial independence, improve social and digital skills,…

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This project is designed by NTCenter (BG)and led and coordinated by Bash Art Creative (UK-Scotland). Koç University (TR), Institute for Contemporary Education (RS), Arteveldehogeschool (BE), Edulin (NL), Delft Digital Learning (PT) and Drawing to Health (NL) are the partners with specific knowlege which are necessary for project work. The dBias project is exclusively focused on…

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The Guidebook to fact-based reading and teaching is now available in English on the De Facto’s website. It encompasses a set of materials and tools which can be used by educators to improve the critical thinking of their learners and reduce the harmful effects of exposure to mis- and disinformation. Versions of the Guidebook in…

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NTCenter’s team is pleased to announce that we had un official meeting with the Mayor of Tryavna Municipality and the Director of the Center for Social Rehabilitation and Integration. An action plan for SKILLS+ activities in Bulgaria was drafted. We have a preliminary arrangement for the municipality to host the SKILLS+ National competition.

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NTCenter, the leading organisation behind De Facto, has now two staff members with access to the platform and tools of the EU Observatory for disinformation (Social Observatory for Disinformation and Social Media Analysis – SOMA). Another account is handed out to a De Facto partner, and we stand by to support any De Facto partner…

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NTCenter team participated in the first De Facto project training which took place between 27th and 31st of January in Ghent, Belgium. The main focus of the training was the De Facto approach to identify and counteract disinformation in education context. Our hosts from Arteveldehogeschool did their best to create friendly and inspiring working environment…

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Yes, we have been silent for quite some time with regard to news and publications on our corporate website. And though we know most of our colleagues and partners follow the news and our work progress in social media, we realise that there may be a need to shed light on some of the developments…

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The first year of the RED project comes to an end and Intellectual Output 1 is accomplished. The NTCenter team, as activity leading organisation, summarised all findings during that stage of the project in a comprehensive Needs Analysis Summary Report. The analysis discloses which are the specific target groups and potential stakeholders (primary and secondary)…

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The third InPlace project meeting was held on July 27, 2018 in Porto, Portugal. Hosts of the meeting were our SPI partners. The latest videos captured by students were shown at the meeting. The partners discussed important aspects of the project such as management, dissemination, future goals and tasks. The teacher training in October 2018…

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