All Articles about Media
Podcast episodes made for the Dutch elections, focusing on key themes in debates regarding diversity and political representation.
Beyond Black Mirror: Understanding Social Scoring in Europe
For his Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Maciej attempts to shed light on European social scoring practices. To do this, he is producing a limited series podcast and launching a public dialogue exchange.
Archives of War: Artists and Investigators holding war criminals accountable
As her Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Solomiia aims to create a database and use digital forensic tools to analyze evidence coming from videographers and photographers working on the front lines of Russia’s war in Ukraine.
Decoding Technocracy - the Digital Period
As her Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Judith is producing "the Digital Period" podcast, telling the story about what happens behind the user interface of period tracking apps. The podcast series further examines the relation between autonomy and technology.
High School Teachers as Fake News Busters
As his Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Artur is gathering best practices in education for critical thinking, media literacy and recognizing fake news.
Tracing the Truth: A Participatory Publication for Media Literacy Education
Everyone can be a journalist, an editor, or any gatekeeper in “Tracing the Truth.” But can you realize that your edits may distort voices?
California Law Review in Context
Senior Fellow and Racial Equity Grantee Samson Lim launches CLR in Context in an effort to empower underrepresented voices in legal journalism as well as inspire new conversations around human-centered lawyering.
Empowering Young Influencers for Promoting Diversity & Strengthening Democracy
Karol's Landecker Democracy Fellowship project "Empowering Young Influencers for Promoting Diversity & Strengthening Democracy" aims to train up to 60 young leaders with various backgrounds in creating communication strategy as well as equipping them with community organizing skills so they can promote diversity and democracy locally and nationally.
War on Disinfo
Magdalena’s Landecker Democracy project “War on Disinfo” will teach young people how to detect and debunk disinformation and later how to talk about it with friends. Thus, the goal is to empower young people to stop the spread of fake news.
Landecker Democracy Fellow Elisabeth Becker Topkara’s project, Inscribing Plurality, unites young Jews and Muslims (age 18-25) who live in Berlin and are interested in a career in journalism/writing to pen both their future and the future of our society together.