This Media Lit Seminar is funded through an Alumni TIES small grant from the U.S. Department of State.

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Paolo Celot (Italy)

EAVI (founder)

Lyubov Vasylchuk (Ukraine)

IREX (program manager)

Juliane von Reppert-Bismarck (Germany)

Lie Detectors (CEO and founder)

Adeline Brion (Belgium)

Lie Detectors (program coordinator)

Bert Pieters (Belgium)

Mediawijs (Staff Member Training and Practice Development)

Laure Van Hoecke (Belgium)

Mediawijs (Responsible for Education & Mediacoach)

Tom De Leyn (Belgium)

Imec-mict-UGent, Department of Communication Sciences, (Junior researcher – PhD candidate)

Dr. Verónica Donoso (Chili/Belgium)

Digital Literacy and Child Online Safety Consultant

Prof. Dr. Johan Braeckman (Belgium)

Ghent University (Full Professor of Philosophy)

By Gwenny Cooman

Clio Janssens (Belgium)

Researcher/lecturer at Artevelde University of Applied Sciences

Jan De Maeyer (Belgium)

Ghent University (Guest Professor Socratic Questioning)

Erica Lutes (USA)

Executive Director at Fulbright Brussels

Meet the team: click here!

By Train:
The nearest station is Brussels Central Station (or Brussels-Luxembourg station). From there it is a 15-minute walk.
By Car:
Brussels is not easy to get to by car. There is a lot of traffic and parking spaces are hard to find and can be expensive. If public transport isn't an option for you, you can use Interparking Industrie or Wet/Loi.
By Metro:
The nearest metro station is Kunst-Wet/Arts-Loi. From there it is a 5-minute walk.

This seminar is funded through an Alumni TIES small grant from the U.S. Department of State.


Registrations for the Media Lit Seminar are now closed.

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