In the Era of Information:
How to Train in Critical Thinking
Webinar April 30th at 18:00 hours.
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IN THE ERA OF INFORMATION: DISINFORMATION
The aim is to reflect on how, in a society saturated by the volume of information, today more than ever we need to contrast facts and information in order to form a critical and responsible opinion. It has already been proven that a high number of people do not know how to distinguish between a fake and a real story, a good story from a commercial advertisement or the real world from the virtual one. All of has an influence on how people think and behave, without them being even aware of it. This has ultimate consequences on the functioning of democracies.
All in all, we need to equip the citizenship with appropriate analytical tools in order to help them to train in critical thinking and build own opinions based on reality.
RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INTELLIGENCE SERVICES AND DEMOCRATIC SYSTEMS
Dr. Fernando Velasco Fernández
Director of the Research Centre for Intelligence Services and Democratic Systems of the Rey Juan Carlos University and Professor of the Department of Applied Economics I, Economic History and Institutions and Moral Philosophy.
Mr. Santiago Montesinos Chía
Intelligence Analyst specialised in Disinformation and Propaganda. Professor of the Master’s Degree in Intelligence Analyst and collaborator at the Research Centre for Intelligence Services and Democratic Systems.
Mr. José Ángel González Andrés
Analyst specialised in Cybersecurity. Professor of the Master’s Degree in Intelligence Analyst and collaborator at the Research Centre for Intelligence Services and Democratic Systems.
Ms. Susana Cuena Parejo
Graduate in Political Sciences and Public Administration, specialised in Political Analysis by the University Complutense of Madird. Graduate in Gender Equality by the Rey Juan Carlos University Madrid.