Dilemmas of Democratic Dialogue

Dilemmas of Democratic Dialogue

0 comments

Image by Marc Pascual from Pixabay

Dilemmas of Democratic Dialogue

– workshop organised by the Hungarian Europe Society under the auspices of DIACOMET project –

 

Date: 10 April 2024, Wednesday 9:00 AM. – 12:30 PM.

Venue: ibis Styles Budapest Center (Budapest, Rákóczi út 58., H-1074)

RSVP by 5 April 2024

 

Program

9:00 – 9:10 Welcome by István Hegedűs (Chairman, Hungarian Europe Society; Researcher, DIACOMET)

9:10 – 9:45 Presentation by Anna Kende (Social Psychologist, Director of Institute of Psychology, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest): The Psychology of Hostile Intergroup Relations and the Chances of Dialogue

9:45 – 10:15 Presentation by Erik Uszkiewicz (Vice-Chairperson, Hungarian Europe Society; Researcher, DIACOMET): What is DIACOMET? – a brief summary of the project

DIACOMET project contributes to the advancement of ethical and accountable communication by fostering capacity building for civic resilience against information distortions and promoting civic accountability. DIACOMET aims to generate a concept of dialogic communication ethics (DCE), which would provide a framework for an inclusive model of accountability mechanisms that combine media accountability (the level of organisations) with civic accountability (the level of citizens) and is guided by a Civic Code of Good Communication Conduct (CGC) (a new type of code of communication ethics).

10:15 – 10:30 Coffee break 

10:30 – 12:30 Interactive workshop – DILEMMA GAME

Introduction of the DILEMMA GAME by Halliki Harro-Loit (Professor, University of Tartu, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of Social Studies)

One of DIACOMET's objectives is to develop an interactive instrument for training moral awareness and moral thinking is the so-called ‘dilemma game’, used for training in different professions to cope with various moral dilemmas. The aim of the game is to allow everyone to practice ethical decision-making in a risk free and playful environment. During our workshop, we will play the ‘dilemma game’ offline in small groups in an interactive way, facilitated by the colleagues of the Tartu University, member of the DIACOMET consortium.

“DILEMMA GAME in action” facilitated by Mari-Liisa Parder (Research Fellow, University of Tartu, Centre for Ethics)

 

By attending or participating in this event, you are giving your consent to be photographed and/or video recorded.

Please note that the language of the event is English, and no translation will be provided.

The EU-funded DIACOMET project will advance ethical and accountable communication by promoting capacity building for civic resilience against disinformation and civic accountability. The project will generate a concept of dialogic communication ethics, providing a framework for an inclusive model of accountability mechanisms that combine media accountability with civic accountability, bound by a civic code of good communication conduct (a new type of communication ethics).

Funded by the European Union (grant agreement ID: 101094816). Views and opinions expressed are however those of the authors only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or European Research Executive Agency. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

CsatolmányMéret
PDF ikon Program180.42 KB
magyar
Álhírek, dezinformáció és összeesküvés-elméletek a magyar nyilvánosságban címmel személyes és on-line workshopot tartott a MET a DIACOMET projekt égisze alatt 2024. február 21-én, a székhelyén.
Tudományos dezinformáció és populizmus MEGHÍVÓ a Magyarországi Európa Társaság személyes és on-line workshopja a DIACOMET projekt égisze alatt a SCIENCE+ régiós projekttel együttműködésben Időpont: 2024. április 25. (csütörtök), 18:00 – 20:30 Helyszín: Magyarországi Európa...