Pictures about CrisCom17
In a crisis, Swedes can find all relevant info at @krisinformation. @annaeufrosyne tells about the benefits and the use of
Lorraine Hennessy on striking the right balance in the UK @TerrorismPolice
"This isn't a media problem. This is a problem for all of society." @infoKeg of @faktisk_no on fighting “fake news” at
.@StefanHector found himself the @polisen_riks spokesperson at the Stockholm attack in April. Here's how he prepared
Thank you it’s been two well organized and inspiring days in KPH
Good observation: 'Not only the fact-checking, you also need to provide an alternative narrative for the people to believe in'
Thomas Dybro Lundorf
Absolutely sound criticism of male panel at
. Gender equality has been in focus prior t the conference, but here not good enough.
Gender equality was obvous not at topic before panel discussion
Interesting panel discussion on
, real experts on the stage but why
Congratulations, you have an all male panel
. Of 21 speakers 6 are women (my perception). And the last discussion is all male.
5 fact-checking tips by @PCollignon | Goes both for communicators, journalists and all other citizens.
@NorCrisCom17 Looking forward to hearing about Fake news or alternative facts
Every citizen should remember that there are forces which may try to harm them as a nation by the so called information
@MaxArhippainen When we defend our national security, we defend our values: freedom of speech, thought, press and democracy.
Frode O. Andersen
Combatting false info. Strong case for professional investigative fact checking from @infoKeg from @faktisk_no at @NorCrisCom17
@MaxArhippainen: Finland's answer to
: a comprehensive, cross-authority approach to total security
What a great basis for CrisCom we have: the Nordic audiences trust you, are well-educated and don't think you are corrupted.
Simple and visual information works in CrisCom, too. Case ebola @Malahteen @THLorg
"If we don’t understand risk perception, we will fail in crisis communication.", Frode Andersen Ministry of For. Affairs NO
Scrap risk comms and trust people to know what’s best for them, Misse Wester of Lund uni tells Nordic public sector communicators
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