The 15th Conference on Baltic Studies in Europe (CBSE): “Turning Points: Values and Conflicting Futures in the Baltics” was organised by Vytautas Magnus University (VMU), in cooperation with the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies (AABS).
The diverse conference program also included a section on Novel Perspectives on Building Civic Resilience and Advancing Accountable Communication, where DIACOMET consortium members found its place. The project was presented by project coordinator Kristina Juraitė (VMU), who together with Epp Lauk (VMU) also held a session titled Three Types of Knowledge Gaps Concerning the Practice of Public Communication Ethics: The Overall Objectives of the Diacomet Project.
DIACOMET consortium member Halliki Harro-Loit (University of Tartu) held a lecture titled Theoretical Foundations of the Diacomet Project: The Application of the Concept of Dialogic Communication; Tobias Eberwein, Krisztina Rozgonyi (both Austrian Academy of Sciences) and Colin Porlezza (Università della Svizzera Italiana) held a lecture titled All Together Now: Fostering Inclusive Practices of Media Accountability; while Auksė Balčytienė held a lecture titled Lessons from a Comparative Study, Toward an Open and Free Public Debate: Epistemic Agency as a Factor for Civic Resilience Development.
Find out more (including the full program) about the conference here.