The Metamorphosis Foundation for Internet and Society invites you to the panel discussion on the topic “Diversities and disinformation in the Western Balkans”, which will be held on October 31, 2022, in Skopje, starting at 14:00, on the Zoom platform.

The panel discussion will be a regional event, with the participation of representatives of organizations from the Western Balkans that combat disinformation. They will share their experiences related to exposing anti-democratic disinformation narratives that abuse issues related to diversity in their societies. The panelists are members of the network that implements the current regional project “Western Balkans Anti-Disinformation Hub Exposing Malign Influences through Watchdog Journalism”.


Vladimir Petreski – Editor of Truthmeter Nikola Petrović – Executive Director of the Center for International and Security Affairs ISAC, a think tank from Serbia Petrit Zogaj – National editor of, Media publishing organization from Kosovo Barbara Halla – Journalist and researcher at, a fact-checking service from Albania Ismar Milak – Project Coordinator at Zašto ne (Why Not) from Bosnia and Herzegovina, founder of the fact-checking services and (fcs)

Moderator: Despina Kovachevska – Media monitoring expert at Metamorphosis Foundation

The discussion is open to the public and media representatives. All interested can participate by following the link: The working language will be English, with translation into Macedonian and Albanian provided. The discussion will be streamed live on the Metamorphosis Foundation Facebook page. The event is part of the Media Literacy Days in synergy with the activities of the regional project ” Western Balkans Anti-Disinformation Hub Exposing Malign Influences through Watchdog Journalism ” funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the project “Promoting Access to Reliable News to Counter Disinformation” funded by the American non-profit foundation NED (National Endowment for Democracy).

The views expressed in the discussion do not necessarily reflect the views of the donors.