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Official Guide


False information spread is not likely to go away! But it will continue to have an impact on citizens' peace of mind and capacity to participate in society. This is why we need more organisations, institutions and experts to come together and work on new projects for media, digital and information literacy.

If such an adventure is your cup of tea, we created this Illustrated Guide to give you a glimpse on our three years of intense work.


Tool after tool, we have detailed all the ethical, practical and technical questions we have had to answer, as well as the solutions we found to overcome challenges inherent to transnational collaboration. 

Our goal, if not to make you gain a little bit of time, is to show that european projects do not come from preestablished knowledge partners may have. They are great opportunities to learn and travel, and we are very proud to present you with the results!

The Guide is available by clicking the links below in Web or Printable version, exclusively in English.


All partner organisation contributed to writing this guide, under the coordination of the Udaf 82.



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Stéphane Michelin - Director of the Udaf 82

Xavier Renier - President of the Udaf 82

Betty Paillard-Souchon - Research and Development

The layout and illustrations are original creations by Océane Limouzy-Arcade (@lmz.oceane sur Instagram), artist, illustrator and graphic designer based in Montauban, FR.

Image de Aurélia Dubois


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