The conference aims to examine European communication policy responses to post-truth politics, taking into account the risks of disinformation and emerging communicative practices in the European Union's public sphere. Various risks (pandemics, conflicts, disinformation) have emerged, intersecting with new challenges such as digital transition, migratory flows, and democratic participation. This has repercussions on the system of values and ideologies associated with the integration project (EU principles, fundamental rights), including in relation to generational changes.

The issues arising in the public sphere related to the European elections will be investigated, particularly regarding the transformative effects of digitalization and the primary challenge for journalism.