The Atlantic Council of Montenegro has the pleasure to announce the Open call for NGO and CSO representatives, journalists or young leaders.

Do you work in a sector/community that is vulnerable to disinformation?

Does disinformation affect your work?

Would you like to help build resilience to disinformation in your country and learn more about hybrid threats?


⭕️ 3-day regional workshop on building resilience to disinformation in Ohrid, North Macedonia
⭕️ learn how to analyze disinformation each WB6 country is facing and how to recognize information that is factual and reliable
⭕️ preparing short, informative, and up-to-date analyses using reliable and credible data that will help you in your work
⭕️ with the help of mentors and experts, you will prepare a policy paper and advocacy strategy to address disinformation in the Western Balkans


If you are aged 20-35 and interested in the issue of countering disinformation, send us your CV by April 14, 2023, 17:00h via e-mail [email protected]
Subject of the email: ‘Open Call: increasing awareness of the hybrid threats – “your name”. In the body of the email, make sure to let us know why we should choose you (two paragraphs about you and your motivation).

Please note that number of participants is limited. We have 6 places available for participants coming from Montenegro, so we highly encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

This activity is organized within the project “Increasing awareness of the hybrid threats: Strengthening resilience in the Western Balkans” and supported by the International Visegrad Fund and Korea Foreign Ministry.

The project is led by the Euro-Atlantic Council of North Macedonia, together with partners from the Western Balkan and V4 countries: Strategic Analysis SK, Asociace pro mezinárodní otázky/Association for International Affairs, KIPRED, Youth Atlantic Treaty Association of Albania, Institute of Central Europe, Atlantic Council of Montenegro, Atlantic Council of Serbia, CEID and FSI.