#BoycottBiz will focus on the issues and challenges multinational corporations running businesses in Russia face – ethical dilemmas that make them reevaluate their ties to a country at war while at the same time analyzing their responsibilities to their Russian employees and the country’s population.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began well before February 2022 and involved propaganda, state TV and social media. How and why did Russia begin to adopt such measures to weaponize history and is their historical disinformation strategy effective?
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Who can participate?
Chances are, if you are reading this you can participate. We are open to University of Texas at Austin undergraduate and graduate students from any discipline. There are no prerequisites besides an interest in disinformation and misinformation and a willingness to abide by our code of conduct.
Can I attend a meeting to learn more?
Yes, our all hands meetings are open each Friday. Find out about our next meeting by visiting the schedule, available here.
Are there any prerequisites or experience requirements?
No. Though we are interested in the skills you have (especially language skills!) there are no requirements beyond the standard 10 hour commitment and your ability to attend our weekly meetings.