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The Anti-Rumour project is an Erasmus+ project which aims to raise awareness regarding fake news’s features and hidden discourses and understand the benefits of integrating young people into political discourses by engaging more youth organisations in the battle against fake news and conspiracy theories.

Thus the project will help improve trust in democratic institutions, safeguard liberties and the rule of law and protect democracy from multidimensional threats.

Some of the project’s goals are to:

  • Increase awareness on the importance of active citizenship among young people
  • To make sure that young people trust public administrations 
  • To make sure that young people acknowledge the importance of the common European values, which are inclusion, tolerance, justice, solidarity and non-discrimination. 


The Anti-Rumour objectives will be delivered by creating:

  • a Guidebook that will help youth to diagnose conspiracy theories and deal with fake news, making sure that it addresses phenomena related to climate change & environmental issues and marginalised groups & minorities.
  • a digital toolkit that includes online and free tools for tracking down disinformation. The toolkit will be accompanied by tutorial videos on how to use those tools.
  • An innovative serious game on Media Literacy against Conspiracy Theories. This result aims to incorporate a fun and entertaining aspect in the project, yet educational and informative. 
  • a learning module composed of four Lessons along with their lesson plans in four different thematics:

The following organizations are participating in the project:





  • Challedu (Greece)
  • DRAMBLYS (Spain)


On the official website of the project “Anti-Rumour” ( ) you will find news, activities, program results and updates about our next steps.

This project  has been co-funded by the Erasmus + Programme of the European Union

Project Number:2021-2-DE04-KA220-YOU-000048336

For more information: contact Konstantina Iakovou from Challedu-inclusion | games | education,