FINSCI Symposium on Conspiracy Theory Research

FINSCI Symposium on Conspiracy Theory Research
Event website: finsci.fi/conspiracy

**The full program will be updated on the event website.**

Date, time and place
Friday 25 November, 2022, 9.00–16.15
University of Helsinki, Aurora-sali, Siltavuorenpenger 10, 2nd floor
Helsinki, Finland

After the symposium, from 17.00 to 18.30, we will hold an event open to the public, where Prof. Jan-Willem van Prooijen will answer the toughest questions related to conspiracy theories. The event will be hosted at Epicenter, Mikonkatu 9.

Admission and registration
Admission to the symposium and the public event is free of charge with advance registration. The symposium and public event will be held in English. Both event venues are wheelchair-accessible. The organiser will closely follow the authority regulations and restrictions concerning COVID-19.

Registration is open until 25 October.


The Fostering Finnish Science Capital (FINSCI) project combines research from several different fields and creates new knowledge on the psychological, social, and cultural factors behind science learning and knowledge-based decision making, and how they could be cultivated. The project is funded by the Strategic Research Council (SRC) established within the Academy of Finland. FINSCI is part of the council’s Information literacy and evidence-informed decision-making (LITERACY) program, which seeks solutions to how information can be used critically and constructively to support individual and societal decision-making and activities. The FINSCI consortium includes the University of Turku, the University of Eastern Finland, and the University of Helsinki, as well as the Finnish Science Center Heureka, and science association Skope ry. More information on the project: www.finsci.fi/en

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