Fundación Universidad Loyola Andalucía

Project coordinator

is a Higher Institution belonging to the global network of universities of the Society of Jesus (338 around the world). Founded in 2010, it has inherited the teaching and research experience of its predecessor, ETEA Business School, with over 50 years of existence.

The research experience is focused mainly in the fields of local development, agriculture, development aid, social services, psychology, engineering and business management techniques. It also has a research institute which is focused on cooperation for development called ETEA Foundation, which is linked to Loyola Andalucía as an affiliated entity. To perform this task, Loyola has more than 250 researchers.

The corporate objective of Loyola can be summarized in:

  • Educate men and women as competent professionals and responsible citizens.
  • Research to provide useful knowledge to society, and thus contribute to its development.
  • Inspire, from the ideas of the Society of Jesus, initiatives leading to a fairer society.

As a University, it has the following administrative bodies:

  • The Board of Trustees is the decision-making body of the university,
    The Rector and Vice-rectors, who form the governing body,
  • The Executive Committee, which is composed by the heads of the various areas of management,
  • The General Secretariat, which performs administrative tasks
  • Departments, in which professors-researchers develop their teaching activities and conduct research projects.
  • The Doctoral School, which in in charge of the policy and formation related with third cycle studies.

The staff are all Ph.D. researchers and lecturers with a long experience and expertise in media companies. Their research is focused on positive communication, media literacy, fake news, gamification, audiovisual content, creativity, advertising and PR. In addition, they have participated in I+D projects, national and European, related to online learning or the impact of media on young people.


García Lupato


Herrero Diz


Varona Aramburu

José Antonio



Lozano Delmar


Rivas Nieto


García Lázaro











José María



INCOMA is a specialised training agency working with projects of an international nature,developing initiatives and ideas to facilitate mobility exchanges and to improve training levels amongst citizens. It was founded in Seville in 2003 by a group of people who had themselves previously been beneficiaries of E.U-funded educational programmes.

INCOMA’s work primarily consists in the development of mobility and research projects, as well as in the transfer and exchange of good practice (targeting groups at risk of exclusion, eg. unemployed young people, women and migrant community).

Throughout its 15 year history, INCOMA has grown and currently works with partners and clients from the majority of European countries. The agency also works in collaboration with other parts of the world, via services provided by the INCOMA group (which, in addition to the consulting agency, comprises of a language academy specialising in the teaching of Spanish to foreigners).

In addition, INCOMA identifies itself with the core values of the E.U., such as democracy, social justice and respect for minority cultures, ensuring that it promotes European awareness at all times through its projects.









Pagella Politica (PP)

Pagella Politica (PP) was founded in 2012 and is the main Italian project dedicated to political fact-checking. The project’s mission is to verify the claims made by politicians and public figures, using publicly available or specifically requested data, facts and figures. The broader goal is to promote a higher degree of objectivity into the political discourse, and to keep public figures accountable for their stated claims. In April 2020, PP has also launched a spin-off project called Facta, which is focused on debunking false and misleading information circulating in the media and on social networks.

PP works with a number of notable partners at the national and international level within the following projects and ventures:

  • The Italian national broadcaster RAI. The collaboration started in 2013, and Pagella Politica has provided a TV segment on fact-checking in various political talk.
  • The Italian newswire AGI. Since 2016, PP has been the curator of AGI’s fact-checking section, producing daily articles and videos.
  • Facebook. In February 2018, PP has been chosen by the social media platform as the Italian partner for its program against the spread of false news on its channels.
  • The International Fact-Checking Network’s (IFCN). As one of the two only Italian signatories of the IFCN’s Code of Principles, PP is an active part of a lively international community of fact-checkers.
  • PP is one of the five European partners constituting the consortium of the Social Observatory for Disinformation and Social Media Analysis (SOMA). The project was launched in 2018 within the Horizon 2020 Programme.
  • PP was a member of the FactCheckEU alliance, Europe's first crowd-checking platform, set up by the European signatories of IFCN to counter disinformation over the months preceding the 2019 European elections.

  • PP is award winner of the IFCN “Fact-checking innovation initiative” to support innovation projects, new formats, and technologies that will help benefit the broader global fact-checking ecosystem.
  • PP is award winner of the IFCN “Coronavirus fact-checking grant” to support projects aimed at fighting disinformation around COVID-19.
  • PP is one of the four European partners constituting the consortium of the European Digital Media Observatory (EDMO). The project was launched in June 2020 through the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme with the aim of supporting the creation and work of a multidisciplinary community to better understand and contrast disinformation and increase societal resilience to it.
  • PP’s representatives are members of the Technical Table for the Guarantee of Pluralism and the Correctness of Information on Digital Platform, by the Italian Authority for Communications (AGCom).
  • PP’s director is a member of the Monitoring Unit on Disinformation around Covid-19 established by the Italian government in April 2020.

Pagella Politica staff currently counts about 15 people between in-house full-time staff, part-time staff and external collaborators. Its representatives have participated in a high number of policy and research initiatives focused on fact-checking. The key personnel for SPOTTED project is:





St. Ignatius of Loyola University of Applied Sciences

is an independent Catholic higher education institution that aims to carry out science and business integrated study programmes managed on the basis of the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm.
St. Ignatius of Loyola University of Applied Sciences was founded in 2010 in Kaunas, Lithuania. Founders – Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kaunas, Lithuanian Jesuit province, JSC “Ortopedijos klinika”. The University of Applied Sciences provides 8 study programmes, such as Orthopaedic Technology, Beauty Therapy, Culinary Arts, Emergency Medical Aid, Image Design, Social Work, Hospitality Management and Pastoral CareThe academic community of the institution consists of approximately 70 lecturers, which have both academic and vocational skills, and 390 students.
St. Ignatius of Loyola University of Applied Sciences promotes professional and interdisciplinary applied science research, development of thematic projects, partnerships and cooperation within the European and global interdisciplinary research networks, carries out ordered applied research to private and public sector institutions.
Applied research results are used in the study process, published in scientific journals, presented at conferences. St. Ignatius of Loyola University of Applied Sciences also encourages students applied scientific activity: students are invited to participate in conferences, are included in joint projects.
The key persons that are involved in the project SPOTTED possess doctoral degrees in Social Sciences thus they are acquired rich knowledge and skills dealing with the selection of information, creating new knowledge and managing the projects and are able to adapt their knowledge and skills in the implementation of this project.

Dr. Aivaras


Dr. Kristina


The European Education and Learning Institute – EELI

The European Education and Learning Institute -EELI- is a Lifelong Learning Center/ Level 1 (KDVM 1), certified by EOPPEP (National Organisation for the Certification of Qualifications and Vocational Guidance).
EELI offers services in a wide range of educational and training programmes; we aim to actively contribute to the lifelong learning of people of all ages and strengthen cooperation in education throughout Europe. We deeply embrace the idea that people just never stop learning and through our work and international network, EELI promotes research, regional development and cohesion, the development of transnational partnerships, and programmes to upgrade professional qualifications.
EELI designs and manages educational programmes: assisting stakeholders to work together, develop, share and transfer best practices and innovative approaches; we develop and test training curricula and materials, and we organise seminars, workshops and training activities for educators, trainers, teachers, professionals, the unemployed and young workers.

The consulting team of the European Education and Learning Institute is highly qualified and experienced in the preparation and management of educational projects, acting on a national and international level. Thanks to its people’s academic qualifications and work experiences, EELI specialises in the fields of Social research, Education and Training at all levels -including Historical and Cultural studies, European studies, Environmental studies and the Arts

Ms. Kalli


Ms. Chrysi


Ms. Georgia


Ms. Venetia Kimioni

School Complex No 6

School Complex No 6 (Zespół Szkół nr 6) is located in working class district. It consists of primary school, secondary school and technical school. There are approximately 320 students and 62 teachers. Classes in secondary school mainly focus on artistic and theatrical development of students as well as their entrepreneurial skills. Students regularly participate in journalism workshop and visit our local TV and radio station for extra lectures.
The school follows a vision of providing a high quality progressive schooling – focusing on all-round development and academics as well. We work on helping our students understand their subjects and we teach them to think so that they learn to face the world through their schooling. The school is devoted to creating responsible world citizens.
We are a school of “true friends” which gives students the sense of security and affiliation to a small, but loyal and friendly group. Our major goals are to create conditions for comprehensive education and at the same time to help our students reach their full potential and make a successful transition to adulthood and the world of further and higher education, training or work. At Zespół Szkół nr 6 we aim to enable each student to communicate and interact effectively with others and the world around them, value themselves and their own achievements and accept and show tolerance of others, participate in and contribute to the wider social community and last but not least lead a safe, happy and fulfilling lifestyle. We are particularly strong at meeting the needs of children with complex and multiple special education needs, many specific medical conditions and syndromes. All our staff are caring, supportive, passionate about learning and fully qualified. They work together as a team to provide a structured curriculum that ensures good results.
The city of Wrocław has appreciated the importance of helping disabled people and implementing new solutions and has awarded the school a certificate “Wrocław without barriers” in a category “ A place accessible for everybody.”
The school has also introduced e-learning platform to help our students gain knowledge in a new, innovative way. Teachers create and publish their own materials and exercises to complement the knowledge already acquired.

The school has professional, dedicated and experienced teachers with high qualifications. We are a school corresponding to all the requirements of modern education where every teacher understands students’ needs and treats them individually, helps in self-realization, supports their development, creativity and ability to deal with new and difficult situations.
Teachers involved in the project have experience in doing different international projects within EU programmes like Comenius, Leonardo da Vinci and Erasmus+. The school has also experience in running Etwinning projects and was awarded European Quality Labels.

Marcin Królikowski

Kamila Górecka