(Internews was part of this dialogue about reporting on COVID-19 in the Philippines) By CORA LLAMASRead more
To increase access to accurate, timely, and trusted information to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Internews has launched new projects to combat disinformation and create effective information exchange between public health agencies, humanitarian organizations and communities affected by COVID-19
(Internews in the Philippines was part of a joint initiative that held a webinar on responsible journalism during COVID-19) By Eleanor Amarga Leyco-Chua
Breakthrough ACTION, based at Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs and Internews in the Philippines, with support from USAID, is inviting the media to join the Responsible Journalism: Pa
EJN-Supported Series on New Philippine Eco-City Leads Government to Address Unjust Treatment of Indigenous Group
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Irene Scott, Internews project director, discusses the need and process for tracking, analyzing and responding to rumours and misinformation surrounding COVID-19, with ANC News in the Philippines.
Amidst the polarizing public distrust, aided and abated by misinformation, threats to press freedom take on a new dimension as journalists face challenges in their coverage of COVID-19.
Wednesday, April 29 @ 3:00PM-4:00PM (PH time -Â GMT+8)
Internews’ #InformationSavesLives campaign provides updates from journalists around the world on how they’re coping with coronavirus coverage and maintaining their operations.
A US State Department investigation found that close to 2 million tweets spread conspiracy theories about COVID-19 (corona virus) over a three-week period in Jan