Any organization tasked with getting critical information to local communities—whether responding to a crisis like the pandemic or trying to challenge social injustices—needs a strategy for making sure their message is believed. Journalism offers insight into building trust as people's wariness threatens the uptake of COVID-19 vaccines.Read more
Trust & Truth
The following article is part of the joint series ‘Ethics in Practice’ between Internews Europe and the Ethical Journalism Network, looking at the ethical challenges of journalism in the time of Covid-19
By Interfax-Ukraine More than 10 percent of Ukrainian residents use Russian media as a source of news, according to a survey by the international organization Internews.
With the backdrop of the Global Conference for Media Freedom taking place in London, Daniel Bruce, Internews CEO in Europe, was interviewed on talkRadio's
In this opinion piece, Jeanne Bourgault and Daniel Bruce discuss what can be done to combat misinformation
Internews, in partnership with the Google News Initiative (GNI), has trained thousands of journalists in India and Indonesia to combat disinformation and misinformation using Google and other tools to conduct online verification, data searches, reverse image searches and video verification.
This week marks the one-year anniversary of the Google News Initiative. Read more about what has happened in India since then from Surabhi Malik, Program Director of the Google News Initiative Training Network and an important figure in India's fight against fake news.
United for News, cited in this article, was founded by Internews in partnership with the World Economic Forum.