Rowan Reid, Internews Program Manager, spoke at this webinar launching a report on hate speech.
In conversation with Karen Rebelo of BOOM Live, Surabhi Malik of Internews and Shalini Joshi of Meedan. The past 16 months have been relentless for journalists and fact-checkers in India.
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
Global journalism is fighting for international development funding but shouldn’t need to. Especially now.
As governments struggle in response to COVID-19, long-term investments in global media are needed to keep people safe and newsrooms healthy.
(Internews Program Director in India Surabhi Malki participated in a panel on disinformation at Global Fact Day 3) By Cristina Tardáguila, Harrison Mantas and Pawel Terpilowski
In fragile states such as the Central African Republic, the Covid-19 pandemic poses a serious threat to sustainable media development, as Michel Leroy reports.
Face à une publication excessive de fausses informations pendant cette crise sanitaire de covid-19, les journalistes doivent s’adonner à la vérification des faits. Cela ressort d’une formation d’une journée organisée par ABASIRWA et la Commission Rwandaise des Médias (RMC).
Swahili-language fact-checking page NuktaFakti dispels rumors and publishes stories, infographics, and tips on how to protect against COVID-19.