In collaboration with the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Uzbekistan and the Public Foundation for Support and Development of National Mass Media of Uzbekistan, RNTC brings you this infodemic toolkit in order to help journalists successfully report on the COVID-19 crisis.
The project was brought about due to the rise in dis-, mis-, and malinformation during the crisis, and aims to provide you with the tools to improve your understanding on this topic.
The videos, tools and resources take approximately one hour per module. You can also contribute by adding to our “Debunkers Database” as well as see what are some of the peer reported debunks.
For the Infodemic Toolkit: Home - Infodemic Toolkit
Interested to read more about this project and involved partners? Click here!
How can you address an issue if you don’t understand what’s really going on? That’s the question at the heart of research carried out by RNTC colleague Hannah Richter into effective ways of countering extremism and radicalisation.
Her report is part of the international 'Game Changer -Radical Awareness Game Engagement' project which aims to promote tolerance and understanding among Europe’s young people.
Click below to download a summary or the full 'State of the Art Analysis' report.
GC State of the Art Analysis Summary
GC State of the Art Analysis Full Report
Interested to learn more about the project and partners, and how Hannah conducted her research? Click here!