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“Arab fact-checkers network”

The Arab Fact-Checkers Network (AFCN) is a grassroots network that works towards fostering transparent and impartial fact-checking in the Arab region. This network is a product of the mis/disinformation spikes amid the unprecedented times of COVID-19 worldwide.

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AFCN hosted a virtual closed roundtable with IFCN ahead of ARIJ21 forum

AFCN hosted a virtual closed roundtable with IFCN ahead of ARIJ21 forum November 10th, 2021   On the sidelines of the #ARIJ21 annual forum, the Arab Fact-Checkers Network (AFCN), held on Wednesday, November 10, a closed virtual round-table with the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN), which hosted 11 fact-checking institutions and initiatives from 10 Arab countries.…

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Combatting Disinformation in the Arab world

Combatting Disinformation in the Arab world ARIJ Publishes Policy Paper: “Combating Disinformation in the Arab World – The COVID-19 pandemic as a case study”

Misinformation/Disinformation Policy Paper Launch With FNF

Misinformation/Disinformation Policy Paper Launch With FNF In partnership with the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF), ARIJ is launching its policy paper on Combating Disinformation in the Arab World (in both Arabic and English). This session will be dedicated to discussing the findings and moving forward in light of them. Naming the political, psychological and…

International Fact Checking Network (IFCN) and the Code of Principles

and International Fact Checking Network (IFCN) and the Code of Principles Meet IFCN. The International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) at Poynter is committed to promoting excellence in fact-checking. We believe nonpartisan and transparent fact-checking can be a powerful instrument of accountability journalism; conversely, unsourced, or biased fact-checking can increase distrust in the media and experts while…

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Fact Checking in a Polarized Egyptian Public Opinion

Fact Checking in a Polarized Egyptian Public Opinion Saheeh Masr In the summer of 1967, Egyptians sat by their radios to listen to Ahmed Said, a broadcaster at “Sawt al-Arab” (voice of the Arabs), as he announced in his baritone voice that the “Egyptian army succeeded in defeating the Israeli army and is now teaching…

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