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02 Mar: Ten tips to stay away from disinformation during the war in Ukraine

After weeks of tensions, on 24 February 2022,  Russian armed forces invaded Ukraine. As soon as the war  in Ukraine began, disinformation also started spreading: false images, decontextualized videos, or plainly invented pieces of information invaded the internet and, in some cases, ended up on traditional media channels as well.


02 Mar: The world map of disinformation about the war in Ukraine

In #UkraineFacts – an initiative led by the Spanish fact-checking organization, with the contribution of tens of signatories of the International fact-checking network (Ifcn)’s code – you will find out in which countries each disinformation content has been detected and access the debunks of the different fact-checking organizations that have investigated it.


21 Jan: Pandemic and infodemic: parallel waves? Seven months of European fact-checking

An analysis based on the briefs on disinformation of the EDMO fact-checking network. Organizations that contributed: AFP, Correctiv, Delfi, Demagog, DPA, EFE Verifica, Ellinika Hoaxes, Facta, France tv, Knack, Maldita, Mimikama, Newtral, Ostro, Pagella Politica, Polígrafo, Surligneurs, The Journal FactCheck, Verificat, VerificaRTVE