Over 15.000 Judicial Operators will be trained on Freedom of Expression, Access to Public Information and the Safety of Journalists!
On 20 April 2020 the MOOC on freedom of expression access to public information and the protection of journalists for judicial officers begins
Tips to face disinformation
UNESCO proposes to collectively adopt a responsible attitude towards the reproduction of unverified content circulating on social networks
Disinformation: a silent weapon in times of pandemic
UNESCO and UNDP join forces to promote verified information against COVID 19
Young influencers challenge disinformation in Latin America
With millions of followers on their social networks they warn about the danger of amplifying unverified content and encourage them to commit to responsible habits
The impact of ICT on children and teenagers
UNESCO Montevideo releases a study on gender differences and inequalities in access and uses of ICT by girls boys and teenagers prepared by CeticbrNICbr and the UNESCO Regional Chair for Women Science and Technology in America Latina from FLACSOArgentina
How can Latin America and the Caribbean deal with disinformation?
UNESCO Montevideo and Chequeado have published a document so that the region has key input and seeks to mitigate the negative effects of the infodemic phenomenon
PortalCheck: a resource hub to support countering disinformation
Launched by UNESCO together with Chequeado LatamChequea and funded by the European Union PortalCheckorg is a new online platform with complementary resources and tools to help combat misdisinformation surrounding the COVID19 pandemic in Latin American and Caribbean
Capacity building in Latin America: journalism and technology beyond the screen
UNESCOs course Beyond the screen journalism and technology will provide journalists in Latin America with new tools and perspectives to tell more thorough critical and quality stories about the vast world of technology and the Internet
What is the impact of the pandemic on the financial health of the media?
UNESCO prepared a study that illustrates the changes and transformations in the production models sources of income and outputs of the Latin American media due to the COVID19 crisis