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How You Can Help Combat Misinformation

1. Think

Always ask yourself:

“Is this information correct?”

2. Check

Always check the source.

Was the story reported by multiple sources?

3. Share

Is the information accurate?

Go ahead and share it!

We develop tools to foster critical thinking for a better-informed society

Co-Inform Submits Evidence to the UK House of Lords Select Committee on Democracy and Digital Technologies

The UK House of Lords Select Committee on Democracy and Digital Technologies issued a Call for Evidence to collect the views of experts on a range of relevant areas. One of the key areas considered by the Committee is misinformation.

Co-Inform Completes the Second Round of Co-Creation Workshops

Citizens, journalists, and policymakers gathered once again in Botkyrka (Sweden), Vienna, and Athens to allow the project to move one step forward and collect their feedback on some existing fact-checking tools.

Co-Inform Joins Workshop at International Cybercrime Conference

Scytl’s Public Policy Researcher, Adrià Rodríguez-Pérez, has contributed to a workshop discussion on cybercrime, “fake news,” and election interference at the 2019 Octopus Conference.

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Co-inform project is co-funded by Horizon 2020 – the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020)
H2020-SC6-CO-CREATION-2016-2017 (CO-CREATION FOR GROWTH AND INCLUSION)
Type of action: RIA (Research and Innovation action)
Proposal number: 770302