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The scale and depth of disinformation circulating in our societies is a deep concern, not just for the news industry, but for all those who believe that to function effectively, people need accurate, verified information.



December 5, 2023 in Blog

Connecting the disconnected: global initiative proffers solution to major obstacles in climate change reporting

Audience apathy, resource challenges and restrictions, and fear of reprisal: new research reveals three major obstacles in climate reporting across South East Asia – even as we grapple with the…
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August 22, 2023 in Blog

Is your newsroom ready for an unexpected disaster?

Globally, concerted efforts are underway to plan better and coordinate responses to reduce the risk of future hazardous events. With the experience of COVID-19 still fresh, what planning should newsrooms…
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February 9, 2023 in Blog

Get your 2023 guide: Journalism in the Age of Pandemics 2.0

There is a new newsroom resource to help you improve your practice and coverage of science and health related issues. Produced as part of the Temasek Foundation WAN-IFRA Journalism Programme,…
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January 27, 2022 in Blog

Can Your Newsroom Meet the Challenge of the Climate Crisis?

2022-01-20. 2022 will be the year to tackle the complexities of covering climate change, says the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ) in a new report. The upcoming…
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