The Digital Enquirer Kit is centered around misinformation, fact-based research and digital security.
CivicSignal is Code for Africa's AI/machine learning initiative, using large-scale media monitoring to map the content/creator landscape and underlying business models for disinformation profiteers. Additionally, CivicSignal uses AI-driven language processing tools to analyze the underlying narratives that shape public discourse and perceptions and make the public vulnerable to disinformation and extremism.
This is I Am Here International.
One hundred and fifty thousand people all around the world, who take action every day of the year on social media against hate speech and disinformation to counter hatred, protect the targeted and inspire people to speak out to defend human rights and freedom of speech.
I Am Here International is an apolitical, non-religious, non-profit international organization. Its vision is to create an internet without hate and misinformation to ensure and maintain a democratic and inclusive society.
A report analyzing online spaces being weaponized to exclude women leaders and undermine the role of women in public life. It investigates gendered disinformation on Poland and the Philippines through Twitter data analyses. Additionally, it analyzes themes and topics of gendered disinformation online and actors that typically disseminate it.
A user guide for civil society organizations and researchers to assess the vulnerability of a country’s electoral integrity to online manipulation. It also provides strategies for both parties to assemble reports based on a standard methodology and comparable datasets.
Domestic and foreign disinformation narratives are deepening public disillusion over Serbia’s complex democratic transition process and its prospects for European integration. In this vein, the National Democratic Institute’s (NDI) public opinion research in Serbia in 2018 highlighted the importance of “microenvironments”—local communities—as consequential to how citizens process information on public affairs, including disinformation narratives, which are primarily received through mainstream broadcast media.
The Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT) brings together the technology industry, government, civil society, and academia to foster collaboration and information-sharing to counter terrorist and violent extremist activity online.
GIFCT’s strategic planning and programming centers on three pillars:
The Dangerous Speech Project was founded in 2010 to study speech (any form of human expression) that inspires violence between groups of people – and to find ways to mitigate this while protecting freedom of expression. We work primarily in four areas:
The global RTI Rating measures the strength of the legal framework for the right to access information held by public authorities (the right to information or RTI).
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This project seeks to understand the health of the UK online information ecosystem, including tracking the spread of divisive and misleading content.
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