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Are Anti-Corruption Protests in Lebanon and Iraq Raising New Awareness About Disinformation?

While many uprisings around the world have seen governments turn off the Internet, it is clear that now the tactic is the opposite: flooding people with information so that people do not know what is true from what is not.

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Paul Paulino Guajajara's Death Is An International Wakeup Call To The Rising Death Toll of Indigenous Peoples in Bolsonaro's Brazil

Bolsonaro is pushing a narrative in the right wing media that indigenous people are not worthy of protection. Meet the Brazilians fighting this rhetoric.

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"Climate Strike" is the Word of the Year. But Are We Missing Some of the Story?

"Climate Strike" is the word of the year. But while journalists were busy drooling over Extinction Rebellion and Greta Thunberg, were they missing other important stories?

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Can #MeToo Become #WeToo? How A Lack of Diversity in #MeToo Coverage Is Leading to the Return of Predatory Men

Originally, #MeToo was started by Tarana Burke--then it became about the stories of the rich and famous. How can we uplift all voices, and show predators where their place is once and for all?

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Have Russian Media Forgotten About Anna Politkovskaya's Legacy

Politkovskaya’s main ‘crime’ was questioning Russia’s state-sanctioned narrative about the War. Does her legacy live on?

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Who Here Has Been Raped And Speaks English? Reporting Sexual Violence With Duty of Care

How can journalists tell stories about sexual violence—which is important, particularly in understanding war, and ending impunity—while still respecting a duty of care towards survivors?

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Black History Month: Is Blackfishing A Sinister, Millennial Form of Blackface?

As we celebrate Black History Month, it is important to investigate how the black fishing phenomenon is capitalising on black culture, while completely disregarding black history.

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Blackout in Kashmir: How Competing Narratives Obscure Human Tragedy

In Kashmir, a media blackout has left the conflict vulnerable to manipulation by the press offices of the occupying forces. But Kashmiri voices are starting to get out--and tell the real human cost of the conflict.

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