In an age of misinformation, sustainable newsroom collaborations should become a priority

The benefits for collaborative verification projects demonstrate that funders should be supporting newsrooms and fact-checkers to work together on a long-term basis

First Draft
Nov 20, 2018 · 6 min read
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Jornal do Commercio, based in Recife, ran full pages of Comprova debunks in its weekend editions several times during the project.
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First Draft Footnotes

We work to protect communities around the world from harmful information.

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Non-profit tackling misinformation globally. Check out our website: firstdraftnews.org

First Draft Footnotes

We work to protect communities from harmful information, sharing tips and resources to build resilience and improve access to accurate information.

First Draft

Written by

Non-profit tackling misinformation globally. Check out our website: firstdraftnews.org

First Draft Footnotes

We work to protect communities from harmful information, sharing tips and resources to build resilience and improve access to accurate information.

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