Misinformation spreads faster when we’re upset.

Pause, #takecarebeforeyoushare

“Think and be careful how you share all the news that you see on the internet.”
See how the UN’s Verified campaign has taken to the local airwaves to encourage young people in Liberia to do their part to fight misinformation amid #COVID19.

In rural India, not everyone has access to verified information about COVID19.

See how Gram Vaani, a voice-based community platform is helping provide accurate & up-to-date information.

None of us are immune to the spread of medical misinformation. Dr Seema Yasmin talks about how medical myths can fool us all.

When people feel fear they reach for explanations that confirm their prejudices. Gabriela Gorjon explains what misinformation has spread in Mexico.

135 million people are on the brink of starvation, with COVID-19 it could become 270 million. David Beasley explains why we need to pay attention to world hunger.

Verify the source
Beware of one-sided information
Check your unconscious bias

Matteo Bergamini, the CEO of Shout Out UK, has tips on identifying misinformation. #TakeCareBeforeYouShare

There are over 100 COVID-19 vaccines in development. Vaccine expert Samantha Vanderslott explains how the Coronavirus vaccine will be made.

Dr David Nabarro is a special envoy for the World Health Organization. He shares what the SARS and Ebola responses can teach us about COVID-19, and explains what the most dangerous misinformation about the virus is.