A small share can have big consequences. Join the United Nations and #PledgetoPause before sharing online to help stop the spread of harmful misinfromation.

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Misinformation experts come together to explain why it’s important to Pause and #takecarebeforeyoushare
A short pause before you share online will help to break the chain to stop misinformation from damaging our world.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an incredible acceleration of science. Here Prof. Pardis Sabeti explains how the global scientific community has responded to the virus and is working at an unprecedented pace to try to save lives.

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At a time when global economies, health systems and national infrastructures are being severely strained, women are often forgotten by the policy-makers who are directing the response.
UN Women’s Funmi Balogun on inequalities towards women during COVID-19.

Deforestation is pushing animals and humans closer together, increasing the risk of zoonotic diseases passing from animals to humans, including COVID-19. Protecting our planet is protecting ourselves.

Misinformation spreads faster when we’re upset.

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Forwarded messages look like they come from friends and family, but actually they can be harmful and easily spread. Here is how to stop misinformation spreading in your WhatsApp messages.