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Would I Lie to You? How can journalists promote news that can be trusted?

When

Monday 18 March 2019

18.00-20.00 (people can then network in the bar)

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Where

NUJ HQ, Headland House, 72 Acton Street, London WC1X 9NB

Details

Fake news, rumour, propaganda & Facebook: how can journalists promote news that can be trusted?

Momo challenges, climate change, Brexit "facts" and duchesses at daggers drawn.

How can we work with media literacy projects, colleges & schools to help young people to have a critical understanding of the news they receive via Facebook and social media?

Come along to this event hosted by the NUJ for media literacy week.

Join the panel chaired by Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary:

  • Ben Dean, head of media policy, DCMS.
  • Angie Pitt, NewsWise.
  • Kate Morris, University of London, Goldsmiths, who is researching the teaching of news literacy in the UK.
  • Lucie Spicer, Shout Out UK.
  • Janette Ballard, BBC Young Reporter team.

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Price

£5 (includes a drink)

Further details and contact information

Frances Rafferty
Email: campaigns@nuj.org.uk

Tags: , media literacy, fake news, social media, facebook, twitter, dcms, Ben Dean, Angie Pitt, Newswise, Matteo Bergamini, Shout Out UK, bbc, BBC Young Reporter, momo