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Track 4.2:

Lessons learned from COVID-19: How network journalism helped to produce scientific stories and tackle misinformation

Journalists have a larger role in poor countries. They must seek information from outside the country in order to get the facts. One of the means is 'Network Journalism'. Journalists from affluent countries have profited greatly from 'Network journalism' during the Covid-19 Pandemic. The support of network journalism in obtaining correct data and information sheets from the concerned researcher and organization was (is) invaluable.

  • Day: March 30
  • Time: from 11:30am to 12:45pm
  • Room: Salon Restrepo Salon 3

Moderator: Laura Vélez Hernández 
Speakers: Saadeqa KhanGobinda PokharelMaria BolevichDewi Safitri