Survey shows that ability to identify misinformation remains poor.Experts have highlighted the importance of a nationwide media literacy campaign in Ukraine after new research showed that the public continue to be highly vulnerable to misinformation.
The survey, by Internews and USAID, revealed that although Ukrainians say that they have little trust in Russian media – one of the main sources of disinformation – their ability to identify fake news remained poor.
According to the research, 65 per cent of Ukrainians said they were able to distinguish fake news from real. However, when tested on three real examples, only 11 per cent of …read more
Source:: Institute for War & Peace Reporting