28.4 C

Fight against fake news continues

Must read

- Advertisement -


MANILA, Philippines — IN an effort to curb the proliferation of fake news in the country, specially in social media and the community press, the Philippine Press Institute (PPI) keeps the ball rolling as it brings the ‘fight’ to colleges and universities both in the imperial Manila and in the countryside.

Just over the week, the training team conducted the scholastic program on fake news at the Polytechnic University of Philippines (PUP) at its main campus in Sta. Mesa where close to 200 students, teachers, and employees attended.

FIGHTING DISINFORMATION. Close to 200 students, teachers, and employees pose with the training team of the Philippine during the conduct of its scholastic program on fake news at the Polytechnic University of Philippines (PUP) at its main campus in Sta. Mesa.|Photo credit: ROGINE DE MATA/PPI

Supported by Nickel Asia Corporation (NAC) as PPI’s principal partner in civic journalism which is the latter’s flagship program, the most recent seminar is the third installment of the campus roadshow which is an expanded program of last year’s seminar series.

Like in the past legs of the roadshow, the participants  sign the covenant of commitment to hand in hand fight against the reign of fake news in all media platforms.|#BALIKAS_News

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

More articles

‘If necessary, the government should also subsidize rice traders, not just small retailers, in order to keep the price caps sustainable’ House minority leader warns of potential ‘foreign state actors’ exploiting global surge in rice prices to undermine PH, other...
The countdown to Christmas Day begins on September 16 as SM launches a host of fun activities, deals, and surprises for each member of the family.  It starts with surprises each day! From September 16 to December 25, someone lucky...
NINE cooperative beneficiaries for food processing enterprises of the Department of Agriculture - Philippine Rural Development Project (DA-PRDP) in CALABARZON were trained on Food Safety Hazards and current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) facilitated by the Department of Science and...
- Advertisement -

Latest article

- Advertisement -