News | Provenance attends SOMA verification workshop

21 March 2019 01:00

Representing Provenance, Eileen Culloty attended the first SOMA High-level workshop on disinformation, which took place at the National Science Museum in Milan, Italy, on 20 March 2019. Hosted by Pagella Politica, the workshop was an occasion for confrontation and exchange among stakeholders in the European fact-checking community, offering the chance to discuss some of the key topics in disinformation, including: the spread of fake news and hoaxes across EU borders; examples of collaborative actions in fact-checking in the EU; fact-checking tools; fact-checking and politics.

 The event was followed by a meeting of relevant H2020 projects.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
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