Media
Apr 2021 - Vaccine Hesitancy and Misinformation

Eileen Culloty was interviewed on the Ireland AM TV programme as part of a segment addressing vaccine hesitancy. Eileen spoke about some of the motivations behind vaccine disinformation and appeared
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Jan 2021 - We need much more than media literacy to tackle Covid-19 disinformation

Provenance PI Jane Suiter wrote an opinion piece in The Irish Times about efforts to tackle Covid-19 anti-vax disinformation. She discusses a number of ideas relating to combating
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Dec 2020 - The rise of the far-right article

Eileen Culloty was interviewed by Stephen Moloney for an article in Gay Community News about far-right activity and hate speech in Ireland. Provenance is described as “an EU
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Nov 2020 - Vaccine task force to meet as rollout plans considered

Eileen Culloty was interviewed for an item about vaccine disinformation on RTÉ Morning Ireland. As vaccines are one of the two topic use cases in the Provenance project, Eileen
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Nov 2020 - Warning over 'infodemic' as vaccine hopes rise article

Eileen Culloty was interviewed for an RTÉ article by Eleanor Burnhill on vaccine disinformation. Vaccines are one of the two topic use cases in the Provenance project. Eileen is
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Oct 2020 - Podcast on 'fake News and Covid 19'

On 20 October, Provenance’s Eileen Culloty participated in a podcast on 'fake News and Covid 19' for the Dublin Law & Politics Review. The podcast examined the implications
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May 2020 - Thinking Through the Crisis podcast

Eileen Culloty was interviewed for a TASC podcast on Covid-19 misinformation. TASC is an Irish think-tank that engages in research and public outreach concerning inequality, democracy, and their
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Apr 2020 - Covid-19 and conspiracy theories news segment

Eileen Culloty was interviewed for RTÉ News about the rise of conspiracy theories about Covid-19. 
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Apr 2020 - Tackling misinformation during covid-19 article

The Provenance project was featured in an article by John Crowley for the Ethical Journalism Network. The Ethical Journalism Network is a worldwide coalition of more than 70 groups of
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Mar 2020 - Truth, trust and trolls podcast

Eileen Culloty appears on the Field Day podcast to discuss conspiracy theories. The podcast was recorded in December before the current Covid-19 crisis and associated rise in conspiracy claims.
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July 2019 - Why do we continually fall for fake stories and false claims?

Eileen Culloty wrote an article for RTÉ Brainstorm, an Irish platform for translating academic research for the public. Eileen explains that susceptibility to disinformation comes down to a complex
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Dec 2018 - DCU video about Provenance

Ahead of the Provenance kick-off meeting, Dublin City University has produced a social media video explaining the aims of the project. The video features Jane Suiter and Eileen Culloty
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Nov 2018 - DCU leads €2.4m EU project to tackle ‘fake news’

Silicone Republic, Ireland’s leading technology magazine, reported the launch of the Provenance project. Provenance is described as a three-year project “funded by the European Commission’
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Nov 2018 - The Provenance project and countering disinformation

Eileen Culloty was interviewed about the launch of the Provenance project on RTÉ Radio One 'Drivetime’, Ireland’s flagship current affairs programme. Eileen explained the aims of
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