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Vietnam to receive award for teaching smart news consumption

10.09.2020 165 просмотров

Vietnamese news agency's anti-fake news project wins international press award.

The Vietnam News Agency (VNA) Anti-Fake News Project won the top prize in the Best News Literacy Project category. It is one of ten categories in the Digital Media Asia 2020 Awards, presented by WAN-IFRA, the Worldwide News Publishers Association.

The winners are expected to be officially announced at the Digital Media Asia 2020 ceremony to be held on October 15 this year .

The VNA Fake News Project, titled "Fighting Fake News - Creative Ideas and Effective Solutions", consists of three parts: anti-fake news song in 15 languages, including English, Spanish, Russian, Italian, German, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Indonesian, Khmer, Lao and Arabic; Factcheckvn TikTok account to engage young people and an educational campaign that gives students the skills to distinguish fake news from real news.

Today, fake news is spreading all over the world, and Vietnam is no exception. Known as one of the leading media agencies in the Socialist Republic, the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) is a pioneer in the fight against fake news. Thousands of in-depth publications not only warn viewers and readers about the threats of fake news, but also actively expose misinformation in the press.

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