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Facts not Fakes: Tackling Disinformation, Strengthening Information Integrity

Rising disinformation has far-reaching consequences in many policy areas ranging from public health to national security. It can cast doubt on factual evidence, jeopardise the implementation of public policies and undermine people's trust in the integrity of democratic institutions. This report explores how to respond to these challenges and reinforce democracy. It presents an analytical framework to guide countries in the design of policies, looking at three complementary dimensions: implementing policies to enhance the transparency, accountability, and plurality of information sources; fostering societal resilience to disinformation; and upgrading governance measures and public institutions to uphold the integrity of the information space.

Published on March 04, 2024Also available in: French

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword
Executive summary
Introduction: Toward a comprehensive framework for countering disinformation and reinforcing information integrity
Implementing policies to enhance the transparency, accountability, and plurality of information sources
Fostering societal resilience to disinformation
Upgrading governance measures and institutional architecture to uphold the integrity of the information space
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