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World Health Organization (WHO) 1h
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Short documentaries or fiction films (3 to 8 minutes) & short videos for social media or animations (1 to 5 minutes) can be submitted for each competition category: 🔸Universal health coverage 🔸Health emergencies 🔸Better health & well-being 📽️
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World Health Organization (WHO) 2h
We invite independent film-makers, production companies, NGOs, communities, students, & film schools from around the 🌐 to submit their original short films to the 2nd Film Festival🎞️ 🗓️ Submissions are open: 24 Oct. 2020 to 30 Jan. 2021 📽️
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World Health Organization (WHO) 20h
The World Health Organization and Foundation expand access to trusted information about on 👉
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World Health Organization (WHO) 13h
Replying to @WHO
Since the beginning of the pandemic, WHO has taken steps to prevent an “infodemic”— an overabundance of information & the rapid spread of misleading or fabricated news, images, & videos. Here are 7 tips for stopping the spread of misinformation:
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World Health Organization (WHO) 13h
Replying to @Wikimedia
Through the WHO- collaboration, people everywhere will be able to access and share WHO infographics, videos, and other public health assets on Wikimedia Commons, a digital library of free images and other multimedia.
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World Health Organization (WHO) 13h
🔝 tips to identify misinformation or disinformation: 7⃣ Turn to fact-checkers ✅ When in doubt, consult trusted fact-checking organizations, like & global news outlets focused on debunking misinformation, incl. & 👉
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World Health Organization (WHO) 17h
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🔝 tips to identify misinformation or disinformation: 6⃣ Check your biases 🤔 We all have biases. These factor into our views what’s happening. Evaluate your own biases & why you may have been drawn to a particular headline or story. 👉
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World Health Organization (WHO) 18h
Accountability is at the core of our work across the world. Learn about how WHO uses the resources it receives to drive impact in the🆕Results Report 2018-19 👉
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World Health Organization (WHO) 18h
Replying to @WHO
The collaboration is part of a shared commitment from both organizations to ensure everyone has access to critical public health information surrounding the pandemic 👉
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World Health Organization (WHO) 19h
Replying to @WHO
🔝 tips to identify misinformation or disinformation: 5⃣ Examine the supporting evidence 🔍 Credible stories back up their claims with facts – for example, quotes from experts or links to statistics or studies. 👉
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World Health Organization (WHO) 20h
The World Health Organization and Foundation expand access to trusted information about on 👉
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus 20h
What a very thoughtful message from Jimin - 감사합니다! Children are indeed affected by restrictions, we should do our best to help them understand the situations, and support and comfort them. Together, we will end this pandemic. .
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus 20h
Saddened by the passing of Dr J Michael Lane, a hero of eradication. My deepest regrets & sympathy for the loss of one of the world’s most dedicated smallpox fighters, both before & after global eradication. We will continue to honour his legacy.
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World Health Organization (WHO) 20h
Replying to @WHO
🔝 tips to identify misinformation or disinformation: 4⃣ Check the date 📅 Ask yourself these questions: Is this a recent story? Is it up to date & relevant to current events? Has a headline, image or statistic been used out of context? 👉
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World Health Organization (WHO) 21h
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🔝 tips to identify misinformation or disinformation: 3⃣ Identify the author ✍️ Search the author’s name online to see if they are real or credible. 👉
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World Health Organization (WHO) 21h
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🔝 tips to identify misinformation or disinformation: 2⃣ Go beyond headlines 📰 Read more than just the headline of an article, they may be intentionally sensational or provocative – go further and look at the entire story. 👉
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World Health Organization (WHO) 22h
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Let's focus on what we can do now to stop . Decisions that all of us make, following the advice from health authorities, are having an impact. We have to and we will get through this together. -
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World Health Organization (WHO) 22h
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🔝 tips to identify misinformation or disinformation: 1⃣ Assess the source 📇 Who shared the information with you and where did they get it from? Even if it is friends or family, you still need to vet their source. 👉
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World Health Organization (WHO) 23h
We are all being exposed to a huge amount of information ℹ️ on a daily basis, and not all of it is reliable. Here are 7⃣ tips for telling the difference and stopping the spread of misinformation.
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WHO African Region Oct 22
! Join our LIVE Africa press briefing on Rapid Diagnostic Tests for COVID-19 in with .
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