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Telling stories with data
It’s all about the test: Counting COVID-19 deaths
Asking the right questions for a better-informed public
Lies and democracy: Who are the truth tellers?
The role and responsibilities of media in divided societies. Discuss.
Book review: Anna Lo: The Place I Call Home
The role of media in conflict: A Féile discussion
Reporting the Troubles: A swirl of emotions
Post-Agreement identity narratives: A photographic essay
“In my imagination, it was true”: Margins of Excess exhibition talk by Max PINCKERS
Is ethical journalism possible in a contested place?
Beyond fake news: Working collaboratively to address misinformation #NICSLive
Media guidelines potential remedy for damaging past reportage
Book review: Don’t Mention the War (Vicky COSSTICK)
Stephen NOLAN: Enhancing democratic debate in the era of fake news?
Book review: Bobby Sands by Yan MORVAN
Earning trust “story by story”
The Lost Moment exhibition: The provocation of 1968
Ensuring trustworthiness, quality and value in all our work
“The fightback begins in Northern Ireland!” says Byrnes
Is fake news a problem? World Forum for Democracy 2017
“Fact-checking keeps growing!” Report from #GlobalFact4
Of lying (and truth) in politics (SRF Radio 2)
A lexicon of conflict – Paul SEAWRIGHT exhibition “Things Left Unsaid”