Events and News
Trolls vs the West
Internews Ukraine and UkraineWorld.org invite you to the online event Trolls against the West: Who Is Spreading Anti-Western Propaganda in Ukraine, How and Why
How Ukrainian Regional Media is Surviving in the Coronacrisis
Internews Ukraine has tried to understand how the corona crisis has influenced the Ukrainian regional media – both the challenges it has brought and how regional media have responded.
How is Ukrainian Regional Media Surviving in the Coronacrisis?
On July 9th, Internews Ukraine presents a report on how the coronacrisis has influenced the Ukrainian regional media – both the challenges it has brought and how regional media have responded.
ANTIBOT: HOW TO EXPOSE INFORMATION MANIPULATION?
Онлайн тренінг буде присвячено методам протистояння ботам, фейкам та інформаційним «вкидам» (зокрема, кремлівського походження) на основі досвіду іноземних та українських експертів.
THE NATIONAL ANNUAL MEDIA CONTEST ON DECENTRALISATION 2020
If you are covering the results of decentralization reform, take part in the National Media Contest on Decentralisation 2020 for journalists.
Antibot: How to Expose Information Manipulation?
16–18 березня у Києві відбудеться тренінг «Антибот: як викривати інформаційні маніпуляції». Участь безкоштовна.
How Social Networks Affect Politics in Ukraine: Research Findings
This study proves that Ukrainian Facebook, Instagram and VKontakte are ﬂawed virtual mirrors that provide us with only a distorted picture of society. They all give different perspectives. But together they provide a picture of how Ukrainians perceived the elections and the new parliament, and how this interaction may have shaped Ukraine’s new political landscape.
How social networks affect politics? Offline chat with analysts and political stakeholders
On November 28, NGO Internews Ukraine will hold an offline discussion and present the study "Memocracy: How Social Networks Affect Politics in Ukraine".
Ukraine’s New Parliament: What Social Media Users Think About It
Since the beginning of work of the new Rada, Ukrainians have scrutinized and criticized every decision of the new MPs and the President’s appointees.
What media outlets in Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine are writing about the autocephaly of Ukrainian Orthodoxy
Our analysts conducted cross-border monitoring of Russian propaganda messages in the local media outlets of Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine in their reporting on the establishment of the independent Ukrainian Orthodox Church.