April 2, 2019

International Fact-Checking Day

In honor of International Fact-Checking Day, we asked fact-checkers around the world to introduce themselves. And to tell us some examples of the work they've done.

About International Fact-Checking Day

International Fact-Checking Day is promoted by the International Fact-Checking Network in partnership with fact-checking organizations around the world. We believe that fact-checking shouldn't be something only professional fact-checkers do. An accurate information ecosystem requires everyone to do their part.

Fact-Checking Day is a rallying cry for more facts in politics, journalism, and everyday life. It is meant to be lighthearted, but practical.

On this website you will find tip sheets and a reading list for everyday media consumers, course material for high school and college students, an interactive quiz and more.

Make sure to follow @factchecknet, #FactcheckingDay and #FactCheckIt on Twitter to take part in the global conversation on April 2.

For press inquiries, email factchecknet@poynter.org. Read about last year's edition of International Fact-Checking Day on The Washington Post.

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