Five key objectives

The PROVENANCE project has five key objectives.

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Seven partners

Provenance draws together expertise from seven partners across Europe.

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One overarching goal

Provenance aims to provide the basis of a new social network grounded in verification.

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We retweeted Stephan Lewandowsky (13 Jan 2021 10:58)
Very pleased to see this being posted by @crest_research . In a nutshell the study shows that a brief video that explains misleading rhetorical techniques used by extremists (based on YouTube analysis) can inoculate people against Islamophobic and Islamist misinformation 1/n https://t.co/mYwcRzqFQx
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We tweeted (12 Jan 2021 10:20)
The @datasociety Media Manipulation and Disinformation Online report by @alicetiara @beccalew does a great job at outlining 'attention-hacking' and how disinfo actors manipulate the media to get coverage. https://t.co/zQpAvtzAeM https://t.co/BXkhyjwUSN
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Recent news
Published 15 Jan 2021 11:53
How the far-right incite hatred in Ireland
How the far-right incite hatred in Ireland
The Irish far-right is exploiting the death of George Nkencho to promote its racist ideology. First they presented George Nkencho as a hardened criminal, but he had no previous
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Published 18 Dec 2020 00:00
Live thread from the Countering Online Disinformation panel
Live thread from the Countering Online Disinformation panel
On the 17th of December, Provenance sponsored a panel on countering disinformation at the CEST Age of Misinformation conference.  The panel was chaired by Provenance's Eileen Culloty and
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Talks & Presentations
Published 03 Dec 2020 16:56
Dec 2020 - Project Expo Meta Forum
Dec 2020 - Project Expo Meta Forum
On 3 December, Bilal Yousuf and Atif Qureshi presented a poster of the Provenance project at the second annual ELG conference: Meta Forum 2020, the international conference series on powerful
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Published 26 Nov 2020 09:00
Nov 2020 - Irish Health Research Board Annual Conference
Nov 2020 - Irish Health Research Board Annual Conference
On November 25th, Provenance’s Eileen Culloty delivered a presentation on ‘understanding and countering disinformation to the Irish Health Research Board Annual Conference. The  conference on Trust
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Emblem of the EU
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 825227

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