"This paper explores the ways in which digital and social media channels can be used successfully, appropriately, and responsibly to drive behaviour change in young men and women from lower socioeconomic groups.
"While evidence indicates the potential benefits of social media to behavior change communication, this paper, drawing on current literature, emphasizes the need for a strategic deployment of social media.
This is a handbook designed to help the media to support and communicate with their audiences about the COVID-19 pandemic. It is available in English, Ukrainian and Romanian.
This document offers tools to help the media play their role in the COVID-19 pandemic response through accurate, ethical and responsible reporting. It also proposes ways to approach coverage and encourages journalists to provide advice and solutions that can help reduce health risks and save people's lives.
This free course provides an excellent starting point for either individuals coming to gender studies for the first time, or those who wish to brush up on the basics through a more visual experience.
The Royal College of Physicians is urging people not to share "copycat" and "dangerous" videos claiming steam inhalation can prevent Covid-19. The BBC has found that alternative coronavirus treatments are being sent on chat apps like WhatsApp, as well as being widely available on social media.
This handbook is for journalists, doctors, nurses, policy makers, researchers, teachers, students, parents, and others.
This site serves as a collection of resources from around the world that can be used to gain further information about vaccines and their recommended usage.
On the 10th anniversary of Global Media and Information Literacy Week, stakeholders from all over the world gave a resounding affirmation as to the urgency to strengthen people’s media and information literacy competencies.
"Proliferating misinformation — even when the content is, in a best-case scenario, harmless — can have serious and even social and lethal health ramifications in the context of a global pandemic. In some countries, rumours about impending food scarcity prompted people to stockpile supplies early on in the epidemic and caused actual shortages."