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Check Fake!

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The tool is a result of Check Fake! project activity organized in Slovakia in August 2019 where 36 participants from 6 different countries met - Finland, Belgium, Turkey, Greece, Ukraine and Slovakia.

Aims of the tool

The handbook contains :
- check fake fundamentals - basic steps that everyone should bear in mind when reading news. What to do when you encounter a fake news article, when you talk to person who believes certain piece of fake news, disinformation
- basics of fake news, propaganda, disinformation
- non-formal learning activities to be used by young people or youth workers (critical thinking exercise, argumentation exercise)
- educational online games and board games created by participants
- another useful activities (manipulation, nudges).

Description of the tool

The handbook contains :
- check fake fundamentals - basic steps that everyone should bear in mind when reading news. What to do when you encounter a fake news article, when you talk to person who believes certain piece of fake news, disinformation
- basics of fake news, propaganda, disinformation
- non-formal learning activities to be used by young people or youth workers (critical thinking exercise, argumentation exercise)
- educational online games and board games created by participants
- another useful activities (manipulation, nudges).
The youth exchange Check Fake! helped participants to become more aware of what is manipulation, fake news, disinformation, propaganda etc. Young people got important knowledge and skills to be able to orient themselves more easily in a complex world we live in.

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Tool overview

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/2702

This tool is for

Young people 16 - 30 years old.

and addresses

YOUTH in ACTION (YiA) programme

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Unknown.

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Diana Jasekova (on 15 January 2020)

and last modified

29 December 2019

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