How Salud con Lupa Has Raised the Standard of Health Reporting in Latin America

Started as a Facebook group, it has grown into a digital platform covering public health issues. It is the only Spanish-language project selected by the Poynter Institute’s Checking Fact Innovation Challenge in the United States and the Facebook Journalism Project. For its founder, Fabiola Torres, to think about public health is to think about collective wellbeing. In a middle of a pandemic, that is more than a theoretical statement.

Cómo Salud con Lupa está elevando el estándar de la investigación de temas sanitarios en Latinoamérica

Comenzó como un grupo de Facebook y hoy es un medio digital especializado en temas de salud pública y el único proyecto en español en ser seleccionado en el Fact Checking Innovation Challenge, organizado por el Instituto Poynter y el Facebook Journalism Project. Para su fundadora, Fabiola Torres, pensar en salud pública es pensar en el bienestar colectivo. Y eso, en medio de una pandemia, es más que una declaración teórica.

Dragomir Quoted by The Economist

June 29, 2020
Our Director was quoted in an article about the latest developments concerning Voice of America, and Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty.

Pursuing Wickedness: Russia’s Disinformation and Propaganda in Romania – Part III.

June 29, 2020
In Romania, the control exerted over the bulk of the media by an oligarchy with political and economic self-interest lessens the country’s ability to defend against Russia’s information war, and it also encourages a range of domestic disinformation and propaganda practices.

What Happens When Academia and Media Work Together

When journalists team up with university researchers, only good things can come of it. With scale and structure, this type of collaboration can solve many, if not all, of the woes both journalism and academia are faced with.