Six Moldovan civil society and media organisations to get EU funding to fight against misinformation  
December 1, 2022

Six Moldovan civil society and media organisations to get EU funding to fight against misinformation  


Six Moldovan civil society and media organisations will fight against misinformation with the support of the European Union.

Centrul Media pentru Tineri, Klumea, Asociatia ADEPT, Super Like, WatchDog.MD and Comunitatea Plus all received grants of €38,000 each.

Activities planned by these organisations include quizzes, interactive games and educational films, as well as research to monitor the impact of misinformation on the public.

The organisations and institutions were selected as part of the project ‘Supporting Independent Press and Information Sustainability in Moldova’, funded by the European Union and implemented by Internews Moldova.

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