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Facebook partners Dubawa for fact-checking in Nigeria
following the recent launch of its third-party fact-checking program in partnership with africa check and afp, facebook today announced its third partner, nigerian fact-checking organisation dubawa, part of a global network of fact-checking organisations, certified by the non-partisan international fact-checking network – poynter. helping to assess the accuracy of news and reduce the spread
TechCabal Daily, 709 – Facebook Has Partnered With Dubawa
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Dubawa Fact-Checking Fellowship for Nigerian journalists
deadline: march 31, 2019 the premium times centre for investigative journalism (ptcij), through its fact-checking project, dubawa, is now accepting applications from professional journalists for its flagship 2019 fellowship program. the dubawa fact-checking fellowship aims at providing an opportunity for five (5) analytical, daring, dedicated and innovative journalists to research and write