|Dr. Khieu Kanharith
Speakers for Asia Media Summit 2019 will be announced shortly.
“Amid the spread of fake news, media must exercise greater responsibility while we pursue more media literacy efforts”, Cambodian Information Minister Dr Khieu Kanharith said.
He admitted that combating fake news remains a challenge in the country where the use of internet and social media has dramatically increased.
Fake News: How Do You Know Which Is REAL or FAKE?
Fake News is fabricated news that is hot but can destroy trust, damage learning culture and create disorder if amplified and spread irresponsibly.
Nineteen participants from Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Singapore and Sri Lanka attended a three-day AIBD/UNESCO-IPDC Regional Workshop on ‘Addressing Gender Bias in Media’ from 27 to 29 March 2019 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was supported by UNESCO-IPDC.
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