Thanks for this information.
I believe this is the second that have come across on the list, the other
was probably last year and I had raised an issue on the segregation that
the training was putting up.
The issue of Fake News is a phenomenon that applies to all ages especially
since Social Media hit. More elderly people are being affected by fake news
and keep circulating them via Social media. I would recommend that the
training be opened to people of all ages.
On Fri, Oct 9, 2020 at 2:34 PM Lolyne Ongeri via kictanet <
> Dear listers,
> I hope this email finds you well.
> We are opening applications for the 2020 Digital Literacy and Fake News
> Virtual Training, for the month of October.
> The training aims at creating awareness and stimulating conversations
> targeting the youth on governance issues such as anti-corruption,
> accountability, elections, fake news, digital rights and media freedoms.
> The training will also explore the use of digital communication platforms
> to bring together and enhance conversation among the Kenyans, especially on
> democratic and accountable governance.
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> Kind Regards,
> Lolyne Ongeri | Digital Communications Executive, Bloggers Association of
> Kenya (BAKE).
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