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SLPI conducted the workshop on Digital Media Literacy and Unmasking False Narratives at Sri Palee Campus, University of Colombo

The Sri Lanka Press Institute's fact-checking team, FactSeeker, in collaboration with the US Embassy, Colombo, organized a workshop on digital media literacy and unmasking...

Workshop on Digital Media Literacy and Unmasking False Narratives empowers Undergraduates at the University of Kelaniya

The Sri Lanka Press Institute’s FactSeeker team in collaboration with the US Embassy conducted a workshop on "Digital Media Literacy and Unmasking False Narratives"...

SLPI/ICFJ workshop on financial forensics

Applications are open for SLPI/ICFJ workshop on financial forensics for journalists. The links to the applications are below. Sinhala - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1TgtEIjO6LPrjM3U_ILp1m_bO3zfOlu_1vHrouiaPlPg/edit?ts=643037eb Tamil  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScH3nlQWrIX3Cma69Kj452FKluBHFCMzQh1pIEYtRRKAtmPyg/viewform English - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/19Phv0ygvK3K1X92wFdnCTWmJ7NfW-drTFZ_tXMqgqqA/edit

SLPI Concerned over the Proposed Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) and its Implications on Freedom of Expression

The Sri Lanka Press Institute (SLPI), its constituents and affiliated organisations are deeply concerned over the proposed ‘Anti–Terrorism Act’ (ATA) published on 22 March...

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