“We Are in This Together”: How Our Shared Fragility Reminds Us of Our Shared Humanity
An interview with the Rt. Hon. Adrienne Clarkson
Madame Clarkson reflects on the fragility of our societies that has been exposed by COVID-19, the changing nature of media and journalism, and how far Canada...
The Massive Challenge of Governing Online Spaces Across Africa
An interview with Nanjala Nyabola
Nanjala discusses how the pandemic and trans-national movements like Black Lives Matter are already moving the dial on the future…
Pluralism in a Digital Age: Can We Build Algorithms for Inclusion?
Aleem Walji and Radhika Shah
A Conversation About Virtual Empathy
Waidehi Gokhale, CEO of Soliya
Reflecting on the impact of the pandemic on connection and exchange (both physical and virtual), the digital divide, and the...
From Pandemic to ‘Infodemic’: A Thriving Media Landscape is Urgently Needed
Antonio Zappulla, CEO of Thomson Reuters Foundation
The dangers of conspiracy theories, propaganda, and media extinction put societies at risk but pluralism is still the best antidote...
Using a Pluralism Lens to Think About Digital Citizenship Education in the Context of COVID-19
Nicole Fournier-Sylvester, GCP Education Manager
Highlighting how a Pluralism Lens can be applied to technology, the Internet, and education in the COVID-19 era and beyond.