List of fact-checking websites

This list of fact-checking websites includes websites that provide fact-checking services about both political and non-political subjects.

The Reporters' Lab at Duke University maintains a database of fact-checking organizations that is managed by Mark Stencel and Bill Adair. The database tracks more than 100 non-partisan organizations around the world. The Lab's inclusion criteria is based on whether the organization

  • examines all parties and sides;
  • examines discrete claims and reaches conclusions;
  • tracks political promises;
  • is transparent about sources and methods;
  • discloses funding/affiliations;
  • and whether its primary mission is news and information.[1]

By regionEdit

AfricaEdit

  • Africa Check:[2] Africa's first independent fact-checking organisation with offices in Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Senegal and the UK checking claims made by public figures and the media in Africa.

AsiaEdit

BangladeshEdit

  • BDFactCheck
  • BOOM Bangladesh
  • Rumor Scanner

JordanEdit

  • Fatabyyano, the only IFCN signatory that publishes in Arabic. They use short videos to share fact-checks.[3]

MalaysiaEdit

SingaporeEdit

MongoliaEdit

  • Mongolian Fact Checking Center

IndiaEdit

International Fact-Checking Network signatories:[4]

  • Alt News is a fact-checking website.[5]
  • BOOM is an IFCN certified independent digital journalism initiative.[6]
  • WebQoof is The Quint's IFCN-certified fact-checking initiative.[7]
  • Vishvas News is a multilingual fact checking website which is certified by International Fact Checking Network (IFCN).
  • Fact Crescendo is an IFCN Certified multilingual fact checking website, they also have a presence in Sri Lanka & Myanmar.
  • You Turn is an IFCN-certified fact-checking website run primarily in Tamil language.[8]
  • India Today Fact Check - is part of TV Today Network Ltd. The Fact Check section is part of the India Today website but is managed separately and independently from the editorial operations of India Today.[9]
  • Factly is an Indian data journalism/public information portal. Each news story on FACTLY is backed by factual evidence/data from official sources that is either available in the public domain or that is collated/gathered/collected using tools such as the Right to Information (RTI).
  • NewsMobile is a global fact-checker based in India.
  • Newschecker.in is a website to expose bias/agenda.
  • THIP Media, the media arm of The Healthy Indian Project , is a fact check website that is dedicated to health information fact check. Apart from being an IFCN signatory,[10] THIP Media is further certified by the HONcode.[11][12]

Not on IFCN list of signatories:

Rejected by IFCN:

  • Fact Hunt is a website that claims to have been rejected by the IFCN in 2020.[17][18]
  • OpIndia is a right-wing news portal that was rejected by the IFCN in 2019.[19]

JapanEdit

  • GoHoo: Launched by a nonprofit association Watchdog for Accuracy in News-reporting, Japan (WANJ or 一般社団法人 日本報道検証機構) on November 16, 2014. Crowd-funded approx. 1.6 million yen through Ready For.[20] Awarded Social Business Grand Prize 2012 Summer.[21]
  • Japan Center of Education for Journalists (JCEJ): Fosters journalists and fact-checkers by referring to a Journalist's Guide to Social Sources published by First Draft News, a project of the Harvard Kennedy School's Shorenstein Center. JCEJ itself also debunks falsehoods.[22]

TaiwanEdit

Hong KongEdit

AustraliaEdit

EuropeEdit

ArmeniaEdit

  • Fip.am, launched by the NGO "Union of Informed Citizens" (UIC) in 2016 as Sut.am and renamed in September 2018[25]
  • media.am media critique and analytic website and media literacy platform by Media Initiatives Center[citation needed]

AustriaEdit

  • Mimikama:[26] Austrian fact-checking website which mainly focuses on Facebook hoaxes in the German and Dutch language area.

AzerbaijanEdit

  • FaktYoxla, is an initiative implemented by Institute for Democratic Initiatives, focusing on political news and information.[27]
  • Yalan-Doğru Təftiş, functions actively on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Telegram, but any proper information about its affiliation is not available.[28][29]

CroatiaEdit

FinlandEdit

  • Faktabaari:[31][32] a Finnish awarded and politically independent fact-checking website, launched in 2014.

FranceEdit

  • Les Décodeurs:[33] French fact-checking blog run by Le Monde.
  • Factuel: French fact-checking blog run by the Agence France-Presse.
  • CaptainFact: French collaborative fact-checking platform.

GeorgiaEdit

  • FactCheck Georgia:[34] a project of the Tbilisi-based think-tank Georgia's Reforms Associates (GRASS), launched in 2013.[35]

GermanyEdit

  • Volksverpetzer.de, launched by Thomas Laschyk
  • Correctiv.org, launched by "Recherchen für die Gesellschaft gemeinnützige GmbH"

GreeceEdit

  • Ellinikahoaxes.gr:[36] a Greek fact-checking website launched in 2013. Debunks hoaxes, urban legends, fake news, internet scams and other stories of questionable origin.
  • Factchecker.gr:[37] an independent Greek fact-checking website launched in February 2017 specializing in pseudoscience and medical frauds.[38]

ItalyEdit

  • Bufale.net:[39] Italian national fact-checking service website and creators of the first antifakenews addon for Chrome
  • Pagella Politica:[40] an Italian fact-checking website.

LithuaniaEdit

  • Demaskuok.lt and Debunk.eu: launched by Delfi and other Lithuanian online media.

MoldovaEdit

  • Stopfals.md: launched by Association of Independent Press (API) from the Republic of Moldova in 2017

NetherlandsEdit

  • Nieuwscheckers: fact-checking initiative by the Leiden University

NorwayEdit

  • Faktisk.no: Fact-checking site focusing on public debate in Norway. Set up by rival Norwegian media outlets and a part of IFCN[41]

PolandEdit

  • Demagog:[42] First fact-checking website in Poland, dedicated to fact check political statements. Member of International Fact-Checking Network at Poynter Institute.
  • Fakenews.pl:[43] a Polish fact-checking website.

PortugalEdit

  • Observador:[44] First newspaper in Portugal with fact-checking section. First Portuguese member of International Fact-Checking Network at Poynter Institute.
  • Polígrafo:[45] Online fact-checking website. Also featured on a SIC news programme.

RomaniaEdit

  • Factual.ro:[46] First fact-checking website in Romania, dedicated to fact check political statements. Set up by the Funky Citizens NGO.

SpainEdit

  • Miniver.org:[47] First dedicated fact-checking web in Spain, launched in 2017, with the purpose of debunking fake news. Accredited by Google as fact-checking organization.
  • Newtral:[48] Spanish fact-checking organization founded by journalist Ana Pastor from LaSexta. Currently the official news verifier for Facebook Spain.[49][50]
  • Maldita.es:[51] Independent Spanish fact-checking organization.

SwedenEdit

  • Källkritikbyrån[52]
  • Fakta i frågan[52]

UkraineEdit

  • VoxCheck:[53] unveiled by VoxUkraine, an online economics and policy project, in 2015.[35]
  • FactCheck Ukraine: launched by the Kyiv-based Ukrainian Team of Reformers in 2016.[35]
  • StopFake:[54] launched by the Kyiv Mohyla Journalism School in 2014.

United KingdomEdit

  • BBC Reality Check[55]
  • Full Fact:[56] An independent fact-checking organisation based in the UK which aims to "promote accuracy in public debate", launched in 2009.
  • FactCheckNI:[57] The first independent dedicated fact-checking service for Northern Ireland, launched in 2016, checking claims as well as offering training in critical thinking, tools and techniques any member of the public can use.
  • The FactCheck blog:[58] A fact-checking blog run by the Channel 4 News organization in the UK.
  • Ferret Fact Service:[59] Scotland's first fact-checker launched in April 2017[60] after a grant from the Google Digital News Initiative.[61]

Latin AmericaEdit

Middle EastEdit

IranEdit

  • Gomaneh an online Persian magazine devoted to the investigation of rumours and hearsay.[92]
  • FactNameh is an online political fact-checking website with a focus on Iran.

IsraelEdit

  • The Whistle fact-checks statements said by Israeli politicians.

JordanEdit

  • Fatabyyano is an Independent Fact-checking Platform, which Considers the Leading Fact-checking Platform in the MENA region, as Fatabyyano is the First & Only Arabian Platform] that certified by the IFCN.[93] The platform has several million followers, and had received an award from the Harvard Arab Alumni Association in 2016, as well as from Queen Rania of Jordan.[94]

Saudi ArabiaEdit

  • NoRumors.net

TurkeyEdit

  • Teyit is an independent fact-checking organization based in Turkey and a signatory to the International Fact-Checking Network’s Code of Principles and is one of the partners of First Draft News.[95][96]
  • Doğruluk Payı is an independent fact-checking organization that focuses on verifying the factual accuracy of statements by Turkish politicians.[96]

North AmericaEdit

CanadaEdit

  • Les décrypteurs
  • Le détecteur de rumeurs (Agence Science Presse)

United StatesEdit

Fraudulent fact-checking websitesEdit

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