January 11, 2023
The Global Disinformation Index (GDI) is a nonprofit organisation that operates on the three principles of neutrality, independence and transparency. Our vision is a world free of disinformation and its harms, which undermine the trusted information ecosystems that are the foundation of democratic processes. GDI provides disinformation risk ratings of the world’s news and information sources, with a mission to catalyse industry and government to defund disinformation.
In each media market, the new domains included in GDI’s studies are reviewed by local experts working in civil society or academia. GDI provides local researchers with training and tools to collect data on each news domain according to its methodology. The local team then drafts a report summarising the results of the study and hosts the launch of the publication in order to present the findings to key journalism, policy and civil society stakeholders.
We are currently seeking in-country partners to collaborate with us on our Media Market Risk Assessment projects. Projects to-date have covered over 20 countries, and are planned to expand to another 20 over the course of 2023 and 2024.
In order to register your organisation or institution's interest in partnering with us, please download and review the full Call for Partners and complete this brief form and we will be in touch promptly. We kindly ask that you submit all document uploads in PDF format.
Expressions of interest will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Questions regarding the application process may be directed to email@example.com. Please indicate MMR Partnership in the subject line.
The selected country partners will have an opportunity to:
GDI is particularly interested in partnering with organisations based in the following regions/countries, however, organisations/institutions with strong capacity in countries not listed here are also encouraged to apply:
For full details please download the guide for submissions.
1 March 2023
GDI’s latest assessment of Argentina’s media market provides an overview of insights into the Argentinian media market and its overall levels of disinformation risk, along with the strengths and challenges the sites face in mitigating disinformation risks.
GDI has examined the current legislation approaches of a dozen countries to address the problem of disinformation. Our study provides an overview and captures the gaps in the approaches of these governments that need to be addressed.
The Global Disinformation Index (GDI) and Centre for Internet and Society (CIS- India) have produced an overview of disinformation risk ratings for some of the most visited media sites in India in Bengali, English and Hindi.