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Factcheck.Vlaanderen

  • Innovation
  • Journalism & Media

Factcheck.Vlaanderen is an online platform that uses artificial intelligence to detect disinformation and polarisation so that fact-checkers can verify and combat it.  

Apache Local

  • Cities
  • Innovation
  • Journalism & Media

Apache Local was a local journalism project in which news site Apache explored four themes with the help of local citizens and journalists.

Sonderland

  • Innovation
  • Journalism & Media

Sonderland was a journalism production house that produced pieces for other media outlets, focusing on one theme for an entire year. In 2019, the theme was “shelter” as a basic need.

Sonderland (c) Jade Kerremans

Chase Social Stories

  • Innovation
  • Journalism & Media
  • Social affairs
  • Youth

In this project, Chase provided grants and coaching to young journalists so they could create digital stories about social change in urban communities.

Chase Tinted Souls: Nymphose - Photo Trudy Kazangu

The Polar Project

  • Environment
  • Innovation
  • Journalism & Media

The Polar Project is a cross-media magazine on climate change. It aims to promote interdisciplinary exchange through journalism, art, and performance, and to explore the boundaries of journalistic storytelling.

The Polar Project

FactRank

  • Innovation
  • Journalism & Media

FactRank is a free tool that automatically filters out statements from Dutch-language texts worthy of fact-checking.

Podlab XL

  • Innovation
  • Journalism & Media

Podlab XL is a training programme for non-fiction podcast makers, that coaches audio novices from podcast idea to pilot.

Podlab XL

Wablieft goes digital

  • Education
  • Innovation
  • Journalism & Media

The Wablieft centre for clear language developed an online news channel with quality news for low-literature adults.

A screenshot of Wablieft's website

UITLANDER

  • Innovation
  • Journalism & Media

UITLANDER is a platform for high-quality, international stories about and by Belgians living abroad, made for the Belgian home audience.

UITLANDER

The Last Newspaper

  • Journalism & Media
  • Finance

ANTWERP - Karl van den Broeck, who succeeded Georges Timmerman as editor-in-chief of Apache in 2014, tells in a six-part series how the top man of De Persgroep (now DPG Media) committed a sophisticated stealth murder on Flanders' most important independent progressive newspaper De Morgen.