Agent C

Agent C is a project lead by All Together Now focusing on online conspiracy theories and fake news, in partnership with Headspace Camperdown and Urbis.

Funded by the NSW Government through Multicultural NSW, this project develops training with and for young people in order to challenge divisive and hateful conspiracy theories and fake news.

Our aim with Agent C is to enhance the confidence and capacity of young people to unpack and critically engage with hateful conspiracy theories and fake news and to have stimulating conversations with their peers encouraging critical thinking.

If you are a young person, school, or youth service interested in challenging and tackling the rise of online fake news, conspiracy theories, and racism, then this training is for you!

Challenging Hateful Misinformation Training

All Together Now is excited to introduce our NEW Challenging Hateful Misinformation Training. This training is designed for Australian educators, frontline workers, parents and caregivers.

You’ll learn the best practices on how to identify and respond to hateful conspiracy theories and fake news. By the end of this training, you’ll be more confident to tackle controversial issues and gain a variety of practical skills (racial and intersectional literacy strategies) to unpack and challenge conspiracy theories and fake news with your students, clients or children.

If you are a teacher, youth worker, social worker, counsellor, manager, parent or caregiver and you are concerned about young people, children and adults engaging with problematic, divisive or hateful misinformation, then this training program is for you.

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