A beta version of the official website of the Centre for Strategic Communication and Information Security was launched on Tuesday, September 21.
As Ukrinform learned from the Centre's press service, the Centre will promptly publish analytics on external information threats to Ukraine, review disinformation, and refute narratives on topics most attacked by the Russian Federation.
The website will also publish media materials of the Centre's partner network – NGOs and the expert international community – that debunk Kremlin fakes and counter Russian propaganda.
"It is a basic version that provides access to the Centre's products and the opportunity to follow our activity. In the future, we will develop the website into a full-fledged modern platform with useful resources for the state and society, databases, and consolidated Ukrainian expertise in combating disinformation," said Centre's head Ihor Solovey.
As reported, the Centre for Strategic Communication was established under the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine in March 2021 as one of the mechanisms to combat disinformation by joint efforts of the state and civil society. The activity of the Centre is focused on communication counteraction to external threats, in particular, the information attacks launched by the Russian Federation.