Arabi Facts Hub is a nonprofit organization dedicated to research mis/disinformation in the Arabic content on the Internet and provide innovative solutions to detect and identify it.

AFH Announcements

Training Journalists for the Tunisian Elections Coverage 2024




Are you a fact-checker or journalist from Tunisia?

If so, you are invited to register for the Arab Fact-Checkers Network (AFH) training on fact-checking related to the 2024 Tunisian presidential elections.

This training covers methodologies and tools that help journalists and fact-checkers uncover the misinformation often spread during elections, as well as tools for detecting coordinated campaigns with misleading messages. It also addresses data verification tools, deceptive online advertisements, and understanding who funds them.

The training will be held from July 29 to August 11, in partnership with BN Check and She Checks.

Registration link:

Invitation to Register



Arabi Facts Hub is pleased to invite our fact-checkers partners to register and participate in a series of specialized training sessions. These sessions are designed to enhance your skills in fact-checking and investigative processes. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to access a variety of useful digital tools that will support your efforts in this field.

Registration Form:

Call for Contributors on Disinformation and Misinformation in the Arab World


The Arabi Facts Hub (AFH), in collaboration with the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP), is pleased to announce a call for contributors, including journalists, policy analysts, and academics, to write analysis pieces on the topic of Disinformation and Misinformation in the Arab World.

Articles for this special project should be between 2,000-2,500 words long and cover one of the following themes in Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Palestine, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, or Yemen.


Please follow the link to apply.