The updated version of the RESIST toolkit promotes a consistent approach to the threat of mis- and disinformation by providing six steps to follow. It explores new techniques and tactics that organisations can effectively identify, monitor and respond. It will enable you to develop a response when mis- and disinformation affects your organisation’s ability to do its job or its reputation, the people who depend on your services, or represents a threat to the general public.
The toolkit takes a systematic, evidence-based approach to help organisations building societal and individual resilience to disinformation. RESIST toolkit consists of five main sections respectively on: early warning, situational insight, impact analysis, strategic communications, and tracking effectiveness. Each of these sections provisions a set of identified threats, partnerships, outcomes and case studies.
By the end, a set of five annexes is attached to help communicators in ensuring quality as follows: