Welcome to the International Journal of Fact-Checking (IJFC), published by Fact Institute.

international journal of fact-checking iconIn today’s digital age, where information flows rapidly and relentlessly, the importance of distinguishing fact from fiction has never been more critical. The International Journal of Fact-Checking (IJFC) serves as your beacon of truth in this ever-evolving information landscape. We are dedicated to providing a comprehensive platform for in-depth research and rigorous studies on the pivotal subjects of fact-checking and fake news.


In a world filled with misinformation, disinformation, and the spread of falsehoods, we believe in the power of knowledge and truth. Our journal is designed to be your trusted companion in the quest for accuracy and reliability. Here’s what sets us apart:

1. Unraveling the Truth: IJFC is your guide through the labyrinth of information, unraveling the threads of truth hidden within the web of deception.

2. Expert Insights: Our journal brings together renowned experts, scholars, and researchers who delve deep into the world of fact-checking, ensuring you access the most up-to-date and credible information available.

3. Academic Excellence: We are committed to the highest standards of academic rigor, providing you with peer-reviewed articles and studies that stand as beacons of integrity and authenticity.

4. Empowering You: At IJFC, we empower you to be a discerning consumer of information, equipping you with the tools and knowledge necessary to navigate the complex terrain of today’s news and media.

Join us in the noble pursuit of truth, as we collectively contribute to a more informed, transparent, and accurate information ecosystem. Together, we can combat the spread of fake news and uphold the principles of honest journalism. Welcome to the International Journal of Fact-Checking – your trusted source for scholarly insights and a commitment to truth in the digital age.

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“Misinformation is the side effect of being uninformed.”

—Mohith Agadi, Author & Founder at Fact Protocol.