EXPOSE Network

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"Fact checkers"
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Membership• International Centre for Defence and Security
• National Centre for Defence and Security Awareness
• Centre for East European Policy Studies
• Latvian Elves
• NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence
• Re:Baltica
• Lithuanian Elves
• Delfi
• Laisves TV
• Why Not
• Bulgaria Analytica
• Center for the Study of Democracy
• HSSF Foundation
• Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies
• European Western Balkans
• Istinomer
• Krik
• European Values
• The Prague Security Studies Institute
• Political Capital
• Center for European Policy Analysis
• Center for International Relations
• Centre for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis
• Kosciuszko Institute
• Defence 24
• Fundacja Reporterów
• Institute of Public Affairs
• Warsaw Institute
• GLOBSEC Policy Institute
• Institute for Public Affairs
• IRI Beacon Project
• Memo 98
• Slovak Security Policy Institute
• Sut.am
• Coda Story
• GRASS FactCheck
• Media Development Foundation
• Euroradio
• Association of Independent Press
• Newsmaker
• ZDG
• Global Focus
• RISE Project
• Detektor Media
• StopFake
• Fanpage.it
• Pagella Politica
• CIDOB
• Maldito Bulo
• Cicero Foundation
• Bellingcat
• Factmata
• Institute for Strategic Dialogue Germany
• DFRLab
• Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project
• Neville Bolt
• Graham Brookie
• Ben Nimmo
• Peter Pomeransev
• Milica Pesic
• Jessika Aro
• Amil Khan
• Louis Brooke
• Chris Donnelly
• Lyubomir Hristov
• Mary Mitchell
• Paul Birmingham
• Jeremy Lloyd
• Chris White
• Dan Williamson
• Deepti Sastry
• Aric Toler
• Christian Triebert
• Tanya Bogdanova
• Roman Shutov
• Frank Williams
• Dalia Bankausaite
• David Patrikarakos
• Ben Robinson
• James Wilson
• Alex Mackintosh
• Ziad Ramley
• Russell Peacock
• Charlotte Beckett
A proposed multi-million pound consortium to "counter disinformation". Eposed in the 7th tranche of documents in the Integrity Initiative leak. The UK government declined to fund it.

The EXPOSE Network was a planned group to counter "disinformation" that came to prominence after related documents surfaced in Integrity Initiative Leak 7.

Structure

The 3 directors were planned to be Chris Donnelly (Institute for Statecraft), Amil Khan (Aktis, Chatham House) and Louis Brooke (Zinc Network).[1]

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Funding

The FCO application requested £9,750,000 over 3 years to run the network.[1]


References

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Bellingcat +, Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project +, Chris Donnelly +, Ben Nimmo +, Ben Robinson +, Roman Shutov +, James Wilson +, StopFake +, Neville Bolt +, Louis Brooke +, Amil Khan +, Graham Brookie +, Peter Pomeransev +, Milica Pesic +, Jessika Aro +, Lyubomir Hristov +, Mary Mitchell +, Paul Birmingham +, Jeremy Lloyd +, Chris White +, Dan Williamson +, Deepti Sastry +, Aric Toler +, Christian Triebert +, Tanya Bogdanova +, Frank Williams +, Dalia Bankausaite +, David Patrikarakos +, Alex Mackintosh +, Ziad Ramley +, Russell Peacock +, Charlotte Beckett +, European Values +, Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies +, International Centre for Defence and Security +, National Centre for Defence and Security Awareness +, Centre for East European Policy Studies +, Latvian Elves +, NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence +, Re:Baltica +, Lithuanian Elves +, Delfi +, Laisves TV +, Why Not +, Bulgaria Analytica +, Center for the Study of Democracy +, HSSF Foundation +, European Western Balkans +, Istinomer +, Krik +, The Prague Security Studies Institute +, Political Capital +, Center for European Policy Analysis +, Center for International Relations +, Centre for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis +, Kosciuszko Institute +, Defence 24 +, Fundacja Reporterów +, Institute of Public Affairs +, Warsaw Institute +, GLOBSEC Policy Institute +, Institute for Public Affairs +, IRI Beacon Project +, Memo 98 +, Slovak Security Policy Institute +, Sut.am +, Coda Story +, GRASS FactCheck +, Media Development Foundation +, Euroradio +, Association of Independent Press +, Newsmaker +, ZDG +, Global Focus +, RISE Project +, Detektor Media +, Fanpage.it +, Pagella Politica +, CIDOB +, Maldito Bulo +, Cicero Foundation +, Factmata +, Institute for Strategic Dialogue Germany +  and DFRLab +