WHO needs youngsters to be educated with regards to COVID-19 data, explore their computerized world securely, and settle on decisions to ensure their wellbeing as well as the soundness of their families and networks. These bits of knowledge can help wellbeing associations, states, media, organizations, instructive establishments and others hone their wellbeing correspondence procedures. Guaranteeing strategy and proposals are pertinent to youngsters in an environment of falsehood, suspicion and dread.
Everything key experiences can be downloaded here and an Interactive Dashboard with a breakdown of all information has been created. An itemized report and examination distributed by the University of Melbourne is accessible here.
WHO facilitated an online course on the 31st March with visitors from Wunderman Thompson, University of Melbourne and Pollfish to talk about system, key bits of knowledge and suggestions. To watch the video, click here.
WHO, Wunderman Thompson, the University of Melbourne and Pollfish share the results of a worldwide report exploring how Gen Z and Millennials get data on the COVID pandemic
The full report accessible at this point
The unfurling of the has exhibited how the spread of deception, intensified via web-based media and other computerized stages, is ending up as much a danger to worldwide general wellbeing as the actual infection. Innovation headways and online media set out open doors to guard individuals, educated and associated. In any case, similar apparatuses likewise empower and intensify the current infodemic that keeps on subverting the worldwide reaction and imperils measures to control the pandemic.
Albeit youngsters are less in danger of serious illness from COVID-19, they are a critical gathering with regards to this pandemic and offer in the aggregate liability to assist us with halting transmission. They are additionally the most dynamic internet, associating with a normal number of 5 computerized stages, (for example, Twitter, TikTok, WeChat and Instagram) every day.
To all the more likely see how youthful grown-ups are drawing in with innovation during this worldwide correspondence emergency, a global review was led, covering roughly 23,500 respondents, matured 18-40 years, in 24 nations across five mainlands. This task was a cooperation between the World Health Organization (WHO), Wunderman Thompson, the University of Melbourne and Pollfish. With information gathered from late October 2020 to early January 2021, the results give key bits of knowledge on where Gen Z and Millennials look for COVID-19 data, who they trust as solid sources, their mindfulness and activities around bogus news, and what their interests are. Some key bits of knowledge uncovered include: