nyone interested in fact-checking can attend this virtual event.

Global Fact 7, organized by the International Fact-Checking Network, will start June 22.

The conference will feature 150 speakers from more than 40 different countries discussing the state and the future of fact-checking.

The agenda is divided into two tracks: a cost-free public track June 22 to 26, which includes 24 panels across multiple time zones; and a private track tailored to fact-checkers June 29 to 30, with 26 sessions exclusively for registered participants.

Sessions in the public track will be livestreamed on FacebookYouTube and Twitter.