Jumping Off the Bad News Carousel
Decentralization and Keeping the Facts in Check
From Click Bait to Solutions Journalism
Gaining Trust with Expert Knowledge and Contemporary Approaches
Combating News Fatigue and Loss of Confidence
More than a third of young people suspect that the media deliberately withholds important information (37.9 percent) and only disseminates their own opinions (32.8 percent).
Trust in public institutions, such as government agencies or political organizations, is only moderately pronounced among young people. Only one in two young people trusts the German government (53.9 percent) or the United Nations (54.0 percent).
In contrast, scientists (76.1 percent), courts (76.2 percent), and police (79.9 percent) enjoy significantly higher levels of trust.
Creating Trust and Change: The Foundation for Solutions Journalism