Recommendations from Prince Harry working group - the Aspen Institute’s Commission on Information Disorder - coming out soon

Prince Harry has been participating in the Aspen Institute’s Commission on Information Disorder. The Commission on Information Disorder was formed to "try and identify and prioritize the most critical sources and causes of information disorder and to deliver a set of short-term actions and longer-term goals to help government, the private sector, and civil society respond to this modern-day crisis of faith in key institutions."

The Commission will be shortly be publishing their report with their recommendations. 

On November 15th 2021 there is to be an hour-long interactive video conference when joint co-chairs Katie Couric, Chris Krebs, and Rashad Robinson have a live discussion of how government, private industry, and civil society can increase transparency and understanding, build trust, and reduce harms. The hosts will talk about what comes next and will take questions from attendees at the event. 


Kind thoughts for Meghan Markle

Aspen Institute’s Commission on Information Disorder in Aspen, CO, on August 18, 2021. Photo credit: Phillip Frank. Pictured from left to right: Back row: Ryan Merkley (Aspen Digital); Alex Stamos; Jameel Jaffer; Yasmin Green; Marla Blow; Rashad Robinson (co-chair); Craig Newmark (observer); Herb Lin; Katie Couric (co-chair); Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex; Deb Roy; and Vivian Schiller (Aspen Digital). Front row:  Kate Starbird; Will Hurd; Chris Krebs (co-chair); Amanda Zamora; Kathryn Murdoch; and Safiya Umoja Noble. Not pictured: Commissioner: Aaron Ford. Aspen Digital staff: Kristine Gloria, Sara Sendak, and Diara J. Townes


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