IFCN application 日本語
# Criterion 1a
## Proof of registration
Evidence required: Please provide evidence that the signatory is a legally-registered organization set up exclusively for the purpose of fact-checking or the distinct fact-checking project of a recognized media house or research institution.
# Criterion 1b
Evidence required: Insert a link to the archive of fact checks published in the previous three months. If you do not collect all fact checks in one place, please explain how the fact-checking is conducted by your organization.
# Criterion 2a
## Body of work sample
Evidence required: Please share links to ten fact checks that better represent the scope and consistency of your fact-checking. Provide a short explanation(200 words max) of how your organization strives to maintain coherent standards across fact checks.
# Criterion 2b
## Nonpartisanship policy
Evidence required: Please share evidence of your policy preventing staff from direct involvement in political parties and advocacy organizations. Please also indicate the policy your organization has as a whole regarding advocacy and supporting political candidates.
# SECTION 3: TRANSPARENCY OF SOURCES
## Sources Policy
Please share a brief and public explanation (500 words max) of how sources are provided in enough detail that readers could replicate the fact check. If you have a public policy on how you find and use sources for your fact-checking, it should be shared here.
# SECTION 4: TRANSPARENCY OF FUNDING & ORGANIZATION
## Funding Sources
Evidence required: Please link to the section where you publicly list your sources of funding (including, if they exist, any rules around which types of funding you do or don’t accept), or a statement on ownership if you are the branch of an established media organization or research institution.
Evidence required: Please link to the section detailing all authors and key actors behind your fact-checking project with their biographies. You can also list the name and bios of the members of the editorial board, pool of experts, advisory board, etc. if your organization has those.
Evidence required: Please link to the section where readers can get in touch with the organization
# SECTION 5: TRANSPARENCY OF METHODOLOGY
## Detailed Methodology
Evidence required: Please link to a section or article detailing the steps you follow for your fact-checking work.
## Claim submissions
Evidence required: Please link to the page or process through which readers can submit claims to fact-check. If you do not allow this, please briefly explain why.
# SECTION 6: OPEN & HONEST CORRECTIONS POLICY
## corrections policy
Evidence required: Please link to the page with your policy to address corrections. If it is not public, please share your organization’s handbook.
## Examples of corrections
Evidence required: Please provide two examples of a correction made, or correction requests handled, in the past year.