Prince Harry, who gave up his royal duties with his wife Meghan Markle last year, became a member of the commission on combating misinformation at the Aspen Institute of America. This is reported on the website of the institution.
“The three co-chairs will be joined by 15 members of the commission from across the political spectrum, including Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, co-founder of [a non-profit organization] Archewell,” the statement said.
The Aspen Institute is an international non-profit organization dedicated to humanitarian research. A message posted on the institute’s website says that the commission, which included Harry, “will fight the influence and problem of disinformation in all aspects of modern society.”
On March 23, The Wall Street Journal reported that Prince Harry took a senior position in one of the Silicon Valley startups — the company BetterUp. In particular, he intends to engage in coaching.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan announced their renunciation of royal powers and their departure from the royal family last winter. Together with his wife, he moved first to Canada, and then to the United States. In October 2020, the couple founded the Archewell Foundation.