October is CyberSecMonth

October is CyberSecMonth

ECSM is the EU’s annual awareness campaign that takes place each October across Europe. The aim is to raise awareness of cyber security threats, promote cyber security among citizens and organizations; and provide resources to protect themselves online, through education and sharing of good practices.

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Media Literacy is Important for Differentiating Opportunities and Threats on the Internet

Media Literacy is Important for Differentiating Opportunities and Threats on the Internet

Sarajevo hosted a conference Media Meets Literacy in late September, the event which gathered 250 participants, including well-known international media literacy experts. We talked with Joanna Krawczyk of Evens Foundation, the organizer of the conference.

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Study: Media Regulatory Authorities and Hate Speech

Study: Media Regulatory Authorities and Hate Speech

The study explores the hate speech phenomenon, examines cases of hate speech throughout Southeast Europe, provides recommendations and describes mechanisms for fighting against and preventing it.

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Protection of Minors in the Audiovisual Media Services: Trends & Practices (ERGA report)

Protection of Minors in the Audiovisual Media Services: Trends & Practices (ERGA report)

ERGA adopted its Report on the Protection of Minors that provides an overview of protection measures currently used by a wide range of players in the so-called ‘converged audiovisual media landscape’.

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Report Series: News Literacy and News Publishers

Report Series: News Literacy and News Publishers

The seven installments of this report by WAN-IFRA concentrate on news literacy-related actions that publishers have helped to do or could do.

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Trust in Media 2017: EBU Report

Trust in Media 2017: EBU Report

The report gives an idea of European citizens’ perception of the trustworthiness of several types of media, and includes EU Member States as well as acceding and candidate countries.

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Media Literacy Policy in South East Europe: Recommendations

Media Literacy Policy in South East Europe: Recommendations

The SEE Partnership for Media Development project developed a set of recommendations regarding media literacy policy in South East Europe stemming from key findings of a comprehensive study.

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Become a citizen media monitor

Please, click here to report suspected breaches of media ethics and other shortcomings of the media.

MIL News SEE

Moldova: Young Journalists Awarded for the Best Investigations
Stop the Hate in Belgrade
MIL as a prerequisite for active citizenship: Example of Macedonia

MIL News Global

Winners of the Evens Prize for Media Education 2017
Next year's Safer Internet Day - 6 February 2018
ECPMF conference on fake news: investment in quality journalism and media literacy needed

CIMU SEE News

Conference: Media Meets Literacy in Sarajevo (21-22/9/2017)
Active engagement of all stakeholders is necessary for promotion of media literacy
Media and Information Literacy is no longer negotiable in our current context: UNESCO supports national consultations in Albania

MIL Resources

MIL in the Media

SOURCE: The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

SOURCE: Common Sense Media

SOURCE: Common Sense Education

SOURCE: Global Editors Network

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