An unsigned and suspicious article, featured on the website of the Kosovar public broadcaster in the middle of the last election campaign, resparked the debate in Pristina on the use of false news as a tool for propaganda and political struggle.Read More
A new MIL resource in Albanian language produced by third-year students of journalism at University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, aimed at passing on knowledge and information on media and information literacy (MIL), was published in February 2020.Read More
South East European Network for Professionalization of Media (SEENPM) presents three new learning resources for media and information literacy (MIL) educators and all those interested in improving their MIL knowledge and skills.Read More
A new learning resource produced by SEENPM member organizations within ‘Media for Citizens - Citizens for Media’ project is aimed at journalists passing on knowledge and experience about and from their profession to schoolchildren within media and information literacy context.Read More
Trainers’ Manual for Media and Information Literacy is one of the publications produced within Media for Citizens – Citizens for Media, an EU funded regional project implemented by five members of SEENPM in the Western Balkans.Read More
Major research by SEENPM member organisations finds that countries of the region lack comprehensive policies and institutional framework for developing MIL in a systematic way and at scale.Read More
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An unsigned and suspicious article, featured on the website of the Kosovar public broadcaster in the middle of the last election campaign, resparked the debate in Pristina on the use of false news as a tool for propaganda and political struggle.
A new MIL resource in Albanian language produced by third-year students of journalism at University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, aimed at passing on knowledge and information on media and information literacy (MIL), was published in February 2020.
Journalists and other specialists delivered a series of workshops on media and information literacy (MIL) in elementary and high schools in five Western Balkan countries in 2019 within a regional project that continues in 2020.
Join the conference co-organised by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia and the Council of Europe. The event will take place on 28-29 November in Ljubljana.
North Macedonia is taking part in the 8th UNESCO Global Media and Information Literacy Week by organizing a host of events from 22 October to 15 November 2019: workshops, debates, webinars, open days and other MIL-related events.
The seventh annual global celebration of Global Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Week will take place from 24 to 31 October 2019. What can you do to promote MIL in the Balkans? How can you make MIL happen where you live, study or work? UNESCO wants to display your activities to the world!
After a two-day orientation workshop, seven BH journalists and researchers are set to trace and analyse disinformation and deconstruct dangerous narratives in the media.
The Coalition of Information and Media Users in South East Europe (CIMU SEE) in cooperation with UNESCO and the European Commission, opens a call for registration (until 31 July 2019) aimed at mapping all organizations in the Western Balkans and Turkey working in the field of media and information literacy (MIL).
Meetings/workshops gathered various stakeholders with the aim of improving MIL in Bosnia and Herzegovina. An Advisory Group for Promoting MIL was created, Declaration on the Importance of MIL in B&H adopted, and an initiative launched for the adoption of the strategic framework for MIL in B&H.
SOURCE: Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa
SOURCE: NewsNow Finland
SOURCE: The CMDS Blog
SOURCE: Media Power Monitor
SOURCE: World Economic Forum