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!
Polish fact-checking scene is a rapidly expanding field involving media literacy elements.
The Global Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Week 2019 scholarships aim to support students and young professionals from around the globe to participate in the Global MIL Week 2019 Feature Conference and Youth Agenda Forum, taking place from 24 to 26 September 2019, in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The annual Global Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Week Feature Conference and Youth Agenda Forum will be held this year 24 - 26 September under the theme “MIL Citizens: Informed, Engaged, Empowered.” Proposals for case study/project-related presentations and academic papers are invited for the Feature Conference.
This book by Dr Roxana Radu provides an incisive analysis of the emergence and evolution of global Internet governance, revealing its mechanisms, key actors and dominant community practices.
A new initiative by the European Commission to underline the societal importance of media literacy and promote media literacy initiatives and projects across the EU.
A European Broadcasting Union (EBU) report ‘50 ways to make it better’, highlights 50 ways that the media can help increase public trust in journalism and build audience.
Report reveals shift in media habits towards individual viewing via Netflix and YouTube as children increasingly own their own devices.
This package features documents that depict the current policy infrastructure relating to media and information literacy in formal, non-formal and informal education in Albania, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo (under UN Security Council Resolution 1244) and Turkey.