EAVI – Media Literacy for Citizenship is committed to serve public interest in the fields of media in Europe and to promote media literacy world-wide.
A new report “Back to the Drawing Board: Crafting the Ideal Journalism Education Curricula for South East Europe”, published in November 2017, analysed the current state of journalistic education in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia.
Fake news and misuse of information in the media were the main topics of the Media Meets Literacy conference held on 20-21 September in Sarajevo. The participants discussed how to foster media literacy among citizens of different backgrounds, as well as the role of social media in the contemporary media environment.
The Independent Journalism Center (IJC) has given awards to several young journalists for their investigations focused on Russian propaganda.
One of the aims of the workshop Stop the Hate organised by the Media Diversity Institute Western Balkans (MDI) and the National Youth Council of Serbia in Belgrade on 26 – 28 July was to deconstruct stereotypes held by the youth, but also to highlight importance of tackling hate speech and discriminatory language.
Evens Foundation and Mediacentar Sarajevo invite you to register for the international conference “Media Meets Literacy”, which will be held in Sarajevo, September 21-22.
Over 36 months MAMIL has been focused on raising awareness about the importance of MIL as a prerequisite for participatory democracy and pluralism.
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.
The Novi Sad School of Journalism conducts a state-accredited training program in MIL for teachers of primary and secondary schools.