Within a host of activities conducted within the scope of Media Literacy Days 2019 in North Macedonia, you can register for a webinar to held on 29 October (11:00-13:00).
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!
'Media for Citizens - Citizens for Media' is seeking proposals aimed at building capacities of CSOs in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia to promote Media and Information Literacy (MIL) practices and policies at local level.
Almost 150 project proposals submitted by civil society organisations (CSOs) in five Western Balkan countries aiming to increase their capacities for promotion of media and information literacy (MIL) were evaluated and 20 of them selected for implementation within the sub-granting scheme of the regional project »Media for Citizens, Citizens for Media«.
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 fake news phenomenon hasn’t spared the Balkans. In Bosnia & Herzegovina, it fuels a lucrative industry.
For self-regulation to work, all sides: the self-regulatory body, the media, media watchdog platforms and citizens, must head for the same goal – respect for professional journalistic standards. For now, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, only a small portion of the media and online community adheres to these standards.
Clickbait and sensationalism are mostly present on “unlicensed” portals or "portaloids" contaminating the public online space in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with widespread "showbusinessation" of politics.