Bulgaria’s National Center for Safe Internet revealed that 97% of the Bulgarian children use the Internet. Almost all surf the Web on daily basis and 40% have a public Facebook profile.
The SEE-IT Summit (7-9 November, Novi Sad, Serbia) will feature 15 theme conferences, workshops and side programs, such as the "Next ICT Generation" project, dedicated to raising awareness of teenagers and their parents about the importance of education in the ICT field.
Funded by the Council of Europe’s media division the study applied and interpreted the INDIREG methodology in relation to REM.
A regional analysis of media reporting on international actors (EU, USA, and Russia), covering Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, was conducted by the Belgrade organization CRTA between 14 May and 10 June 2018.
The Macedonian Institute for Media in partnership with the Institute for Communication Studies, the Independent Trade Union of Journalists and Media Workers and the Media Diversity Institute - London has launched the News and Digital Literacy Project – Where Fake News Fails.
Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa (OBCT) launched an online contest to translate and improve articles on media freedom on Wikipedia in various languages in addition to Italian, in particular in Albanian, Serbo-Croatian-Bosnian and Bulgarian.
In Serbia, citizens who wish to submit complaints regarding broadcast media content can do so via digital platform www.publika.rs.
Istinomer, first fact-checking web portal in the region, and CRTA invite you to the international conference that will look into ways to fight disinformation in 21st century and whether traditional media are able to address these challenges.
Transitions and SEENPM invite applications for participation in a training of trainers program on information verification and open source online investigations for candidates from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia and Montenegro.