OFCOM website features a media literacy section with its own research on: Adults' Media Lives, Children's Media Lives, Adults' media use and attitudes, Children's media literacy.
Media Literacy section on the Edutopia website is a rich resource center (articles, videos etc) aimed at teachers so they can find and share resources to help students learn to analyze, evaluate, and communicate in a world with countless media sources and constant access to powerful computers.
Developed by Ethical Journalism Network, and based upon international standards, the guide highlights some questions to be asked in the gathering, preparation and dissemination of news and information that will help journalists and editors place what is said and who is saying it in an ethical context.
Poynter Institute's News University (NewsU), a platform for online courses in journalism and media, offers a series of courses related to media literacy and fact-checking, accuracy and verification in the digital age.
Under the auspices of the European Commission, Better Internet for Kids (BIK) core service platform works to share resources, services and practices between national providers of the services – the European Safer Internet Centres (SICs) – and to provide services to their users, including industry.
The website developed by UNAOC, in partnership with UNESCO, is a rich resource center featuring a calendar of media and information literacy related conferences and events world-wide, calls for papers, publications, articles, and a broad array of organizations.
'Ethics in the News' by the Ethical Journalism Network throws some light on ethical challenges for media and gives journalists some key tips on ethical survival techniques.
Website www.mediaagainsthate.org will gather the latest news related to ethical standards, freedom of expression, media diversity and resources for media professionals and civil society organisations (CSO) to fight against hate in the media.
The graph on the 5 laws of MIL is available in several languages on the UNESCO MIL website.