On the 28 March 2017, the European Audiovisual Observatory (EAO) has published a report focused on providing mapping and description of the most significant projects in the promotion of media literacy in the EU-28 member states, since January 2010, of national or regional coverage.
Croatian initiative Medijskapismenost.hr is a rich resource center featuring articles on MIL targeting parent, teachers and children, dealing with a variety of media, and focusing on four main topics: security on the Internet, media and childrens’ development, violence in media, and identifying stereotypes.
The curriculum is specifically designed for integration into the formal teacher education system. It draws on present trends toward media convergence – thereby, for the first time, presenting MIL in a holistic manner.
UNESCO has developed an array of media and information literacy resources and information about its MIL projects and initiatives.
“Ethics Unwrapped” is a free educational program created at UT Austin to help people navigate ethical challenges. Research-based videos are used by more than 500 colleges and universities around the world and tens of thousands of ethics learners.
The renowned Poynter Institute has developed a constantly updated resource center featuring articles on fact-checking - stories about trends and best practices in fact-checking worldwide.
The course, open to everyone, introduces the concepts of media and information literacy and intercultural dialogue along with important issues that relate to this new set of competencies for global citizenship.
The tool contains interactive and intercultural teaching resources proposed for use in formal and non-formal educational settings, organized around the model MIL Curriculum published by UNESCO.
Dan Gillmor's book 'Mediactive' is available online, inviting all of us to become active media consumers.