The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) and the Regional Press Development Institute (RPDI) in Kyiv are launching the project 're:start democratic discourse' in the Southeast of Ukraine. Its main purpose is to improve the professional skills of media workers and the media literacy of the population.
This online community gives you all the tools you need to explore digital and media literacy with children ages 5 - 12. It also supports staff development programs to educators, as well as media professionals interested in working with children to explore media.
Make headlines as a cunning fake news creator in this social impact game. Information sheet helps educators use the game in class.
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.
In Serbia, citizens who wish to submit complaints regarding broadcast media content can do so via digital platform www.publika.rs.
In Moldova, Internews has organized the first media literacy class for children with hearing loss.
Global trend of fighting fake news, or rather disinformation and misinformation, is joined by dynamic and enterprising projects in the Western Balkans, intended to inform, but also educate media audiences.
A steady stream of surveys, reports, and barometers continues to confirm what many experience on a daily basis: public trust in news media is on a notable decline worldwide. A number of organizations have launched efforts to restore citizen trust in news content.
IREX recently conducted a rigorous impact study to measure the long-term effects of its program testing a new approach to media literacy training in Ukraine since 2015. Here is the study...