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Building new knowledge base on media and information literacy

The first training of trainers in the field of media and information literacy was held last week in Sarajevo, launching thus the series of educational events to take place across the region as part...

How Misinformation Became a Profitable Business in Eastern Europe

In several eastern European countries, misinformation is a lucrative business, reliant on advertising revenue, and pulling in cash from a variety of other sources including government subsidies, crowdfunding, tax designations, donations and sales of...

Propaganda analysis for migrants in Croatia

Croatia is the first country in EU to build a curricula on propaganda for asylum seekers and migrants, in three languages: English, Arabic and Croatian. By Igor Kanižaj Within the Mind Over Media in EU program we are...

The Western Balkans’ Sketchy Media Literacy Landscapes

Major research by SEENPM member organisations finds that countries of the region lack comprehensive policies and institutional framework for developing MIL in a systematic way and at scale. By Brankica Petković and Sandra Bašić Hrvatin When...

Media Development Center becomes the first Bulgarian partner of European Association for Viewers Interests...

EAVI – Media Literacy for Citizenship is committed to serve public interest in the fields of media in Europe and to promote media literacy world-wide. Sofia, 22 November, 2017: The Media Development Center (MDC), Bulgaria, signed a collaboration agreement...

Serbia: New International Study on Regulatory Authority calls for More Authority and More Accountability

The study straightforwardly recommends “to equip REM with the power to issue financial sanctions” as well as to adopt a by-law how it uses its sanctioning powers that would gradually escalate sanctions in...

Media Literacy Days 2019 in North Macedonia: Multitude of Events

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...

Serbian Press Council Faces Pressure amid Push for Self-Regulation

Promoting self-regulation in the Serbian media has not been an easy task for the Press Council (Savet za stampu), the Serbian self-regulatory body founded seven years ago. by Alma Onali, IPI, Belgrade Modelled on Norway’s Press...

Conference “Media for Citizens, Citizens for media” to Provide In-Depth Insights into MIL in...

Some 60 media literacy experts, activists, media professionals, and decision makers from the Western Balkans will gather at the “Media for Citizens, Citizens for Media,” a conference scheduled for 23 November in Novi Sad,...

CSOs in the Western Balkans Trained to Advance MIL

Civil society activists eager to advance media and information literacy (MIL) in five countries of the Western Balkans have been learning about MIL so as to be able to promote it and disseminate the...