Tuesday, July 5, 2022

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Bosnia’s Professional Liars

The fake news phenomenon hasn’t spared the Balkans. In Bosnia & Herzegovina, it fuels a lucrative industry. Many people have a somewhat morbid habit to read about death and dead people, which explains why obituaries...

Self-regulation of online media in BiH: Disinformation, anonymous portals and hate speech

For self-regulation to work, all sides: the self-regulatory body, the media, media watchdog platforms and citizens, must head for the same goal – respect for professional journalistic standards. For now, in Bosnia and Herzegovina,...

Clickbait: Bait for the Media or the Audience

Clickbait and sensationalism are mostly present on “unlicensed” portals or "portaloids" contaminating the public online space in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with widespread "showbusinessation" of politics. By: Vuk Vučetić (mentor), Nejra Hasečić, Ema Senkić, Džan Helać Bombastic headlines...

CALL FOR REGISTRATION: Mapping organizations working on media and information literacy in the Western...

The Coalition of Information and Media Users in South East Europe (CIMU SEE) in cooperation with UNESCO and the European Commission, opens a call for registration (until 31 July 2019) aimed at mapping all...

Western Balkans: Journalists insufficiently promote quality journalism on social networks

As an answer to “fake news”, more visibility of quality journalism is needed, new report argues. It is the first research work into the habits of journalists in using social networks for the promotion...

Using Impact Evaluations to Inform Expansion of Media Literacy Initiatives

In Ukraine, an increase in disinformation and propaganda has threatened democratic progress since the 2014 revolution. To address this issue, IREX developed a media literacy program called Learn to Discern (L2D) to teach citizens...

The importance of co-operation in media and information literacy: three universities – three meetings...

Meetings/workshops gathered various stakeholders with the aim of improving MIL in Bosnia and Herzegovina. An Advisory Group for Promoting MIL was created, Declaration on the Importance of MIL in B&H adopted, and an initiative...

Local stakeholders in South East Europe and Turkey took steps towards policies on media...

UNESCO and the European Commission supported local stakeholders who organized consultations on MIL policies and strategies in a bid to stimulate sustainable media and information literacy (MIL) development in South East Europe (SEE) and...

The seductive world of YouTube frivolity

What tabloid gutter press was for older generations, YouTube is nowadays for the younger generations. About 98% of surveyed pupils follow a YouTuber.On average, they spend 2-3 hours a day on this social network.45% have YouTube...

Background Documents and Position Papers on Media and Information Literacy Policies and Strategies in...

This package features documents that depict the current policy infrastructure relating to media and information literacy in formal, non-formal and informal education in Albania, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo (under UN Security Council Resolution...