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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...

Learn about AI and digital transformation at SEE-IT Summit in Serbia

The SEE-IT Summit (7-9 November, Novi Sad, Serbia) will feature 15 theme conferences, workshops and side programs, such as the "Next ICT Generation" project, dedicated to raising awareness of teenagers and their parents about...

60 New Trainers to Advance Media Literacy in the Western Balkans

Journalists, university lecturers, school teachers, media experts, and civil society activists went back to school for a while to learn about media and information literacy (MIL) within a training of trainers (ToT) program in...

Moldova: Investigative Journalism, a ‘Vaccine’ Against Political Influence

A study about investigative journalism sparks controversy about trust in media in Moldova. A study on investigative journalism was recently published in Moldova. It involved respondents who have recently read at least one article published...

Kosovo needs strategic approach to mil development

Until decision-making institutions join their efforts with other stakeholders toward a comprehensive national strategy on MIL, concerns will remain over Kosovo’s ability to deal with future digital information challenges. By Gentiana Paçarizi, Media and Information Literacy...

A way to build trust in the media: Social media movement now in Serbian

MIL CLICKS is a new global movement on social media by UNESCO and partners. It is designed to make media and Information literacy a major force in daily online interaction of people. It is...

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...

2nd Call for Proposals: Media and Information Literacy for Civil Society Organisations in 5...

'Media for Citizens - Citizens for Media' is seeking proposals aimed at building capacities of CSOs in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia to promote Media and Information Literacy (MIL) practices...

Serbia: MIL training for teachers

The Novi Sad School of Journalism conducts a state-accredited training program in MIL for teachers of primary and secondary schools. The Novi Sad School of Journalism was among the first in Serbia to implement seminars...

Balkan Countries Most Vulnerable to ‘Fake’ News: Report

The 2018 Media Literacy index of the Open Society Institute in Sofia says Balkan countries are the most susceptible in Europe to ‘fake’ news – owing to their highly controlled media, low educational levels...