A European Broadcasting Union (EBU) report ‘50 ways to make it better’, highlights 50 ways that the media can help increase public trust in journalism and build audience.
Report reveals shift in media habits towards individual viewing via Netflix and YouTube as children increasingly own their own devices.
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 1244) and Turkey.
Council of Europe launched a Data Protection Day to be celebrated each year on 28 January. It is now celebrated globally and is called Privacy Day outside Europe.
The pan-European ALL DIGITAL Week is an annual digital empowerment campaign run at digital competence centres, libraries, schools, community centres and non-profits across Europe, bringing 100,000 Europeans every year in exciting online and offline events tackling digital transformation and its effects.
This year the emphasis of the intensive, multi-disciplinary training course will be on new trends in communication, disinformation, verification and mobile journalism.
The five global trends are based on recent research conducted at the Reuters Institute. They reflect changes to the way people access news, transformations in professional journalism and the business of news, as well as changing political environments in some parts of the world.
Focusing on the near-term future (the next three to five years) the experts have been asked to focus on how digital technologies may impact children and families, and the role that educators and industry can play in promoting positive change.
The Action Plan against Disinformation is at the heart of the EU’s strategy to protect May’s European elections from disinformation and other attempts at foreign interference.