Journalists and other specialists delivered a series of workshops on media and information literacy (MIL) in elementary and high schools in five Western Balkan countries in 2019 within a regional project that continues in 2020.
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 knowledge to their target groups.
South East European Network for Professionalization of Media (SEENPM) presents three new learning resources for media and information literacy (MIL) educators and all those interested in improving their MIL knowledge and skills.
The central role that professional public service journalism should play in a democratic society is the focus of a new campaign by a group of SEENPM members coordinated by Mediacentar Sarajevo within the EU-funded project “Media for Citizens - Citizens for Media”.
A new learning resource produced by SEENPM member organizations within ‘Media for Citizens - Citizens for Media’ project is aimed at journalists passing on knowledge and experience about and from their profession to schoolchildren within media and information literacy context.
'Media for Citizens - Citizens for Media', a regional project in the Western Balkans, completed two rounds of sub-granting aimed at building capacities of CSOs in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia to promote media and information Literacy (MIL) practices and policies at the local level.
Trainers’ Manual for Media and Information Literacy is one of the publications produced within Media for Citizens – Citizens for Media, an EU funded regional project implemented by five members of SEENPM in the Western Balkans.
Within a host of activities conducted within the scope of Media Literacy Days 2019 in North Macedonia, you can register for a webinar to held on 29 October (11:00-13:00).
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 other MIL-related events.