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 of their work in the Western Balkans.
This resource by Jaroslav Valuch, an experienced practitioner in the field of media literacy, is meant to serve both educators and students interested in MIL. It comes out of different Transitions and SEENPM training initiatives.
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.
"Fake news" or disinformation is one of the most pressing issues of our times. This dossier is built on the materials of the Resource Centre on Press and Media Freedom in Europe.
This book by Dr Roxana Radu provides an incisive analysis of the emergence and evolution of global Internet governance, revealing its mechanisms, key actors and dominant community practices.
Media Smart, a UK non-profit, provides free media literacy teaching resources for 7-16 year olds.
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.
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.