Become peer-educator of media and information literacy!
Recent statistics from the International Telecommunication Union show that nearly 60 of the worlds population are using internet to connect with other people to share information and to get the latest international regional or national news But how many of them have a sustainable media and information literacy training to click wisely and not get lost in the immense amount of information and data on the internet or in social media How many know how to hold media and digital communication platforms accountable for their content
Media and Information Literacy highlighted during Expo 2020 Dubai
Innovation collaboration and inspiration these were the three fundamental principles of the UNESCO Media and Information Literacy Forum and Exhibition at Expo 2020 Dubai held on 18 March 2022 The event addressed how media and information literacy is crucial to tackling disinformation and misinformation and the attendant impact on development democratic governance and peace
Media and Information Literacy as Futures of Literacy: Third World Higher Education Conference
UNESCO in partnership with the UNESCO Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue University Network MILID Network will organize three key events on media and information literacy as part of the Third World Higher Education Conference This series of media and information literacy events will take place from 18 to 20 May 2022
Transforming Education Pre-Summit: Media and Information Literacy and OER key to addressing today’s education challenges
How can we leverage existing tools networks and hubs to ensure that the digital transformation of education systems is aligned with human rights openness accessibility and multistakeholder participation for the benefit of all This was the focus of the side event organized by UNESCO at the Transforming Education preSummit 2022