Media Literacy Matters: Combating Fake News during Armed Conflicts 2022
In the framework of international project “Media Literacy Matters: Combating Fake News during Armed Conflicts 2022” 5 follow up actions implemented in Armenia, Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova with involvement of more than 100 participants (online and offline).
• Basis of Media literacy
• Fact checking
• Theoretical and practical workshop on media literacy
• Reflecting the refugee crises in the Moldovian Mass media
• Raise awareness of the need for media literacy in schools and the importance of this discipline in developing critical thinking especially among teenagers
• Develop information security culture in the context of the refugee crisis etc
The project was developed and implemented by Youth is Power NGO (YiP, Armenia), Civic Education Teachers Forum (CETF (Georgia), Education for Life (Ukraine), Mostenitorii NGO (Moldova).
Host organization Youth is Power NGO.
The project has been funded by the Federal Agency for Civic Education using funds appropriated by the Federal Foreign Office, Expanding Cooperation with Civil Society in the Eastern Partnership Countries and Russia (Eastern Partnership Programme).