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Tag: Media literacy

Operational proposals to strengthen media and information literacy in schools have been issued by a group of experts.

The Global Migration Media Academy aims to provide media education to students and journalists to help them detect, process and debunk disinformation. Training centers are being set up in Ireland, as well as Mexico, Serbia, Morocco and the Philippines. Additional centers will be established in other countries as the initiative evolves.

This report provides a timeline of the mechanisms put in place by major digital platforms to fight against disinformation between January 2020 and February 2021.

Internet is as much a goldmine of information as it is a maze of fake news. Hence, how should media literacy be taught to the youth?

This report, written by Antoine Bristielle and Tristan Guerra for the Fondation Jean Jaurès, provides new data to understand the success of conspiracy theories in France and internationally.

Presented here are four major theories behind the functioning of the world's presses: (1) the Authoritarian theory, which developed in the late Renaissance and was based on the idea that […]

Critical thinking has always been an asset. But in today’s increasingly digital and globalized world, robust forms of thinking have become a necessity. With more and more information at our […]

Over the past two decades, national political and civil discourse in the United States has been characterized by "Truth Decay," defined as a set of four interrelated trends: an increasing […]

The rapid spread of online misinformation poses an increasing risk to societies worldwide. To help counter this, these reseachers developed a “fake news game” in which participants are actively tasked […]

Thanks to technological advances and increasing levels of education, we have access to more information than ever before. Yet rather than ushering in a new era of enlightenment, the information […]

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