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Real facts matter
Youth Exchange – Actividad subvencionada por la Unión Europea
Nowadays we live in a media world full of new technologies, where people, especially youth, are fed with media messages which influence their views and behaviours in many different ways. Through their lifetime youth learn how to use these technologies for addressing issues that affect them. Media and information literacy – the ability to access, analyse, and process information created and disseminated by different types of media – becomes more and more essential and vital civic skill in today’s modern democratic society. In fact, media and information literacy can be used as a tool for youth representation since it can improve their understanding about media and information, as well as the work of youth organisations. Also, media and information literacy can be adopted as a communication practice for stimulating informed dialogue, but also for promotion of intercultural and interreligious understanding among youth who work in different areas. Thus, this project ‘Real Facts Matter’ aims to allow youth through their organisations working in different fields, such as, environment, sport, democracy, human rights, etc., to learn and apply media and information literacy skills and competences in their everyday life and work. The project’s objectives are set as following:
– to spread information and knowledge among young people from different parts of Europe
about the media and information literacy policies and strategies,
-to help young people understand the deeper meaning of information and media literacy
and the importance of acquiring media literacy skills, especially among young people as driving force in society,
– to show young people and youth organisations how to use the information at their
disposal in an effective, critical and ethical way, as well as to support and promote
freedom of expression, access to information and other human rights,
– to advise young people to be constructive when sharing information and how to detect fake news,
– to encourage young people and youth organisations to be more creative and
involved in production of knowledge and information,
– to increase participant’s digital skills, as well as other soft skills, such as presentation, public speaking, teamwork and leadership skills, etc.,
_ to enable intercultural learning and support for cultural diversity,
– To promote the Erasmus+ Programme, YouthPass certificate and NFE (non-formal education).
CONDICIONES DE PARTICIPACIÓN
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