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MILID Yearbook 2015 Released

“The Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue Yearbook 2015 (MILID Yearbook 2015), sponsored by UNESCO, United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC), New York, and NORDICOM, Gutenburg (Sweden) was released on 26 June 2015 at the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) Conference 2015 on the theme ‘Celebrating connectivity across cultures’, as well as the Global Media and Information Literacy Week Conference held at the Hotel Westin Philadelphia from 26-27 June 2015. The yearbook is a prestigious publication to showcase the work done in the year 2014-15 in the field of media and information literacy and intercultural dialogue worldwide. It contains 31 articles on a variety of themes relating to the MDGs and the SDGs, The yearbook has been edited by Dr. Jagtar Singh (Punjabi University,India), Alton Grizzle, (UNESCO, France), Sin Joan Yee, (University of South Pacific,Fiji), and Sherri Hope Culver, (Temple University, USA). This is the third edition of the yearbook. The first two editions were published in the years 2013, and 2014, respectively. The pdf copy of this yearbook can be downloaded from www.nordicom.gu.se” or viewed directly here.

From left to right: Jun Sakamoto (Japan), Jordi Torrent (USA), Paulette A. Kerr (Jamaica), Alton Grizzle (France), Kyoto Murakami (Japan), Jagtar Singh (India) and Sherri Hope Culver (USA).

From left to right: Jun Sakamoto (Japan), Jordi Torrent (USA), Paulette A. Kerr (Jamaica), Alton Grizzle (France), Kyoto Murakami (Japan), Jagtar Singh (India) and Sherri Hope Culver (USA).

 

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