On October 19th, the Center for Media and Information Literacy will be hosting a viewing and discussion of Greta Gerwig’s 2023 Barbie!
International Media Literacy Resources
By Matt Vona
European Broadcasting Union is a collaboration of mostly government-owned radio and television companies that are aimed at implementing positive societal changes.
Mediawijzer.net is a Dutch network seeking to bring media awareness to youth within Dutch communities. Mediawijzer.net provides a free network membership, enabling organizations to meet, as well as to bring their offerings to the attention of one other.
Media Literacy: No Longer the Shrinking Violet of European Audiovisual Media Regulation? is an article written by Tarlach McGonagle, which delves into media literacy theories, as well as discusses reasonings behind media literacy research.
This website gives detailed explanations and provides possible programming to help improve media education of the European world.
The United Nations Alliance of Civilization seeks to engage the digital society throughout the globe. This website keeps viewers informed about various media and information literacy developments and events taking place internationally.
UNESCO presents Media and Information Literacy in a comprehensive manner by drawing on familiar trends from pop culture within the media.