For the fifth year in a row, the Media Literacy Coalition has organized the Media Literacy Days campaign. The aim of the campaign is to promote the importance of media literacy to our society, but in 2022 it mainly focuses on the role of teachers and formal and informal education and lifelong learning.
As before, Media Literacy Days starts on International Safer Internet Day, the 2022 edition of which takes place on February 8. The campaign will last until the end of June and covers online training and courses for mentors, teachers and students, as well as for elderly people in small settlements; competition for teachers; webinars for parents; disinformation and fact-checking initiatives; presentation of new educational content, as well as the results of the first national testing of students’ digital media literacy skills.
About the Coalition:
The Media Literacy Coalition brings together organizations, researchers, journalists and trainers working in the fields of education, media and civil society. Meet KMG members at
1. Digital Stars School and Teacher Packages
All schools that want to be part of Media Literacy Days can do so by using some of the ready-made programs we have prepared or by creating their own.
To become Digital Stars, send us information about the events or lessons held at your school.
Choose a ready-made programs to celebrate the Days, from developed lessons to the screening and discussion of free-to-use videos:
2. Make your own event, which we will include in the Media Literacy Days calendar and promote alongside other initiatives in the campaign.
3. Support the Days as an information partner
Contacts: Kristina Hristova: 0899 81 7659; email@example.com
You can learn more about MLC’s completed and ongoing projects here.