This study session is being organised in cooperation with the Human Rights Education Youth Network (HREYN) and it is intended for professionals working with human rights education for and with young people to explore the fundaments of media literacy and cyber hygiene with a special focus on human rights and democracy. The study session will also focus on creating educational outputs to be used in youth work.
The aim of the study session is to equip the participants with the capacity to use media literacy educational tools in youth work and human rights education. The study session is based on the methodology of non-formal education.
- to map the realities and needs of young people in terms of media literacy and cyber hygiene;
- to explore various tools in media literacy education and promotion of critical thinking by sharing the practices and experts’ input;
- to give space for creating or re-creating tools and methods in human rights education including an aspect of media literacy education;
- to plan strategies for applying new practices and integrating into the agenda of the member organisations and network and disseminating the study session outcomes.
Deadline for applications: 30 November 2018