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This platform has been created under the Regional Programme on Local Democracy in the Western Balkans,which is funded by the European Union and implemented by the UNDP

Public call in the Western Balkans

Do you know how the news is created? How can you tell truth from misinformation? Why do we need media literacy? What are the most reliable sources of news? Why do some news stories go viral? Join us to find out!

After the intensive learning process on Media and Information Literacy, Young European Ambassadors from Western Balkans are starting their journey around the Western Balkans, sharing their knowledge with young people interested in media, social media, and society, always eager to learn more about the world around us.

If you are:

-interested in the topic of Media and Information Literacy

-13 – 16 years old

-coming from the Western Balkans

then JOIN US on our journey!!

You will be given an opportunity to meet our YEAs but also learn about:

-media and media literacy

-fake news



-media manipulation

-and much more…

through fun exercises, lots of discussion, videos and examples.

All of the workshops will be conducted in local languages. You will also have the opportunity to get to know about Young European Ambassadors and to get some YEA gifts from our team!

The exact times and dates for the workshops in Western Balkans will be announced on our channels soon!

The maximum number of participants per workshop is 25, so be ready to check info about dates and venues regularly, in order to secure your spot on time by filling in this registration FORM.

By filling in this form, you are securing your spot and we will contact you directly regarding the date and place of the workshop nearest to you!

Contact for more info! Otherwise, stay tuned and follow our feed.

Resource: Media and Information Literacy Workshops by YEAs start in the Western Balkans! News | WeBalkans

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