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Filter presented an analytical report on media literacy in Ukraine

26.11.2021

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Filter presented an analytical report on media literacy in Ukraine

National media literacy project “Filter” in cooperation with the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine and NGO “Internews-Ukraine” presented a report on the state of media literacy in Ukraine after having conducted discussions and interviews with the representatives of media, NGOs, international and non-governmental organizations.

Taras Shevchenko, Deputy Minister of Culture and Information Policy, emphasized the priority of media literacy in the Activities Programme of the Ministry.

“Media literacy is one of the key priorities, envisaged not only by the Activities Programme of the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy but also in the Programme of the Government. This document is a classic example of what all ministries should do from the point of view of policy formation and its implementation in specific areas”

The report includes an analysis of the current state of media literacy in Ukraine, an overview of the key media literacy initiatives in Ukraine, evaluates the impact of media literacy on the quality of social life, and presents the best international practices aimed at developing media literacy.

“The document is not only for the experts but for the general public too, therefore we wanted it to be very clear and easy-to-understand. Its audience is Ukrainian society, which should be informed about the changes in the media literacy policy and available opportunities for developing their media literacy skills”, Valeria Kovtun, head of Filter, explained.

In the document, one can also learn more about the strategic goals and objectives of the National media literacy project “Filter”.

“Such reports are important, so people can get all the necessary information about the state of media literacy from one source. This analysis helps us understand what needs to be imporved. Our main goal is to make media literacy fashionable”, Andriy Kulakov, Program Director of the NGO “Internews-Ukraine”, noted.

Read the full version of the report here.

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