Ukrainians continue to build their media literacy skills despite ongoing challenges. Filter, in partnership with the study platform Prometheus, launched a Media Literacy course, which has already attracted over 15,000 enrollees.
The war in Ukraine continues, and the need for media literacy skills remains as relevant as ever. Ukrainians have shown their commitment to improving their skills in this area, even in the face of adversity.
The course is free and available online, making it accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds. Additionally, educators can also benefit from the course: the certificate earned from its completion confirms a 30-hour increase in qualification in accordance with the approved program of advanced training of educational workers.
The Media Literacy course is an excellent opportunity for individuals to increase their knowledge and protect themselves from manipulations in wartime. You will gain knowledge about Russian Psyops and propaganda tactics, become adept at spotting fake news, learn how to verify Telegram channels, and gain a deeper understanding of how to create and distribute content responsibly. With these skills in hand, you’ll be equipped to help your community to combat disinformation and propaganda.