Inclusive Media Literacy

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Date: June 12, 2024
Location: Online

Professionals in media, journalism, education, and related fields – this event is for you! 

We invite you to an insightful online professional development opportunity: “Inclusive Media Literacy: Engaging the Elderly Across the Visegrad Region.”

This collaborative event brings together organizations from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, and Hungary, showcasing strategies and lessons learned from a groundbreaking media literacy project tailored for elderly people.

Through practical case studies and honest reflections, you’ll gain valuable insights into:

✅ Tailoring programs for the elderly/senior audience

✅ Fostering trust, engagement & participation

✅ Leveraging local contexts for greater impact

✅ Best practices for sustaining long-term initiatives

Date: June 12, 2024

Time: 2:30 PM CET

Registration Link

To give you a taste of our approach, we’ve included a short video that showcases one of our activities demonstrating how we engage elderly audiences. Full info.

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Local Cross-Border Journalism Training Package

Hi there. This is our stand-alone journalism training package. Our modules were designed after a series of live events held in the fall of 2022 for hundreds of journalists across Europe. These short, to the point modules provide a great way to learn some of the most in-demand topics. There is no need to enroll in endless courses. We offer modules that can be completed within 60 minutes. They are interactive and fun.

For access to the content, please register first. It is free.

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01 Crossborder Collaborative Journalism

02 The Role of Evidence in Journalism

03 Opensource intelligence for beginners

04 How to report about disinformation

05 Basics of Data Journalism Part I

06 Basics of Data Journalism Part II

07 Complicating the Narratives: listening and going beneath the problem

08 Complicating the Narratives: embracing complexity and countering confirmation bias

09 How to build trust with new and hard-to-reach audiences

10 Designing Journalistic Content with the Reader in Mind: Part I

11 Designing Journalistic Content with the Reader in Mind: Part II

Partners

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Funders

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Free online course in Solutions Journalism (with certificate)

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Free online course in Solutions Journalism

In this two-hour course, the Transitions team, aided by resources from the Solutions Journalism Network, will introduce you to the practice of solutions journalism. This course consists of five lessons, several interactive exercises, a short video on how to do SoJo, and links to additional resources. By the end of this course, you will be able to:

1) Define solutions journalism and identify SoJo “imposters”;
2) Explain the key criteria of solutions journalism;
3) Get started on a SoJo story; and
4) Know how to pitch a solutions-oriented story.

After completing the course, you can pass the quiz and obtain a downloadable certificate (the certificate is subject to a 15 USD issuing fee).