Media and Information Literacy (MIL) is a recently-developed pedagogical approach that takes into consideration the new cultures emerging from the Information Society. Read more about MIL.
This clearinghouse on MIL encourages the user’s active participation. Read more about how to contribute.
Call for Entries
Young filmmakers: Submit your videos on migration, diversity and social inclusion
The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations and the International Organization for Migration invite the world’s youth to submit original and creative videos to PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival. Deadline for submission is June 30th. Read more at pluralplus.unaoc.org.
Be one of 100 youth for positive social change
Develop skills for this interconnected world through lively discussions and interactive workshops hosted by the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations and EF Education First. Read more at www.unaocefsummerschool.org.
First MILID Yearbook is out
UNITWIN Cooperation Programme on Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue (MILID) is based on an initiative from UNESCO and the UN Alliance of Civilizations. Together with International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media at NORDICOM, University of Gothenburg, they have published the MILID Yearbook 2013.
Read the report here.
Curriculum for Educators on Media and Information Literacy
Educators are the gateway to literate societies. Therefore, this model Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Curriculum for Teachers is intended as a tool that will provide educators of all backgrounds with the main competencies (knowledge, skills, and attitude) on MIL. It focuses on pedagogical approaches necessary to enable teachers to integrate MIL in their classrooms.
Read the MIL Curriculum for Teachers in English, Spanish, French or Arabic.
Mapping Media Education Policies in the World:
Visions, Programmes and Challenges.
Educators around the world have been championing media education and media literacy for well over two decades, but in most countries policy-makers shaping national education programmes have just recently become aware of the need for media literacy. With this publication the Alliance of Civilizations—in partnership with UNESCO, Grupo Comunicar, and all the contributors—would like to infuse dynamism to the process of normalization which aims to include media education and media literacy in educational curricula across the world.
Read the report here in English, Español or 日本語で.