Global Alliance for Partnerships on MIL


Using Social Media for Media and Information Literacy Purposes: UNESCO MIL Clicks


MIL CLICKS is a fun and creative way to use social media in information and learning environments to increase people's understanding of Media and Information Literacy. MIL CLICKS is a social media innovation led by UNESCO. The acronym MIL stands for Media and Information Literacy.


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Global Alliance for Media and Information Literacy (GAPMIL)


Introductory Note:

Organisations from over eighty countries have agreed to join forces and stand together for change as a Global Alliance for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy (GAPMIL). GAPMIL is a groundbreaking effort to promote international cooperation to ensure that all citizens have access to media and information competencies:


GAPMIL Framework and Plan of Action:






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31.12 | 15:40

This refers to Alternative Media that critique not only powerful forces, but also mainstream media; they are called the watchdogs of the watchdogs.

29.12 | 15:03

Hello Madame , Could you please explain what do we mean by the watchdog of the watchdog ? Thanks in advance

27.12 | 18:59

The media are successful in telling us what to think about refers to the Agenda-Setting Theory of the Press and to News Values. You should also address the implications of News Agenda Settings.

27.12 | 18:52

1. You should explain the second element of the statement "what to think about": News Agenda Setting based on News Values.
2. You should explain the first element of the statement: The media are not successful in telling us "what to think."

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