Media and Information Literacy in Serbia

UNESCO-supported discussion on Media and Information Literacy in Serbia: Cross-sector approach for all generations Young people are faced with a challenge they might not even be aware of: from whom will they learn about Media and Information Literacy (MIL)? Parents, often themselves lacking MIL skills, are rarely aware of the Continue Reading →

My Danube Peace Boat Experience

My Danube Peace Boat Experience By Laura Gaynor, Ireland It’s more than a month since the Danube Peace Boat, and yet, I still find myself thinking and talking about it to my friends. Though I only visited one country, I felt like I visited eight. When I first heard about Continue Reading →

We are the BOAT

We are sailing again! It is two short points mentioned by Ms. Silvia Fridrich after research of our Project Concept: Innovation and Action means CHANGE because We are the BOAT. So, we are traveling and our daily reports will include all of you in our journey. From first to the last episode, EVERYDAY INSIDER! Continue Reading →

Kadija Is Free

Investigative reporter Khadija Ismayilova has been released from prison in Azerbaijan. Khadija, who turns 40 on Friday, had been sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in prison on trumped-up financial charges in September 2015, having been detained since December 2014. The remainder of her sentence was commuted to a three-year conditional sentence. She Continue Reading →

Press Freedom Day 2016

UNESCO Director-General, Irina Bokova “I call on everyone to stand united in defending and encouraging press freedom and the right to access to information. This is essential for human rights and dignity, for our aspirations for sustainable development, for common determination to build lasting peace.” Every year, on the 3rd Continue Reading →