During April 2022, a series of activities were held within the ESF project “Media education is important. MOV” in which Gong, in cooperation with ten partner organizations, developed a thematic network on media literacy and the development of better media education programs. Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO), as a partner organization, conducted public opinion polls, research on social needs and social changes as well the social impact assessment of proposed policy intervention.
On Thursday, April the 7th a virtual meeting was held with the scope of planning a structured dialogue and media-advocacy campaign. It was attended by representatives of Gong, Info zona, Kurziv, DOKKICA, Zlatna vrata and FER.
On Monday, April the 11th a one-day workshop on building network members’ capacity in decision-making processes took place in the facilities of Pragma. The workshop was led by Maja Horvat, Executive Director of MAP Consulting and attended by representatives of Gong, Pragma, Kurziv, Telecentar, Bacači sjenki and DOKKICA. The following day, a short thematic workshop was held at the same location, with the aim of planning key components of policy papers covering different aspects of media literacy and media education
On Tuesday, April the 12th a meeting was held with the representatives of Gong, Kurziv and the Institute for Development and International Relations Institute for Development and International Relations Institute for Development and International Relations the Institute for Development and International Relations and Italics in charge of preparing an analysis of the previous impact of the previously mentioned guidelines. between the representatives of Gong, Kurziv and the Institute for Development and International Relations with the scope of planning an social impact ex-ante analysis of the aforementioned policy papers.
Taken together, these activities have laid the foundations for more visible outreach expected this autumn. For further announcements and activities visit the MOV project website