México will host next Latin American and Caribbean Media and Information Literacy Forum

LOGOTIPO inglesAfter the success of the EMEDUS final conference, the First European Media Literacy Forum, a new debate will open on December 2014 with the “Latin American and Caribbean Media and Information Literacy Forum”, which will gather stakeholders interested in fostering media education in this region. 

The Latin American and Caribbean Media and Information Literacy Forum will be held on December 10 and 11 in Mexico City. This conference will be hosted by the National Autonomous University of Mexico (through TV UNAM) and the National Public Broadcasting System of Mexico, with the Autonomous University of Barcelona and UNESCO as co-organizer, and will bring together stakeholders interested in fostering media and information literacy among Latin American and the Caribbean countries.

México is in the most important moment of development in terms of the assumption of new technologies, says Ernesto Velázquez, Director of TV UNAM. 

Among the outcomes of the Forum is the launching of the Media and Information Literacy Observatory born as a continuation of the European Media Literacy Study (EMEDUS).

 

 

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