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Get into Global Media & Information Literacy Week 2021

During Global Media & Information Literacy (MIL) Week, UNESCO and the Global Alliance for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy (GAPMIL) invite global stakeholders to come together to discuss and celebrate progress achieved towards MIL for all. Read More

  • News
  • 06 October 2021

Global Media and Information Literacy Week 2020

This year’s Global Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Week will be the first following its recognition as an official UNESCO event. Taking place online, it will focus both on the renewed understanding of the importance of MIL in resisting disinformation, and more broadly as a part of enabling everyone in… Read More

  • Events
  • 26 October 2020

Get Into… Guides

A key part of IFLA’s advocacy work is our engagement with international organisations and processes. These provide an opportunity to underline the role of libraries and call for laws, recommendations and research which can be used in national advocacy. Yet often, these processes are not limited to… Read More

  • Publications
  • 21 October 2020

Global Media and Information Literacy Week Feature Conference

As information becomes more and more central to the way we work, live and communicate, the importance of the ability to find, understand and use it grows. In parallel, concerns around fake news underline the risks to democracy and informed decision-making from misinformation. Media and information… Read More

  • Events
  • 15 October 2018

Global MIL Week is Coming! How Can You Get Involved?

Global Media and Information Week 2018 will take place from 24 to 31 October 2018, and provides an opportunity to discuss – and celebrate – the importance of skills as both a response to the challenges of a digital world, and an opportunity for people of all ages. IFLA is playing an active role in the preparation of the events, and encourages its members and the broader library community to get involved! Read More

  • News
  • 29 May 2018
  • By: anonymous