Content tagged Media and Information Literacy
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- IFLA Statement on Fake News
The phenomenon of ‘fake news’ has risen to prominence in many countries, regularly appearing in political debate. IFLA is concerned by the risk that this can pose to access to...
Publication - 25 August 2018
- Getting to Grips with Information in a Digital Age: IFLA Joins Reflections at UNESCO Conference
The first UNESCO-IFAP conference on ‘Tangible and Intangible Impacts of Information and Communications in the Digital Age’ on 3-8 June 2018 brought together representatives of...
News - 13 June 2018
Tags: Access to information, Digital inclusion, Information literacy, Media and Information Literacy, Russian Federation, UNESCO, FAIFE (Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression)
- Get into GAPMIL (2017 edition)
This is the page for the 2017 edition of the IFLA briefing: Get into GAPMIL. You can find the most recent version of this guide, alongside further explanation, on this page. You can...
Publication - 16 May 2018
- Education before Regulation: IFLA Engages at Fake News Workshop
As calls grow for governments to act quickly on fake news, many seem tempted to create ‘bans’ or regulation. However, simple solutions are rarely the best response to complex problems...
News - 1 March 2018