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MLI explores Meaningful Media Literacy at Annual Conference.

The 2022 MLI Annual Conference took place in Cork on the 15th December 2022, courtesy of MLI members Trend Micro. Marking five years since MLI was established, the conference theme of ‘Meaningful Media Literacy’ offered a moment of reflection about where we are now, how we got here and most importantly, where we go next.

Media Literacy Ireland Awards 2023 launch

Media Literacy Ireland (MLI) is pleased to announce the launch of the first ever dedicated awards programme to recognise and celebrate media literacy in Ireland. The Awards launch takes place on 15th December, at MLI’s annual conference, hosted this year by member Trend Micro. Supported by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, the awards aim to

TikTok launches Irish campaign to highlight safety features

by Susan Moss, Head of Government Relations and Public Policy, Ireland

TikTok has launched a new Irish campaign to highlight the platform’s safety features to TikTokers and parents.

MLI Steering Group Election

The purpose of the Steering Group is to provide strategic direction, advice and support to the core MLI team and working groups. We are very grateful to the current members of Steering Group who have guided the development of MLI so successfully to date. We would like to take this opportunity to particularly thank Joe

MLI Awards 2023

It is with great excitement that we are sharing our latest update about the MLI Awards 2023. The purpose of these awards is to raise awareness of the great media literacy work that is being done in Ireland and encourage involvement from a maximum number of stakeholders and anyone else interested in media literacy at

2022 MLI Annual Conference

It’s almost time. We are less than four weeks away from our first ‘in-person’ MLI event in since late 2019. The 2022 MLI Annual Conference will take place on December 15th in Cork. We are delighted to have the opportunity to follow up on our commitment to host MLI events ‘out of Dublin’ and we would

In Case You Missed It: Nurturing Trust by evaluating impact: Why understanding what works in MIL interventions is essential

Assessing the impact of media literacy interventions is notoriously difficult, as it is hard to measure the acquisition of skills, particularly with no standard baseline to refer to. But, as increased digital media literacy becomes ever more necessary in the complex online environment, as a tool against disinformation and more, it is crucial that media

Trust and News: (how) does News and Information Literacy work?

Authored by Maria Donde, EPRA Senior Vice-Chair & EMIL coordinator On 4 November 2022, Europe’s media regulators met to mark Global MIL week with a dedicated thematic session: Trust and News: (how) does News and Information Literacy work? The event was jointly organised by the EU expert group ERGA, and EMIL – the European network that brings together