In today’s fast-paced digital age, media literacy is not just an option but a necessity. Misinformation, fake news, and biased reporting have become widely spread, posing significant challenges to informed decision-making and social cohesion. This youth exchange is organized as a response to these challenges.
We recognize that young people, as active consumers and creators of the media, are uniquely positioned to drive positive change in this landscape. By gathering youth from various countries, we aim to create an environment for shared experiences and intercultural learning, allowing participants to collectively explore media literacy’s intricacies.
This project relies on non-formal education methods that are interactive,
collaborative, and participatory. Through workshops, discussions, hands-on
activities, and cross-cultural exchanges, participants will engage deeply with media literacy concepts and challenges, learning through shared experiences and practical