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"Media Literacy and Journalism: How to Create Responsible Content"


for Journalism Professionals

Impartial and timely news, verified and sourced, is critically important in ordinary times but becomes especially significant during crises. The Ukrainian media community has directly felt the negative impact of the war, with increased risks and reduced funding sources for independent editorial offices. The prevalence of propaganda and security-imposed restrictions have further complicated journalists' work. In this situation, the ability of media professionals to inform the audience about important events while maintaining high standards of quality and independent journalism remains a key prerequisite for the country's continued democratic development.

The Association of Innovative and Digital Education, NGO "Detector Media," with the support of The National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI), invites you to the webinar for journalism professionals "Media Literacy and Journalism: How to Create Responsible Content." You will learn about the steps necessary to improve your information security.

The webinar will take place on July 4th, starting at 5:00 PM.

To ensure you don't miss the webinar, follow this link: Google Calendar and click "Yes." This will save it to your calendar, and you will receive a reminder on the day of the stream.

During the webinar, you will learn:

  • How are news stories created?

  • What are the professional standards?

  • How can the media manipulate public opinion through news?

  • How do social networks change the perception of news?

Speaker: Vadym Misky, Program Director at NGO "Detector Media" - a leading Ukrainian analytical center in the field of media freedom and countering disinformation. He is a journalist and media manager, an expert and host of programs on countering disinformation. Since 2015, he has been a member of the Supervisory Board of the National Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine.

Link to the broadcast: YouTube Live

Don't forget to subscribe to the channel and click the "bell" to avoid missing the start of the webinar.


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