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OWIS - Media-educational Activation Program for Students and Educators with Intergenerational Overlap

Project Facts:
Project Promoter: People in Need
Project partners from donor states: N/A
Project partners from the Czech Republic: Research Library in Liberec
School Institution - Leisure Center RADOVANEK
Title of the Programme: Home Affairs
Number of the Project: VV-MGS-004
Target group: Children and youth (under and including 17 years of age)
Seniors (above 65)
Project duration: 23. 6. 2022 - 31. 12. 2023
Total Eligible Costs: 83 893 EUR
Grant: 75 503 EUR (90 %)
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Description of the project:

The main aim of the project is the education of young people through the so-called activation program, which will involve students from regions in the Czech Republic outside Prague, who will go through an educational cycle and implement their own projects. The project activities will increase the media literacy of the students involved, their peers, younger children and elderly people. Students will be provided with suitable tools and knowledge that will enable them to multiply information to the selected target group.

The project will create an educational material for students, that will provide information on project management, especially about activities in the field of media literacy, and will contain an educational part focusing mainly on disinformation, fake news, propaganda, and cyber-security.

Teachers and youth workers play a key role in the educational process, and their development has a major impact on pupils' education. Some regions and types of schools have little or no media education opportunities. The project will hold seminars for educators from regions outside Prague and will be offered them a unique opportunity to learn about media issues using innovative educational methods, such as teaching through audiovisual materials. Educators will be actively supported to provide quality information to their students.


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