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In the first week of November 2021, more precisely on the 6th and 7th day of the month, BRAVO representatives visited Nikšić, Montenegro, for the MIDTERM EVALUATION MEETING as a part of the Structured Learning for Awareness in Media – SLAM project.
What does it exactly mean? It means that project consortium partners, namely BRAVO – Bosnian Representative Association for Valuable Opportunities, Mladiinfo Montenegro, KOM 018 – Club for Youth Empowerment 018 / Klub za osnaživanje mladih 018, Mine Vaganti NGO, Асоциация за развитие на българския спорт /Bulgarian Sports Development Association, Youth for Social Changes Albania, and EPEKA Turkey, met and held a meeting to check and evaluate what they had done, what was in the progress during the meeting, as well as to plan the activities they are going to do in the upcoming period. Some cool things are in front of the partners, and just two of them are the upcoming seminar in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the manual which will put all information in one place. So, if you want to learn how media influence our opinion formation, stay with us.
Amazing project partners are currently doing some educational activities in their countries with their young people who will have a chance to extend their knowledge on fake news and fake media delivering that news, as well as news on migrants and refugees. Partners have created their calendars, and we kindly ask you to follow our website and social media for the upcoming activities and events.
As you can see, SLAM is all about raising awareness on fake news and fake media delivering it to the public – we are all facing it even without being aware. We want to get people to talk about it, discuss it and make their opinion. We want people to know the difference between fake information and fake news, develop critical thinking, recognize the real information, etc.