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Oxford Internet Institute - Stakeholders

The Oxford Internet Institute is a multidisciplinary research and teaching department of the University of Oxford, dedicated to the social science of the Internet. The institute's activities are developed through research, teaching and policy.

Lie Detectors - Stakeholders

The non-profit Lie Detectors aims to improve news literacy and to increase awareness of misinformation among teenagers and pre-teens. It also promotes positive contact between young people and journalists by sending media practitioners into schools to deliver interactive classroom sections. It is funded by the Wyss Foundation .

The Poynter Institute - Stakeholders

The Poynter Institute is a leading school for journalism. Founded in 1975, in Florida, Poynter is an inspirational place but also a practical one, connecting the varied crafts of journalism to its higher mission and purpose. From person-to-person coaching and intensive hands-on seminars to interactive online courses and media reporting, Poynter helps journalists sharpen skills and elevate storytelling throughout their careers.

Poynter specializes in:

  • Ethics and fact-checking
  • Reporting and storytelling
  • Developing journalism’s leaders
  • Advancing newsroom diversity
  • Strengthening local news companies

Media In Action - Stakeholders

Media in Action is a EU funded project that aims to train educators (i.e. youth and community group leaders, techers, trainee teachers or teaching assistants) in media literacy and storytelling. Expected results include:

  • an online course for educators in media literacy and storytelling;
  • teaching and learning materials;
  • a repository of lesson plans and resources;
  • an online community;
  • a showcase of stories from end users.

The project is led by a European consortium composed by Pontydysgu (UK, Germany, Spain), COFAC (Portugal), Cooperativa Nuova Dimensione (Italy), Grupo Comunicar (Spain) and KIC (Malta).

IViR - Institute for Information Law - Stakeholders

Established in 1989, the Institute for Information Law (IViR) engages in cutting-edge research on a wide spectrum of information related themes including intellectual property law, broadcasting regulation, freedom of expression, media law, et cetera aiming to provide an international forum for critical debate.

Media Accessibility Platform - Stakeholders

MAP (Media Accessibility Platform) aims to make media accessible to all, regardless of sensorial and linguistic barriers by creating an atlas of research, policies, training and practices in this field. Its beta version was presented in 2016.

Universität Wien (University of Vienna) - Stakeholders

The Media Governance and Industries Research Lab of the University of Vienna studies the processes of and challenges posed by governance of communication processes and the media in relation to Democracy, Citizenship and Human Rights. Its work is both theory and practice driven and it aims to bridge academic systematic enquiry and theory together with applicability and solution driven research. 

Albanian Centre for Quality Journalism - Stakeholders

Financially supported by US Embassy in Tirana through the US State Department’s Alumni Office Program, the Albanian Center for Quality Journalism aims to improve professional journalism standards in the country, paying particular attention to trainings for young students. Under this initiative, the contents of the website (both in English and Albanian) are produced and edited by the students of the Investigative Journalism Laboratory project, who are responsible for the policy and the editorial line.

Università degli Studi di Perugia (UNIPG) - Stakeholders

Founded in 1308, the Università degli Studi di Perugia is one of the oldest universities in Italy and one of the most accredited, offering a wide variety of courses in all fields of education. Among them, a master degree in Public, Digital and Business Communication .

School of Journalism and Public Relations - Stakeholders

The School of Journalism and Public Relations from Skopje  is the first and only institution in Macedonia that provides education to journalism and public relations specialists, successfully combining theory and practice. At the School there are two graduate courses: journalism and corporate communications and public relations. The division into two courses that, although complementary and alike, has the purpose of dividing and separately developing both professions that are on two opposite ends of information and communication.