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Catalogue of Initiatives
- Social inclusion
Radio Literacy (RadioLit) against drug and substance abuse is a project on media literacy and empowerment, focused on radio literacy. It provides the tools and capacities to understand and question information, the technical skills to create and record an online radio program, and the communication skills to present and debate topics.
Five modules compose the training course, which is now being piloted and will be available online in May 2023:
- Module 1: Developing critical thinking.
- Module 2: Creating podcast products. Building a programme
- Module 3: Citizen journalism
- Module 4: Technical skills for audio production
- Module 5: Publishing and publicity
|Status (Ongoing, forthcoming)
|Type of Resource
|Online or Blended
|Refugees and young people with a migrant background, aged 16 to
|English, Italian, French, Arabic
|Evaluation results/ monitoring plan
|Questionnaires after workshops from participants and trainers.
|The migrants will be assessed via their own work, the promotion of their podcasts on various platforms. Their commitment will be evaluated by the number of shares and likes they will receive. Boosting their own production is part of the training.
|Recognition or certification of learning
|Aligned with all basic Europass fields
|Financing and sustainability model
|Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
The partnership will deepen their engagement by planning more elaborate activities that can lead to a proper profession as a journalist.
|African Media Association Malta
The training course will soon be available in Salto (in May 2023) and in all partners’ websites - not a specific website for the project.
|Is this initiative country-specific? If yes, please specify the country.