Our founder, Christiana Varda, will be a giving a presentation titled "Woman, Self, Selfie: Behind self-representations Online", as part of Fotodos' 2021 guest speaker series.
What does it mean to speak the language of media? We'll be giving a short presentation about this during the online Conference on Film Literacy, which will take place on 29 and 30 January 2021.
We gave a workshop on how to develop critical thinking through cross-generational storytelling to a room full of educators and media literacy enthusiasts at the Media Lit Seminar.
Photini Vrikki, Media What Research Lead, was selected to attend DCN's Digital Storytelling for Impact Forum, which took place in Sofia, Bulgaria.
In the week beginning 11 February – 15 February 2020 three separate screening events will take place in Larnaka, Cyprus, Hyvinkää, Finland and Mulhouse, France which will feature the short documentaries created by young participants.
We’re happy to announce that after months of hard work, we’ve launched the Media Learn platform, an open-access lesson plan repository for educators who seek to integrate media literacy skills into their classrooms.
By focusing on storytelling, Your Story has developed an approach to integrating media literacy skills in a way that also celebrates the wider community, and connects younger and older generations together, through the use of media and technology.
We got the chance to meet and interact with other local NGOs who are interested in making a difference in the world at the Social Innovation for Social Inclusion Forum, organized by Youth Board Cyprus and the Center for Social Innovation.
We’re happy to collaborate with the Lemesos Documentary Festival for the screening of Bellingcat: Truth in a Post-Truth World.
We attended the event in Brussels and connected with other media literacy advocates across Europe.
Our founder gave a TEDx talk encouraging the audience to pause before acting online.
Our founder inaugurated Larnaka Cinema Society’s “Cinema Talks”, with a talk on “The Female Gaze and Its Importance in Cinema".