Last night, the promotion of the “Handbook on Media Literacy” as well as the webinar “Digital Rebel” were held with great success.
Yesterday’s event was given additional weight by recorded statements on the importance of media literacy by Ambassador Sam Fabrizi, Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Culture and Information Maja Gojković and Branko Ruzić, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development.
The participants of the webinar were Maja Zarić, Head of the Information and Media Sector at the Ministry of Culture and Information, as well as experts on the project “Support to Media Reforms in the Republic of Serbia”: Ana Martinoli, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts and Vice Dean for Teaching, Ana Mirković, Director of the Institute of Digital Communications, Saša Mirković, lecturer at the Faculty of Media and Communications and moderator Dragan Ilić, journalist and psychologist.
Through an interesting and inspiring discussion, they touched on a number of topics of importance for the period of virtual maturation of high school children, which concluded the cycle of webinars “Digital immunity – from digital soother to digital rebel”.
The series of webinars was organized by the Ministry of Culture and Information, the EU Info Center and the ICE consortium within the project “Support to Media Reforms in the Republic of Serbia” funded by the European Union.