The annual conference on Media Literacy organized by the National Library of Estonia and the University of Tartu took place in Tartu on October 25-26. During the first conference day of the event the best media literacy educators and promoters were awarded.
We have finalised our third project for Russian-speaking school teachers and youth workers "Keeping up with media". The project, organised by MTÜ Tuleviku Meedia in partnership with the Estonian Public Broadcasting (ERR) news portal Rus.ERR, Radio 4 and ETV+ TV channel, was attended by 31 Russian-speaking teachers from schools and youth centres in Tallinn, Harju County and Ida-Viru County.
Do you use fact-checking in your everyday life? You should. We took part in the Opinion festival in Paide where we organized a workshop and our founder Julia Rodina talked about how fact-checking saves lives.