Our second media literacy project Future Media+ Camp took place in Tallinn

Our project for youth took in Tallinn on February 27-March 3, 2023. Future Media+ Camp was organised for the second time. Tuleviku Meedia organizes the project in partnership with Estonian Public Broadcasting - RusERR news portal and ETV+ channel. The project was made possible thanks to the support of the British Council.

"The best school vacation of my life". We’re proud of such feedback from participants of our second media literacy project for youth Future Media+ Camp. Many thanks to all the participants, our brilliant lecturers, and our good partners ERR Новости and ETV+. And huge thanks to British Council Estonia for supporting the project!

Lecturers and mentors of the project: Julia Rodina, Andrei Titov, Julia Tisler, Jekaterina Minkova and Tatiana Gassova. Also, participants met with young journalists, founders of media startups, and designers who told about their experience and how understanding media have opened new doors for them.

The final day of Future Media+ Camp took place at ERR News House and TV studios.

On the last day, the graduation day of the project, participants presented the articles they created during the week of training. Articles of Future Media+ Camp graduates will be published in March on the rus.err.ee news portal.

  • You can read the news about our project on the Estonian Public Broadcasting news portal RusERR - here
  • In March five articles by the participants weer published or RusERR Estonian Public Broadcasting news portal. You can read them here

This project is carried out in cooperation with British Council in Estonia as part of the People to People Cultural Engagement Programme. Find more info about British Council’s work in Estonia at www.britishcouncil.ee

We invite young media enthusiasts to take part in the Future Media+ Camp 2023!
We now see journalism in a new light. Feedback from educators who took part in our media literacy project

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