Media do not Recognise Femicide
The media have a relatively low capacity to recognise femicide, as the most severe form of gender-based violence, i.e., recognise that it is the killing of a woman because she is a woman, with an intention to commit the murder.
A call for the second generation of the Media and Journalism Master Classes
The master classes are a combination of lectures, discussions, exercises and practical work. They will be held during March and April, lasting three days, through presentations and discussions with experienced journalist-trainers, after which the participants, working in teams with mentor support, will create media products.
Reclaiming the digital information space
The director of ICS, Zaneta Trajkoska, opened the event and presented the objectives of the symposium, and emphasized that in today's media-saturated world, media literacy is a key competence for everyone, so educational programs and initiatives must be inclusive to reach as many people as possible.
International Symposium “Reclaiming the Digital Information Space”
The Institute of Communication Studies (ICS) and IREX have the honor of inviting you to attend the second annual international symposium, "Reclaiming the Digital Information Space," organized within the USAID Media Literacy project "YouThink.”
The Environmental Communication Programme started with more than 180 participants
The five courses are designed both theoretical and practical, including collaborative online learning. The participants work interactively on different case studies and prepare team tasks weekly, led by professors who are specialists in the field.
ICS awarded with new UNESCO Chair
We’re pleased to announce that UNESCO has awarded the ICS with the UNESCO Chair in Futures and Media and Information Literacy under the UNESCO/UNITWIN Chairs Programme.
ICS survey: Political parties – main source of disinformation in Macedonia
The prevailing opinion among the Macedonian population is that political parties and the media are the main disinformation propagators. The majority of people believe they can recognize disinformation, but admit that, on occasion, they have shared false information themselves. Their main source of information is television, Facebook and websites, but they have very little trust in the media.
Opening the shutters: Tackling political disinformation with increased institutional transparency
The Conference will present the initial findings of the ICS research on the transparency of the Macedonian government as a basis for preventing disinformation, but also whether there are institutional and human capacities for identifying and dealing with disinformation.
Online lecture: Become Indispensable in Any Organization
ICS and Rome Business School invite you to the free online event "Become Indispensable in Any Organization" with Miroslav Draganov and Valerio Mancini, which will be held on November 30 (Wednesday) from 16:00 to 17:00 (CEST).