The Trainer’s Guide to Developing Media Literacy Skills is intended to be a practical guide for everyone who would like to apply a model of inclusive media literacy development, whether in a school, as part of the class teacher’s work programme, or a civil society organization.
The guide Rocks of Reliability: Journalist’s Tools for Tackling Disinformation is intended primarily for journalists and media workers who are faced with a surge of disinformation, misinformation or malinformation, or various other manipulative techniques.
The research "Vulnerability to disinformation of diverse groups of citizens in North Macedonia" aims to determine the individual factors, motives, and barriers for recognizing and dealing with disinformation of vulnerable groups of citizens.
The study "Role of Institutional Transparency in Tackling Disinformation and Speculation in North Macedonia" aims to identify how transparency can help counter the spread of disinformation that undermines trust in state institutions.
This report includes the findings of the public opinion research that refers to identification of citizens’ ability to discern and deal with disinformation.
The aim of the research is to find out if higher education provides the students with the necessary knowledge and skills in the field of media, digital and information literacy, as well as whether it prepares them to cope with the influx of disinformation campaigns.
The School for Journalism and Public Relations, together with the Media Diversity Institute from London have developed the "Handbook on Media Literacy for Youth, Media and CSOs". It includes helpful tips on how all these groups can promote media literacy.
The School for Journalism and Public Relations carried out the research "Media literacy in Macedonia: the missing link for active citizenship". In addition to explaining the concept of "media literacy" and how it is defined in international regulation, the Report analyzed the situation in this area through a local perspective, namely how media literacy is understood and practiced in the secondary education, the civil sector and the media in Macedonia. The research was conducted with support of the European Union.