Media Literacy

Campaign Against Rumors – by Emilija Krstevska

[video width="1920" height="1080" mp4="https://medialiteracy.mk/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Campaign-Against-Rumors-Emilija-Krstevska.mp4"][/video]   Our YES finalist Emilija Krstevska filmed a volunteering activity by FORUM 16 known as The Campaign Against Rumors. It's an...

Fake news – types

At its core, “Fake News” are defined as stories, news that are false: the story has no verifiable facts sources or quotes, the story is...

Facts vs Opinions

Knowing the difference between a fact and an opinion is a useful thing when it comes to reading news. A fact is a statement that...

Misinformation vs. Disinformation

We are all acquainted with information. We are presented with it all the time. Especially now, during the CoVid-19 outbreak, information, or should I say,...

News vs. Opinions

We face news in our everyday life. But, we also face opinions, that can sometimes come across as news. However, there is a vast difference...

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