On June 1-3 the Symposium “Media Literacy. Networking For a More Resilient Citizenry” took place in the Wojnowice Castle. The event, organized as part of a project funded by the European Commission, was attended by representatives of independent media, NGOs and academics from Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Georgia, Ireland, Germany and Ukraine. The purpose of the symposium was to discuss and exchange experiences and good practices in contemporary media.
Participants talked about media cooperation, audience engagement, media education of young people and the use of artificial intelligence in journalism. One of the outcomes of the meeting was the creation of a content-sharing network that allows partners to use and share with their own audiences articles published by other network users. An important element of the meeting was the opportunity to get to know each other and freely exchange ideas among people from different countries, who often face similar challenges.