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  • Social inclusion
The resources will be available through an online training platform. The platform will be developed by taking into account approaches and the methodological framework for the construction of skills and capacity for digital and media literacy adapted to the needs of refugee / asylum seeker / migrant women. It will focus on peer - to - peer methodologies and the training course for refugee / asylum seeker / migrant women will allow for their involvement to an awareness raising campaign.
Title MedLit - Media literacy for refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women
Date launched 2017
Duration Ongoing
November 2017 – October 2019
Type of Resource Digital Resources
Purpose Social Inclusion
Online or Blended Blended
Learning outcomes The basic objectives of the project include the development of innovative learning tools to increase media and digital competences of low – skilled/low qualified refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women and also the improvement of media and digital literacy skills of low – skilled/low – qualified refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women encouraging them with effective awareness raising actions.
Target group Refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan N/A
Recognition or certification of learning N/A
Europass Aligned with basic Europass fields
Financing and sustainability model Erasmus+ European Commission
Leading Organization University of Gloucestershire (UK)
Contact Person Dr. Abigail Gardner: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
@MedLiteracy: @MedLiteracy