News Literacy Lecture

News Literacy Lecture

It is a special project for schools and universities that helps to verify information.

The flood of fake news, propaganda, rumors, and advertising that often masquerade as news has made it harder than ever to separate fact from fiction.

The News Literacy lecture can help students of all ages recognize the differences between fact and rumor, news and advertising, news and opinion, and bias and fairness.

News Literacy is a curriculum developed at Stony Brook University in New York over the past decade, which is spread around the world by educators and journalists.

It is designed to help students develop critical thinking skills in order to judge the reliability and credibility of information, whether it comes via print, television or the Internet.
Humanity - No Stereotyping

Humanity - No Stereotyping

It is a photo-voice project about refugee success stories.

The main idea of the project is to show people, who were born the second time leaving all the life behind and moving to suspense.

To avoid stereotypes we get everyday from the biggest media showing the side which can get more readers or views - we propose you to be creators of your image and European citizens to see true experienced memoirs.

We are concentrated point of view on humanity, which can fight stereotypes created by race for popularity in area of politics, media or social workers.

The final exhibition of the project will take place in May 2017 in one of the Berlin’s museum.