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Media Azi Show: Solutions against Informational Fast-Food

29 October 2019
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The Independent Journalism Center (IJC) held recently the second edition of Media Education Week, in the context of Global Media Education Week, declared by UNESCO. Both teachers and pupils had the opportunity to participate in various contests, photo exhibitions, visits at editorial offices, public discussions. Why is it important for media education to reach as many schools in Moldova as possible? This topic is addressed in a new edition of Media Azi show by teachers Nadejda Iacob, from ‘Ion Vatamanu’ Theoretical High School in Straseni, and Camelia Postovan, a pupil in the 10th grade at a private high school in Chisinau.

Watch the show to find out about the impact of Education for Media elective course, introduced in the Moldovan schools by IJC. Do pupils know how to distinguish between quality media and the so-called informational ‘fast-food’? Are they more prepared to face challenges of the virtual environment? Have they became messengers of critical thinking among their peers? And how the portal of the Independent Journalism Center can help them? Find out the answers in Media Azi show.


The show can be viewed on, and portals and on the IJC’s Youtube channel.


This show is made possible by the generous support of the American and British people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and UK Aid. The contents are the responsibility of Independent Journalism Center and do not necessarily reflect the views of UK Aid, USAID or the United States Government.