EAVI welcomes the news that negotiators from the European Parliament, Council and Commission reached a compromise on April 10 that will see draft legislation to implement the Marrakesh Treaty in the European Union.
EAVI's secretary general Paolo Celot on EAVI's campaign resulting in the European Parliament's vote to re-introduce media literacy to the Audiovisual Media Services Directive.
EAVI fully supports rightcopyright, COMMUNIA's campaign for a better copyright for education in Europe.Although some copyright exceptions exist for education, a lot has changed in education practice since Europe last updated copyright rules in 2001 and it may be a long time before we see another review. It is important that we get copyright right RIGHT NOW!
EAVI attempts to keep you updated with all the new initiatives, software, books, projects, changes in policy, news and whatever else we find relating to media literacy in Europe.
A quiz for people who think they've lost control of their personal data
It has become remarkably simple to create a valid-looking website, which to the unassuming eye resembles an official, big-name news outlet. But as if verifying text content wasn't hard enough, seductive visualisations; graphs, charts, and maps, made with free tools found anywhere on the internet, can make fact checking even harder.