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International Conferences

paolo-celot-conference-photo1The International EAVI Conferences bring together interest groups, local, national and trans-national bodies, media industry representatives, civil society organisations, academic institutions and individuals to discuss the most pressing issues relating to media literacy today, and how best to meet the challenges of the current media environment.

The International EAVI Conferences are usually held at national parliament houses, in order to ensure high visibility and encourage participation with EU representatives and members of international institutions.

EAVI is also invited to contribute to three International Institutions Expert Groups;

  • The Council of Europe Steering Committee of Media and Information Society;
  • European Commission Media Literacy Expert Group; and
  • European Commission Group on Active Citizenship.

Each Experts Group meets regularly either in Brussels or Strasbourg.

  • Media Literacy for Full Citizenship, European Parliament, June 22nd, 2016
  • EAVI IV International Conference: Media, Education and Citizens 6-7 December, 2011 – Budapest, EU Hungarian Presidency

  • EAVI III International Conference: Citizens’ Participation to Public Life through theMedia 24-25 November 2009 – Madrid, Senate House

  • EAVI II International Conference: Media Literacy5 November 2008 – Rome, Italian Parliament

  • EAVI I Launching Conference: Advancing the European Viewers Interests -Participation, Media Accountability and Media Literacy 22-23 October 2004 – Lucca

Steering Group Meeting of Media and Information Society – Council of Europe – 1-2 December 2016, Strasbourg

  • Regulatory asymmetries: video sharing, on demand services – European Audiovisual Observatory – 12 December 2016, Strasbourg

  • Media Literacy Expert Group – European Commission – 15 November 2016, Brussels

  • Media Literacy Workshop, Media Pluralism – Centre for Media Pluralism, 2-3 November 2016, Florence

  • European Policies for Communication and Digital Skills – La Sapienza University, 17 October 2016, Rome

  • Media and Migrants, European Federation of Journalists, 4 October 2016, Brussels

  • AVMSD Hearing – European Parliament, Brussels, 26 September 2016

  • High Level Group on Internet Governance, Brussels, 26 September 2016

  •  Second European Media and Information Literacy Forum, Unesco, June 27-29, 2016, Riga – Latvia

  • EUROdig – European Dialogue on Internet Governance, June 9th – 10th, 2016, Brussels

  • European Citizenship in Challenging Times, European Commission 31st May – 2nd June, 2016, Barcelona

  •  S&D Seminar: Diversity in Media and Culture versus Convergence? – 7th of April, 2016, Brussels

  • An Alternative Media Landscape for Europe, 7th of April, 2016, Brussels

  • Citizenship Hearing, European Parliament, Brussels, 15 March 2016

  • Media and fundamental rights – Fundamental Rights Agency – Wien, 26-27 January 2016

  • Digital stakeholder day ‘My big idea for Digital Agenda’ 25 October 2010, Brussels
  • Media Literacy Conference 17 June 2009, Warzaw

  • Media Literacy Conference, EU Czech Presidency 18-20 March 2009, Prague

  • International Youth Media Summit 11 December 2008, Novi Sad, Vojvodina

  • Audiovisual Media Services: The European Legal Matrix 2-3 December 2008, Brussels

  • European Conference on Public-service Media 17-18 June 2008, Strasburg

  • International Conference ‘Content Online for Creativity’ 4-6 June 2008, Ljubljana

  • International Conference on Media Education in the Middle East 4-7 March 2007, Riyadh

  • International Media Literacy Research Forum Conference 14-16 May 2008, London

  • Get Media Smart! Media literacy in the 21st century 4 December 2007, Brussels

  • World Conference of UNESCO Clubs 21-22 Juin 2007, Paris

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