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UNESCO : Increase the Minors’ Risk Awareness of the Internet

2019-11-02 来源:GLOBALCLOUDCHAIN 浏览224次


Ms. Marielza Oliveira, Director of the UNESCO Beijing Cluster Office and UNESCO Representative to the People’s Republic of China, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Japan, Mongolia and the Republic of Korea


UNESCO recommends media and information literacy as a most effective response to increasing minors’ risk awareness of the Internet


The Internet, combined with technological advances and greater connectivity though social media networks have helped young people to connect beyond national boarders, and encouraged them to acquire new knowledge and enhanced understanding of others. However, these advances in science and technology have also been used to promote conflicts and violent extremism across the globe.



Ms. Marielza Oliveira, Director of the UNESCO Beijing Cluster Office and UNESCO Representative to  China, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Korea, Japan,and  Mongolia


At the Forum on Internet Public Welfare and Charity : Inclusiveness and Common Development of the 6th World Internet Conference held on 20 October 2019, Ms. Marielza Oliveira, Director of the UNESCO Beijing Cluster Office and UNESCO Representative to the People’s Republic of China, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Japan, Mongolia and the Republic of Korea, stressed the importance of increasing the minors’ risk awareness of the Internet.


Ms. Marielza Oliveira underscored that Media and Information Literacy (MIL), among other effective responses to the violent extremism online, including global citizenship education and cross-cultural awareness, is an important tool to increase young people’s digital literacy.


Ms. Marielza Oliveira, Director of the UNESCO Beijing Cluster Office and UNESCO Representative to  China,  the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Korea, Japan,and  Mongolia


A media and information literate citizen should be able to, among others, ethically and responsibly use information and communicate their understanding or newly created knowledge to an audience or readership in an appropriate form and medium; and engage with information, media and technology for self-expression, rights, intercultural dialogue, democratic participation, gender equality, defending privacy, and advocating against all forms of inequalities, hate, intolerance and violent extremism.



Ms. Marielza Oliveira, Director of the UNESCO Beijing Cluster Office and UNESCO Representative to  China,  the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Korea, Japan,and  Mongolia


UNESCO supports increasing MIL competencies among young people through the development and promotion of curricula, policy guidelines, assessment framework, as well as capacity building. UNESCO makes free and open online courses available for self-paced learning about MIL. UNESCO also facilitates networking and research through the Global Alliance for Partnerships on MIL (GAPMIL) and MIL University Network.



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