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As  phrased  by  UNESCO,  inter-cultural dialogue encourages readiness to question well- established  value-based  certainties  by  bringing  reason,   emotion  and  creativity  into  play  in  order  to  find  new  shared understandings.

Media literacy is a repertoire of competencies that enable people to analyze, evaluate, and create messages in a wide variety of media modes, genres, and formats.
The set of competences you need to be able to actively and mindfully participate in the media society. Mediawijzer.net has consulted a range of experts to determine which competences these might be.

Nowadays educational contexts are changing, while technological solutions have caused a major revolution in the way students learn, and by extension teaching methodology is also adapting to new motivations and interests. But if teachers have not developed these skills and abilities how can they guide and accompany students in this technological-digital quest. ?

With the aim of answering the question ASONUFED in coordination with COMUNDOS,  is implementing  a methodology of digital  storytelling, where among others things; the participants develop their capacities for video and audio editing, writing,  analysing,  synthesing, and the structuring of thoughts and ideas, designed for use as a pedagogical tool inside and outside the classroom.

(original text is in spanish)

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A gift for Comundos

For years, Comundos has been assisting remote communities, schools and NGOs, throughout the world, in digital inclusion. We do this in an original way by using media literacy. We work with 'multipliers' who we teach to think critically and make relevant use of communication technology.  Could we ask you for a financial contribution so that we can continue this work of offering people, who are less fortunate, opportunities to tell their 'inspiring story'?
Thank you in advance!

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You will be transferred to the 'Friends of Comundos' Fund managed by the King Baudouin Foundation.