Fostering Civic Engagement amongst Kenyan youths through Media Information Literacy

Activity Date: March 2, 2024

Within the framework of UNESCO’s thematic action, Pluralistic media institutions are facilitated, including by adoption of gender-sensitive policies and through support for strengthened community media policy and practice, while citizens, and particularly youth, are empowered through enhanced media and information literacy (MIL) competencies, UNESCO, in partnership with Africa Centre for People institutions and Society, contributed to Strengthening of Capacities of Youth Organizations’ on Media and Information Literacy for ensured engagement of the youth organizations (institutional focus) and the youth in civic participation in Kenya.

Acepis conducted a two-day online knowledge transfer workshop on Media and Information Literacy. The training congregated over 70 young people from 36 youth organizations in 16 counties across Kenya.

Download Activity Files: Stimulating-Civic-Engagement-of-Youth-in-Kenya-Through-Media-and-Information-Literacy.pdf
Publisher: Africa Centre for People, Institutions and Society
No of Pages: 69