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Global Media and Information Literacy Week

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Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Week, commemorated annually, is a major occasion for stakeholders to review and celebrate the progress achieved towards “MIL for All”.\nUNESCO and GAPMIL are calling partners all over the world to promote Global MIL Week. Together with its Feature Events (International MIL and Intercultural Dialogue Conference and Youth Agenda Forum), Global MIL Week calls for local events around the world to promote MIL connections across disciplines and professions. \nGlobal MIL Week 2020, 24-31.10: https://en.unesco.org/commemorations/globalmilweek"}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":1061761,"3":{"1":0},"10":2,"11":0,"12":0,"15":"arial, sans, sans-serif","16":9,"23":1}" data-sheets-textstyleruns="{"1":0}{"1":531,"2":{"2":{"1":2,"2":0}}}{"1":532,"2":{"2":{"1":2,"2":1136076},"9":1}}" data-sheets-hyperlinkruns="{"1":531,"2":"https://en.unesco.org/commemorations/globalmilweek"}{"1":581}">Global Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Week, commemorated annually, is a major occasion for stakeholders to review and celebrate the progress achieved towards “MIL for All”.
UNESCO and GAPMIL are calling partners all over the world to promote Global MIL Week. Together with its Feature Events (International MIL and Intercultural Dialogue Conference and Youth Agenda Forum), Global MIL Week calls for local events around the world to promote MIL connections across disciplines and professions.
Global MIL Week 2020, 24-31.10: https://en.unesco.org/commemorations/globalmilweek

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