In this digital era, most people merely download and consume content rather than produce. Moreover, few of the question what they download. With the proliferation of fake news, youths need to have the skill to decipher information they find on the internet. They also need to be able to produce digital content that projects their voices and concerns. They need to be media literate, able to understand the impact of different forms on media on their ta-to-day lives.
The Media Literacy and creativity project, piloted since May 2016 with guidance from Life Academy (http://www.life.se) seeks to achieve just that.