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terça-feira, 18 de junho de 2013

Entre 26 e 28 de junho Unesco realiza o Global Forum for Partnership on Media and Information Literacy (MIL)




Entre 26 e 28 de junho a Unesco (em parceria com os governos da Arábia Saudita e da Nigeria, Swedish International Development Agency e the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations) realiza o Global Forum for Partnership on Media and Information Literacy (MIL). O evento acontece no Nicon Luxury Hotel, Abuja, Nigeria e o tema é “Promoting Media and Information Literacy as a Means to Cultural Diversity”
(Promover alfabetização para mídia e informação como meio de diversidade cultural).

Alguns dos tópicos que serão discutidos a partir do tema:

  • Contextualizing Media & Information Literacy in Africa’s and the Arab States’ Transformation and Sustainable Development.
  • Conceptualising Cultural Diversity as Media & Information Literacy.
  • Intercultural Dialogue, Journalism Education and Media & Information Literacy.
  • Linguistic diversity and Media and Information Literacy
  • Media and Information in formal and non-formal education in Africa and Arab States: Who, What, Where and How. 
  • Media and Information Literacy & Freedoms: Essentials in an emerging Democracy and for good governance. 
  • Library and Information Science, Teacher Training Education and Media and Information Literacy.
  • Media & Information Literacy for Knowledge Societies.
  • Youth and Children’s Rights in a Changing Information Age: The Role of Media & Information Literacy.
Na medida do possível nosso blog buscará atualizar-se sobre o evento e trará novidades a respeito. A programação segue abaixo. 

Mais informações:
Twitter: MILID Abuja2013 @milidabuja2013; #UNESCOAbjMilid
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Programme
26 June
  • 08:30 – 9:45 - Registration
  • 10h  - 11h25 - Opening Session
Opening remark: Prof Hassana Alidou, Director of UNESCO Abuja Office
Opening remark: Jordi Torrent, UNAOC
Key Note speaker Prof Idowu Sobowale
Opening remark: Dr Naif Al Romi, Deputy Minister of Education for Development of Saudi Arabia
Opening Ceremony: Honorable Minister Labaran Maku, Federal Ministry of Information of Nigeria
  • 11h25 - 11h30 - Video Showing : UNESCO MIL MILESTONES - MILID WEEK BARCELONA 2012
  • 11h30 - 12h - Cofee Break
  • 12h - 14h - Session One: Contextualizing Media & Information Literacy in Africa’s and Arab States’ Transformation and Sustainable Development / Conference / Moderator: Mrs Diana Senghor, Director of the Panos Institute fo West Africa
  • 12h - 12h15 - Speaker 1: Ms. Nike Olufade, Zonal Director, Nigeria Television Authority - Empowering people through television and radio to drive Africa’s development: What citizens should know and their role to demand quality media 
  • 12h15 - 12h30 - Speaker 2: Ms. Dr. Sola Olorunyomi, Department of Cultural and Media Studies, University of Ibadan - Gender Equality through MIL, Rosemary Okello, Ford foundation (TBS)
  • 12h30 - 12h45 - Speaker 3: Mallam Habib Abba Jato, National Library of Nigeria - Information, Libraries and Development
  • 12h45 - 13h - Speaker 4: Dr Audrey Gadzepko, University of Ghana - Voices and Accountability: A basis for MIL 
  • 13h - 13h15 - Speaker 5: Dr Khalid Alawwad, Member of Shura Council (TBS)
  • 13h15 - 14h - Discussion
  • 14h - 15h30 - Lunch Break
  • 15h30 - 15h35 - Video Showing: “SHE” (on the violence against women in India)
  • 15h35 - 18h - Session Two 

Parallel session: Global Alliance on Partnerships on MIL
Moderator: Alton Grizzle - UNESCO

Conference:  Conceptualising Cultural and Linguistic Diversity as Media & Information Literacy 
Moderator: Dapo Olorunyomi, the Editor in chief of Premium Times Limited in Abuja
  • 15h35 -15h50 - Speaker 1: Mr. Mamadou Koumé, teacher at CESTI - The role of community radio in localising media and information literacy 
  • 15h50 - 16h05 - Speaker 2: Kwame Karikari, Director of the Media Foundation for West Africa - Conflict-sensitive Reporting in West Africa: defining an agenda for intercultural dialogue
  • 16h05 - 16h20 - Speaker 3: Mr. S. M. Shameem Reza, Associate Professor, Department of Mass Communication and Journalism, University of Dhaka - Portrait of a media-and-information-literate journalist: Examples from South Asia
  • 16h20 - 16h35 - Speaker 4:  Ms. Emily Brown, Head, Department of Media Technology, Polytechnic of Namibia - Using MIL as an analytical framework for gender disparities in the media: problems and prospects
  • 16h35 - 16h50 - Speaker 5:
  • 16h50 - 17h30 - Discussion
  • 21h - Dinner and Party

27 June 
  • 10h30 - 12h00 - Parallel session: Global Alliance on Partnerships on MIL           Moderator: Alton Grizzle, UNESCO
  • 10h30 - 12h - Parallel session: Review of Draft MIL Policy and Strategy Guidelines
    Moderators: Chido Onumah, African Centre for Media & Information Literacy
  • 9h - 12h30 - Session Three Intercultural Dialogue, Journalism Education and Media & Information Literacy/ Conference /Moderator: Fackson Banda, UNESCO
  • 09h- 9h15 - Speaker 1:Mrs Marjorie Kyomuhendo Niyitegeka, Journalism and Communication Department, Makerere University - Negotiating linguistic diversity in journalism and journalism education
  • 09h15-09h30 - Speaker 2: Mr Blessing Jona, National University of Science and Technology (NUST) - Teaching media and information literacy as intercultural journalism: preliminary reflections
  • 09h30 - 09h45 - Speaker 3: Ifedayo Daramola, Ph.D Head of Department of Mass Communication University of Lagos - Pedagogical approaches towards religious diversity in journalism schools: the case of Nigeria
  • 09h45 - 10h15 - Speakers 4: Prof. Akinfeleye, Nigeria - Editorial guidelines on intercultural dialogue: initial reflections, Laurent Charles Boyomo, Cameroun
  • 10h15 - 10h30 - Speaker 5: Helena Asamoah-Hassan, University Librarian Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST Library (Ghana) - Deploying libraries in promoting intercultural dialogue 
  • 10h30 - 11h30 - Discussion
  • 12h - 12h30 - Cofee Break
  • 12h30 - 12h35  - Video Showing
  • 12h30 - 13h30 - Parallel session: Pan-African Chapter of the Global Alliance on MIL Moderators: Chido Onumah, African Centre for Media & Information Literacy, Oluseyi Soremekun, UNESCO, Abdel Amin
  • 12h35 - 13h55 - Session Four Media and Information in formal and non-formal education in Africa and Arab States: Who, What, Where and How / Conference Moderator: Alton Grizzle, UNESCO
  • 12h35 - 12h55 - Speaker 1: Dorcas Bowler, President of the Association of Caribbean Universities and Research Libraries - Library and Information Science, Teacher Training Education and Media and Information Literacy
  • 12h55 - 13h15 - Speaker 2: Carolyn Wilson, President of the Canadian Association of Media Literacy and Ramon Tuazon, President of the Asia Pacific Information Network - Media and Information Literacy Curriculum for Teachers
  • 13h15 - 13h35 - Speaker 3:Irmgarda Kasinskaite, UNESCO Georges Boade, UNESCO - Measuring and monitoring MIL, MIL indicators
  • 13h35 - 14h - Speaker 4: Chido Onumah, Director African Media and Information Literacy Centre and Carolyn Wilson, President of the Canadian Association of Media Literacy - MIL Policy and Strategy Guidelines 
  • 14h - 15h30 - Lunch Break
  • 15h30 - 15h35 - Video Showing video “buble”
  • 15h30 - 17h - Parallel session: Global Alliance on Partnerships on MIL / Moderator: Alton Grizzle, UNESCO
  • 15h35 - 16h55 Session Five Media and Information Literacy & Freedoms: Essentials for Democracy and good governance / Conference / Moderator: Rania Khaled Al Hussaini, Media Literacy Programme, Doha Centre for Media Freedom, Qatar (TBS)
  • 15h35 - 15h55 - Speaker 1: Lai Oso, Dean School of Communication, Lagos State University, Lagos
  • 15h55 - 16h15 - Speaker 2: MIL in the Arab States
  • 16h15 - 16h35 - Speaker 3: Cherrell Shelley-Robinson, Jamaica - MIL, Freedom of Expression, Freedom of Information and UDHR
  • 16h35 - 17h - Report on the parallel session on the Global Alliance on Partnerships on MIL
  • 17h - 17h30 - Discussion
28 June 2013
  • 9h - 12h - Parallel session: MIL indicators/ Moderators: List of interested partners
  • 9h - 12h - Parallel session: Review of Draft MIL Policy and Strategy Guidelines/ Moderators: Chido Onumah, African Centre for Media & Information Literacy, Alton Grizzle, UNESCO / List of interested partners
  • 9h - 12h30  - Session Six - Media & Information Literacy for Knowledge Societies / Conference /Moderator: Ms Mahasen Al-Emam, Arab women Media Center
  • 9h - 9h20- Speaker 1: Cécile Coulibaly, Library sector, Côte d'Ivoire Youth intercultural exchanges online and in social networks or Experiencing different cultures, virtual vs physical
  • 09h20 -9h40 - Speaker 2: Mr. Ropo Ewenla, Assistant Director, University Media Centre, University of Ibadan
  • 9h40 - 10h - Speaker 3: Dr Olunifesi Suraj, a lecturer in the Department of Broadcasting and Communication Technology, Lagos State University - Converging literacies in knowledge societies
  • 10h - 10h20 - Speaker 4: Ms Nermeen Z. Khedr, Mass communication, Cairo University - MIL for Internet Challenges and Opportunities
  • 10h20 -11h - Discussion
  • 11h -12h30 - Cofee Break
  • 12h30 - 12h35 - Video Showing
  • 12h35 - 14h - Parallel session: MIL indicators / Moderators: Irmgarda Kasinskaite, UNESCO, Georges Boade, UNESCO/ List of interested partners
  • 12h35 - 14h - Parallel session: Pan-African Chapter of the Global Alliance on MIL/ Moderators: Chido Onumah, African Centre for Media & Information Literacy, Oluseyi Soremekun, UNESCO, Abdelhamid Nfissi
  • 12h35 - 13h55 - Session Seven - Youth and Children’s Rights in a Changing Information Age: The Role of Media & Information Literacy / Conference / Moderator: Dr Ibtessam Elgindi, MSA university
  • 12h35 - 13h - Speakers 1: Youth and Media, Fanta Sidibeh, Young People in the Media, Gambia and Rania Khaled Al Hussaini, Media Literacy Programme, Doha Centre for Media Freedom, Qatar
  • 13h - 13h15 - Speaker 2: Dr Victoria Okojie, Librarians’ Registration Council of Nigeria - New types of Libraries for Young People 
  • 13h15 - 13h30 - Speaker 3: Kate Pawelczyk, UNICEF New York, Division of Communication Social and Civic Media Section Enabling Children and Youth and Parents to Claim Rights through MIL 
  • 13h30 - 13h45 - Speaker 5: MIL in Kindergarten, Primary, and Secondary Schools
  • 13h45 - 14h - Discussion
  • 14h - 15h30 - Lunch Break
  • 15h30 - 15h35 - Video Showing 
  • 15h40 - 17h - Closing Session
Conclusions of Debates/ Closing remarks
Speaker 1: Outcomes of Global Alliance for Partnerships on MIL debate
Speaker 2: Outcomes on MIL indicators, review session
Speaker 3: Outcomes of the Review of Draft MIL Policy and Strategy Guidelines
Speaker 4: Remarks from UNESCO national Commission, Mrs. Magdalene Anene-Maidoh Secretary General Nigerian National Commission for UNESCO
Speaker 4: Closing remarks from UNESCO

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