Communications Commission to Implement Joint Projects with the Information Centre on NATO and EU
The Communications Commission and the Information Centre on NATO and EU will implement joint projects aimed at informing the population about Georgia’s NATO and EU integration, developing media literacy and raising awareness on the aforementioned issues. The parties signed a cooperation agreement that foresees projects supporting the development of media literacy and promoting European values in Georgia.
The aim of the agreement is to enhance public knowledge and awareness about important issues such as misinformation, European values and digital skills in Georgia.
The Communications Commission and the Information Centre will hold joint meetings with members of the public, discussing the mechanisms for fighting disinformation. The public will receive detailed information about the importance of Georgia’s NATO and EU integration. Another key subject of the training sessions is the development and promotion of media literacy. The training aims to raise awareness about media literacy among the target groups, including ethnic minorities, as well as to implement and develop modern digital skills.