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Under the project, we are going to draft a report that will shed some light on how and to what extent young people’s view of the world is shaped by incorrect information or lack of awareness. We wish to find out how well the youth understands the world and whether it is equipped in competences it needs to gain such understanding. We will look at how different countries approach educating youngsters on how to use information. We will examine how effective are fact-checking organisations in addressing young people as a target group. Crucially, we need to find out whether (and if so, to what extent) the youth is aware of the problem itself.
5 Coordination Meetings, approximately 1 every 6 months, attended by the contact persons of the project partners in order to plan, design and organise in detail the research and data analysis, evaluate the work done, monitor the dissemination strategy.
Research will be divided into two phases:
1) survey – collecting data from youth using one poll scenario;
2) country situation analysis – collecting according to a checklist (formal & non-formal education about critical thinking, fake news or data understanding, official policies, good practices etc.).
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The partnership will be composed of youth workers and mobility experts from different countries. Additionally, all partners are experienced in concept of youth education and research.
Each partner will be asked to: