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UK govt kicks off online media literacy strategy with new training projects

Friday 16 July 2021 | 09:26 CET | News
The UK government has set aside funds to train British teachers, library workers, youth workers and carers in fighting online disinformation. The project is part of the just published Online Media Literacy Strategy.

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