The call aims at fostering the development of new educational materials and/or services built on concrete instances of disinformation, as well as to design methods to raise awareness about the techniques commonly used by malicious actors in order to create, distribute and amplify disinformation over the internet.

Tools and activities proposed should directly or indirectly benefit the target group of citizens of all ages lacking media literacy skills and in particular the skills needed to critically evaluate content accessed via social media.

2019 call for proposals

2018 call for proposals

Please consult and use the documents related to the call:

Four out of 10 submitted projects were selected for funding:

  1. Immersive Pop-Up - coordinator: Tactical Tech (NL-DE)
  2. Get your facts straight! - coordinator: All Digital (BE)
  3. YouCheck! - coordinator: Savoir Devenir (FR)
  4. gaMEdia - coordinator: ZEF (LT)

2017 call for proposals

Four out of 15 submitted projects were selected for funding:

  1. Social Media Literacy for Change  -  sml4change - Coordinator:  EUN Partnership aisbl  (Belgium)
  2. Newsmavens – women chose real news - Coordinator:  AGORA s.a.  (Poland)
  3. The European Media Literacy Toolkit fo Newsrooms - Coordinator: Global Editors Network   (France)
  4. Media Literacy for Living Together   -   MIL - Coordinator:  COFAC  (Portugal)

2016 call for proposals

The total funding allocated by the European Parliament for this pilot project action was €250,000. See also: 2017 Call for proposals.
Two proposals were selected for funding:

  1. Mind over Media In the European Union was awarded € 125,000 (Coordinator: the Evens Foundation)
  2. Media in Action was awarded € 120,106 (Coordinator: Pontydysgu Ltd)