Now you can check out levels of your media literacy

Quiz on media literacy has been developed by Raskrinkavanje” a platform of Civic Association “Why Not?” which is credited for development of Media Literacy platform as well. All these developments are intended to be a sort of combating action against disinformation and media manipulation both in B&H and region.

Continuous and persistent dedication to the development of media literacy among all citizens of all ages is absolutely necessary in order to reduce the impact of disinformation and media manipulation in Bosnia and Herzegovina and region. This process presumes development of consciousness about disinformation, media manipulation and critical consumption of media content. Only media-literate society can put an end to dispersing of disinformation and manipulations.

While the task of informative website Medijska pismenost (trans. Media Literacy) is to provide citizens with the most important information about audience-media relationship, media manipulations and ways by which citizens themselves can prevent the spread of disinformation, quiz in the other hand represent actually an interesting method for citizens to check out their level of media literacy. 

Quiz is available only in BHS language and has 24 questions divided in three sections. These questions test knowledge in media credibility, authenticity of information shared by media as well as various other forms of media manipulation that test-takers might be encountering on a daily basis without even being aware of. 

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