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Media Literacy Ireland's resource of the month
Facts Matter was announced as resource of the month in February 2023 by Media Literacy Ireland.
Be seeing you at Bray Literary Festival 2022
Join writers Maria McManus and Rosemary Hennigan with Tony Daly from 80:20 as they discusses how writers can respond to crises in an ever-changing political landscape.
Where There is No Engineer - Designing for community resilience
The National Finals of the “Where There Is No Engineer” Design Competition will take place in the Museum Building in Trinity College Dublin on Saturday the 4th of June 2022. Interested individuals can register to attend the event via Eventbrite. “Where There Is No Engineer” (WTINE) is coordinated by Engineers without Borders Ireland and the … More Home
Press release: Supporting adults to think critically, check facts and tackle misinformation
The National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) and 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World launch Facts Matter: A Guide to Building Critical Media Literacy in Today’s World, Ireland’s first guide for adult literacy tutors on building critical media literacy for adults. Irish Aid supported the development of this guide.
Launch event 28 Sept: Facts Matter – New tutor guide
On Tuesday 28 September at 1pm, 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World is delighted to launch a new tutor guide, Facts Matter: A Guide to Building Critical Media Literacy in Today’s World at this webinar, with our partners The National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA).More Blog Posts