Brussels Declaration: Media Literacy for All

This declaration offers a range of recommendations related to education actions to be initiated, to the media competences of any citizen to be developed, to the access of citizens to media education, research and European policies.

Last December, 300 experts from more than 30 European and other countries gathered in Brussels to participate in the international conference “Media Literacy for All”. It was organised by the High Council for Media Education (CSEM) of the French-speaking Community of Belgium, within the framework of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The objective of this European conference was to generate links between practical experiences and policy recommendations in order to stimulate the implementation of lifelong media education for the benefit of all European citizens. These activities have resulted in the Declaration of Brussels for Lifelong Media Education, launched on March 3rd. Find out more


Launch of Media Literacy Declaration in Brussels, March 2011