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Centre for Christian Communication and Media Research

Recognizing and Building Communication Rights

Ghana

Christian as well as Muslim secondary school students gained Media Literacy skills and are better able to look at a range of media in a more critical way. Parents of young people which received the training were also provided with more general Media Literacy skills.

Final Report   442-Youth Media Literacy Handout

 

Project 442

 

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