Educating School Teachers in Remote Districts of Pamir Region and University Teachers of Khorog Town on Media Literacy

Participants from the Shugnan district take part in a discussion on how to identify if news is fake or real.
An expert trainer educates participants from the Darvaz district on how to share their new knowledge on media literacy and disinformation with their students.
Participants from the Shugnan district learn how to present media literacy to the children in their schools.

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