Milid Week

Milid Week brings together experts from around the world to reflect on Media Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue


Experts from Asia, Africa, Latin America, North America and Europe have confirmed their attendance at the MILID WEEK congress that will take place on 22, 23, 24 and the 25th of May at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). This event will create a space to promote contact and cooperation between international organizations, universities, media and researchers, among others, from around the world working in media literacy and information and intercultural dialogue.

Mentor Association and Communication and Education Cabinet organize Milid Week

Milid Week Congress will be held at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona from 23th to May 25th in order to promote exchanges and cooperation in the field of media literacy and information and intercultural dialogue.<

Highlights videos about Milid Week opening, Unesco curriculum for teachers and Milid-UNITWIN Programme presentations


The Communication and Education Cabinet has produced three audiovisual materials documenting some of the most outstanding plenary Milid Week.

The first one of these videos shows the opening ceremony of the event, where speakers emphasized the crucial role played by training programs in mediated societies to promote independent and responsible citizen.

Milid Week in Pictures: A space for academic exchange and cooperation


Milid Week allowed academic exchange and, at the same time, to strength ties of solidarity and cooperation between actors in the field of Media Literacy.

In this regard, Conference has also been the meeting place and the opportunity to consolidate ties between people working together though humanistic and democratic skills and values. Sharing of expectations, results of work and projecting initiatives together have contributed to this.

We show here some images that reflect these moments. We will continue posting other images of the event.

Milid Week has established itself as a meeting point for prominent actors in the field of Milid


Outstanding academic actors, politicians and professionals in the field of media literacy found a meeting in Milid Week. The event took place between 23 and 25 May at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and received more than 300 participants from the area, from all continents.

Among them we could find actors from organizations such as UNESCO and the European Commission, Universities, professional and research institutions and nearly a hundred speakers interested in sharing experiences and knowledge about media literacy and intercultural dialogue.

Members of UNESCO-UNAOC Global Chair approved during Milid Week the action plan for the next biennium

UNESCO-UNAOC Global Chair held during the Milid Week Congress a meeting of its members in order to approve the Action Plan for the next two years Milid UNITWIN program. Representatives of member universities worked in delineation of actions on the basis of an earlier document prepared jointly. The plan contains a wide range that includes training, research and promotion of Milid and exchange between members of the chair.

Welcome letter from José Manuel Pérez Tornero, Milid Week Conference Director

Welcome to MILID WEEK Barcelona 2012.

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

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