The Media Literacy Champion Training of Trainers Course took place from 26-28 June 2024 in Brussels bringing together more over 20 teachers from all over Europe.

World Youth Skills Day on 15 July emphasises empowering young people with skills for a sustainable future. Despite the importance of digital skills, 30% of Europeans feel unprepared for the Digital Decade, highlighting the need for better digital education. The European Commission aims for 80% of citizens to have basic digital skills by 2030, but only 55.6% currently do, urging more investment in digital training.

Better Internet for Kids is a European Commission initiative aimed at creating a safer and more inclusive online environment for Europe's children and youth. The BIK project seeks expert organisations to conduct consultations with children under 12 from various vulnerable backgrounds to evaluate the BIK+ strategy.

Welcome to the fourth episode of the European Schoolnet podcast series, where we highlight the evolving landscape of education in Europe. This episode focuses on the Digital Transition Plan for Education in Portugal, a pioneering initiative showcasing how nations are embracing the digital era in their education systems.

Welcome to the third episode of the European Schoolnet podcast series, in collaboration with the menABLE project, an EU funded project, dedicated to combating online gender-based violence. In this episode, we explore the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and its role in addressing gender-based violence. AI stands as one of the most transformative technologies of our time, yet it brings significant ethical concerns, including data privacy, biases, and its potential to challenge existing societal inequalities.

We are delighted to present European Schoolnet's Annual Report for the year of 2023. This comprehensive report highlights the pivotal initiatives and impactful collaborations that have shaped the landscape of education across Europe amidst the unprecedented rise of generative artificial intelligence. It summarises our performance during the course of 2023 and our commitment towards our 27-year-old purpose: to transform education across Europe, bringing innovation for public advantage.

At European Schoolnet, we believe the answer lies in the power of storytelling, collaboration, and innovation. With this vision in mind, we are thrilled to announce the launch of the European Schoolnet Podcast, a platform designed to ignite dialogue, foster collaboration, and drive innovation in education.

Discover Spain offers an in-depth look at the latest release from the National Institute of Digital Technologies and Teacher Training (INTEF). Their report, "Guidelines on the Use of Digital Tools in Education from a Data Protection Perspective," categorises 627 digital tools based on GDPR compliance.

Globally, a third of young people have reported being a victim of cyberbullying, being exposed to and participating in toxic, aggressive, disruptive or addictive behaviour.

In today's society, everyone plays a dual role as both a consumer and a producer of content. Social media platforms serve as vital channels for communication and information exchange, bombarding us with a myriad of content. We receive, process, and engage with this influx of information daily. However, amidst this abundance, how do we ensure the credibility of the content we encounter, whether it's online, in print, or within educational settings? This is where the concept of media literacy becomes crucial.