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Illustration of a man meditating around technology.

Use technology with intent to help with life not just for entertainment or distraction

Use Social Media as a professional. This could be by having a personal private account and a public professional account or just by being respectful to others when interacting online.

Be critical of news and information and check sources.

Make time to understand opposing views (even if you disagree with them) and use empathy to have productive conversations

Look out for signs of radicalisation and online grooming and report anything harmful

Educate yourself. Keep up to date on changes to laws, policies and news

Speak up! Talk to a professionals to get advice and help


What is media literacy? It is a set of skills that helps you to look at different types of media critically and understand the messages they are sending. Take a look at the links below to learn the basics: 



When people intentionally create false or misleading information to make money, have political influence, or to maliciously cause trouble or harm. 

Why do people share disinformation?

Money, political gain, to cause confusion, to sow mistrust.


When people share disinformation but they don’t realize it’s false or misleading, often because they’re trying to help or want to feel part of a community.

Why do people share misinformation?

Out of fear and wanting to protect people they care about or to connect with others who are sharing similar information.

We all love an excuse to play a game, but these ones help us learn too!