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Australian Research Project Website Launched

To discover more about the research project, ‘Addressing Misinformation with Media Literacy through Cultural Institutions’, you can check out the new website. This project brings together leading Australian media literacy researchers with four national public cultural institutions, to address this research gap and respond to

AMLA to be represented at G20 in Brazil

Associate Professor Tanya Notley from Western Sydney University will represent AMLA at the G20 event organised by its Digital Economy Working Group. The important event entitled “Promoting information integrity: combating disinformation, hate speech and threats to public institutions online” includes a series of panel session

Australian Media Literacy Summit: register your interest now!

The Australian Media Literacy Alliance, with the support of META Australia, is hosting a FREE professional development conference in Sydney for 100 people who are passionate about supporting lifelong media literacy education.  For those outside of Sydney, we have 20 bursaries to assist with travel.

AMLA Celebrates Media Literacy Week 2022

Celebrate Media Literacy Week in Australia: October 24-31 2022 The Australian Media Literacy Alliance is proud to be participating in the eleventh Global Media and Information Literacy Week which starts on 24 October. The theme for this year is Nurturing Trust: A Media and Information Literacy Imperative. Media

New Australian Curriculum Released

The updated and approved Australian Curriculum was released and launched with a new website to support teachers and parents. Endorsed by state and territory education ministers on 1 April, the new Australian Curriculum sets high expectations and standards for what all students should know and

AMLA Welcomes New Members

We are pleased to welcome ACMI, and Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) to AMLA. These organisations will provide invaluable experience and insights to the discussions of media literacy which AMLA leads. ACMI (formerly known as the Australian Centre for the Moving Image) explores the power of media