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Towards a National Strategy for Media Literacy: National Consultation Report
Place of publication | Year of publication | Collation: 
| 2021 | 23 p.
Michael Dezuanni; Tanya Notley; Luigi Di Martino
Corporate author: 
Australian Media Literacy Alliance (AMLA)
Asia and the Pacific
© Australian Media Literacy Alliance (AMLA) 2021

This report makes eight key recommendations for the development of a strategy, which centre around government, community, and technology sector collaboration to ensure every Australian, at every stage of life, is empowered as a citizen to confidently engage with and create media. A media literate citizen has the ability to critically engage with media in all aspects of life.

The report draws on a national survey of 3510 adult Australians about their media use, attitudes, and abilities and includes insights from a consultation process, conducted in September 2021, involving six workshops with a diverse group of community and media organisations across Australia.


Resource Type: 
Research papers / journal articles
Civic / Citizenship / Democracy
Media & information literacy / digital citizenship
Level of education: 
Lifelong learning
Non-formal education