The project "Make it clear - educating young people against disinformation online" is run by the consortium that consists of NASK - National Research Institute (Poland), Latvian Internet Association and Save the Children Romania.
The project is addressed primarily to young people aged 11-17, but also to parents, teachers and specialists working with children. The aim of the project is to develop information competences in youth, a conscious and critical approach to the content available in the media, particularly in social media. As a result, youth will improve the skills to verify the truthfulness of online information, to recognize and adequately respond to disinformation. The project also aims to broaden the knowledge and raise awareness of teachers about such phenomena as fake news, manipulation techniques and propaganda, which in turn will allow them to develop information skills among their students and to raise the interest of parents in the problem.