Following the first Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Orientation and Planning Workshop organized by the Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication (AIJC) in September 2020, more Filipino youth organizations have signed up to take part in the MIL in Youth Civic Engagement Project by AIJC with support from UNESCO and in cooperation with the National Youth Commission.
A total of 30 youth organizations have expressed interest in joining the capacity building program under the project, which aims to equip the youth organizations to integrate MIL in their policies, strategies, and activities. They were invited to participate in workshops and coaching sessions, where they were guided in drafting action plans on how to integrate MIL into their work.
Youth organizations with limited internet access were given the option to schedule phone consultations.
Youth Advocates for the Philippines
ASEAN Youth Advocates Network (AYAN)
Pag-asa Youth Association of the Philippines (PYAP)-Bulacan Chapter
United Leaders of the Philippines
United Diwata Familia
San Jose Del Monte Free College Entrance Exam Review Guild
Youth for Earth Society (YES)
PLMun University Student Council
2030 Youth Force in the Philippines Inc.
Dream of Hope Kawit Youth Organization
I Am Hampas Lupa, Inc.
Team Albay Youth Organizations (TAYO), Inc.
YouLEAD Initiative, Inc.
Highlight the Impact. Forward, Youth Volunteers (High FYV) Inc.
Youth Empowering Youth (YEY) Initiative in Negros Occidental Inc.
Sustainable Energy and Enterprise Development for Communities (SEED4Com)
Cebuano Youth Ambassadors, Inc.
Negrosanon Young Leaders Institute
The Anluwagi Project
Tacloban Peer Educators Association
Lanao Youth Council Inc. (LYC)
Association of Young Environmental Journalists (AYEJ)
Bukidnon Tribal Youth Ambassadors (BTYA)
New Leaders for Development (NLD) Youth
Youth for Peace Movement-City of Mati Chapter
Youth for Peace Movement-Municipality of Lupon Chapter
Beyond the project period, AIJC will continue to engage with young Filipinos in mainstreaming MIL based on the youth organizations’ MIL action plans as well as the MIL Framework in Youth Civic Engagement in the Philippines, a strategy document being developed with inputs from the youth participants and AIJC’s partners.