The Presidential Communications Office (PCO) organized its first “Media and Information Literacy Campaign: Maging Mapanuri Conference” on Wednesday in Makati City, advocating for media literacy and accountability to its participants.
The Presidential Communications Office (PCO) advised the public and the youth on Wednesday to report false information that they encounter in social media platforms and refrain from sharing it to counter misinformation and disinformation in addition to adopting STOP and SPOT approach in responsible information consumption.
Presidential Communications Office (PCO) Secretary Cheloy Velicaria-Garafil urged the public and private sectors on Wednesday to continue working for a more informed, mindful, and digitally responsible society amid the proliferation of fake news.
The Presidential Communications Office (PCO) has earned the approval and support of the House of Representatives on its Media and Information Literacy (MIL) campaign, which will primarily target equipping teachers in state universities and colleges (SUCs) to combat fake news, misinformation and disinformation.
The Presidential Communication Office (PCO) is now ready to implement the Marcos administration’s Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Project following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with partner government agencies on Monday.
The Marcos administration is relying on media literacy to combat misinformation and disinformation and called for strong public support through collaboration with various stakeholders and the private sector.