2019: Media Literacy, Critical Thinking, and Coding Education

Already a regular partner of the campaign since 2011, the Information Society Development Foundation (Fundacja Rozwoju Społeczeństwa Informacyjnego – FRSI)  is the Polish partner for ALL DIGITAL Week 2019.

ALL DIGITAL Week 2019 in Poland will be focused mainly on critical thinking and media literacy topics, but other important issues like encouraging young people to coding education will also be highlighted.

For the past nine years, as a part of the ALL DIGITAL Week campaigns,  FRSI and their partners have shown the power of the Internet. They are trying to convince that it is worth to use the innumerable benefits available there, so our lives became better, richer and more comfortable every day. In 2018 campaign a lot of attention was also put to the need for a more conscious  use of the Internet.

FRSI wants every person who participates in the campaign to be able to learn what “fake news” is, why it is so dangerous and how to protect against it. We want to show how to use the Internet in a more conscious way  and how to assess the reliability and genuineness of the information.

For ALL DIGITAL Week 2019, FRSI encourages their partners to use scenarios of workshops developed within the “Click. Check. Understand” project, which is implemented by FRSI together with the Goethe Institut and the Polityka Insight.

In addition to that, FRSI  is continuously focused on supporting teachers and other local trainers in order to provide access to high quality coding education and digital skills in general. Thanks to the Code Week campaign, they started providing the Minecraft: Education Edition with the pack of education scenarios to the Local Coding Clubs around Poland.

All interested partners like libraries, culture centres, schools, local organizations as well as volunteers are warmly invited to join the campaign.

FRSI plans to involve 10,000 people in the campaign activities.

Website for the campaign in Polish:

Contact: Mariusz Boguszwski