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WINNER in UNESCO Global Media and Information Literacy Awards 2021 


The Psaroloco Media Literacy Project Ι Labs (Since 2010) promotes media literacy with skills of creative access and critical content analysis and integrates teachers as the primary actors of this new audiovisual literacy through cinema.

It holds film screenings Psaroloco International Film Festival for Children & Young People experiential workshops specially designed for children and adolescents as well as educational workshops & teaching tools through PsarolocoEd. for families, teachers, and literate citizens.


It gives priority to vulnerable groups of children and adolescents. He has collaborated with SOS children's village of Greece and with the civil non-profit Tandem Society for the Experimental Laboratories Psaroloco at the Rehabilitation and Rehabilitation Center of Children with Disabilities of Attica (K.A.A.P.A.A. former P.I.K.P.A. Voulas) and at the Special Vocational Training Laboratory (E.E.E.E.K.) of Agios Dimitrios. It travels with actions to remote areas around Greece.

Psaroloco Media Literacy is committed to broadening access to the arts for all children and is proud to provide PsarolocoEd Classroom for free. As a KYKLOS nonprofit, PSAROLOCO relies on the support of our audience members, donors, and supporters to make this program possible.


To learn more about corporate or philanthropic sponsorship of the PsarolocoEd program, please contact



The Psaroloco Media Literacy  is dedicated to a new vision of literacy for the 21st Century: the ability to communicate competently in all media forms as well as to access, understand, analyze, evaluate and participate with powerful images, words and sounds that make up our contemporary mass media culture. Indeed, we believe these skills of media literacy are essential for both children and adults as individuals and as citizens of a democratic society.


Our mission is to help children and adults prepare for living and learning in a global media culture by translating media literacy research and theory into practical information, training and educational tools for teachers and youth leaders, parents and caregivers of children.

"We must prepare young people for living in a world of powerful images, words and sounds." - UNESCO, 1982

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