Are you getting your right to reliable and accurate information?
In this lesson, we will learn about our right to reliable and accurate information and we will learn why this is so important to help us access our other rights. We will also explore what accurate and reliable information means and why it is important for young people to access news that is produced with them in mind.
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Lesson summary: Are you getting your right to reliable and accurate information?
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