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The Association for Media Literacy-Nova Scotia was founded in 1992 to promote an understanding of the mass media, their effects, how they are made, by whom and for what reasons.
Media literacy advocates believe that an understanding of all aspects of mass media can result in more democratic citizenship and better informed consumers.
AML-NS is a member of the Canadian Association of Media Education Organisations (CAMEO/RACEM) and part of the international network of media education organisations, including Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, India and the USA.
"The information age isn't coming - it's here. And the most important skill we can have is the ability to understand and process information in our own best interests. Since we get much of our information from the media, media literacy can help."
-Neil Andersen, Teacher