The European Commission defines media literacy as “the ability of individuals to access and understand information through different means, such as television, radio, print media, and the internet, and digital technology” (European Commission 2014).
The FINANCIAL -- Spring is already here. Seeing more sunshine and rains, Georgia’s western provinces are enjoying the sharpest seasonal increases in the supply of fresh milk and dairy products, such as Imeretian cheese. This cheese is the main (and most expensive) component of the Georgian khachapuri, driving the sharp seasonal fluctuations of the Khachapuri Index.
The FINANCIAL -- According to a study from 2015 by WIN/Gallup, 93% of Georgians consider themselves to be religious. There is only one country in the world which has a higher rate, namely Thailand, where this number stands at 94%, while the same percentage of religious people as in Georgia could only be found in Armenia, Bangladesh, and Morocco. All other nations of the world are less enchanted about religion. Worldwide, on average only 63% of people say they are believers, and in some countries, like China and Japan, the number goes down to 7% and 13%, respectively.
The FINANCIAL -- "Jewel in the Crown" - this is how Georgia is often described by international travelers visiting this beautiful country for the first time. In fact, Georgia with its long history, spectacular landmarks and breathtaking landscapes is a secret gem located on the crossroad of Europe and Asia.