Session 3

Initial headline*

Human rights online: new challenges

Case study: Tackling ‘fake news’: human rights implications and the role of media literacy

Proposed title

[DL: 15 March]

Final title

[DL: 15 April]

Teaser

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Key words

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Session description

[DL: 15 April]

Session format

[DL: 15 April]

Main roles

Key participants/Resource persons (if applicable):

Moderator(s):

Remote moderator:

Rapporteur:

[DL: 30 April]

Session messages

[To be added at the end of the session.] 

Resources

[DL: 15 March]

Relevant proposals

18, 19, (20), (26), 27, (29), 30, 33, (35), (41), 44, 45, (47), 48, (51), 58, (63) – See full list of proposals

Organising team

  • Valentina Pavel, Association for Technology and Internet, Romania (focal point)
  • Valentina Pellizzer, One World Platform, Bosnia and Herzegovina (focal point)
  • Irena Bojadzievska, Agency for Audio and Audiovisual Media Services, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  • Narine Khachatryan, Safer Internet Armenia
  • Fotjon Kosta, Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania
  • Eduard Levanyan, Media Education Center / Safer Internet Armenia
  • Oliana Sula, University ‘Aleksandër Moisiu’, Albania
  • Ana Velkovska, American Bar Association, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  • Contact points from SEEDIG’s executive committee: Lianna Galstyan, Sorina Teleanu

 



*The session is currently under development. All relevant details will be added once they are agreed upon by the organising team, but not later than the indicated deadlines.

 

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