Organised by UNESCO. Closed meeting. Special invitations. Hall D/D-saal. 14. 15-15. 45 Renewing the principles for effective media support - designing effective interventions International donors, key implementing agencies, and civil society organisations concerned with the protection of press freedom, freedom of expression, and the sustainability of independent media are calling for the adoption of principles for effective media support. This session will build on consultations that provided recommendations to the Summit for Democracy.
Since ancient times, information has been manipulated to win wars and to advance political ambitions. Never before, however, have there been so many opportunities to create and spread disinformation on such scale and speed as today. Addressing and countering disinformation, is however not an easy task. It is not always easy to differentiate between disinformation that is spread with the intent to cause harm and misinformation that innocent third parties share. How to ensure that any measures taken to address disinformation are in accordance with international law, including international human rights law? What is the role of media in combating disinformation? What are the possibilities and limits of media in tackling disinformation? What are the best ways to improve societal resilience to disinformation? Irene Kahn, Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression Documentary "Women on the Frontline" At 5 PM, the Red Cross and OSCE observers leave the frontline and leave the fighters behind.
The hybrid-format will also allow participants to join in virtually, from all over the world. The conference will combine traditional and innovative media freedom topics focusing on Disinformation and Freedom of Speech, Protection of Journalists and interlinkages between Media Freedom and Internet Freedom. The freedom to seek, receive, and impart information and ideas through any media – as stated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights – is crucial to enabling the exercise of all other human rights.
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15 Possibility for media-stakeout, interviews following Ministers' Meeting Atrium/Vahetänav. Reception for all participants 19. 30-21. 30 Ministerial dinner Hosted by Eva-Maria Liimets, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia By Invitation Only. Patron of the Conference is ALAR KARIS, the President of Estonia. Conference music design: Kristjan Järvi The organiser reserves the right to make changes in the program and the presenters. By invitation only. 08. 30 09. 00-10.
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ProgramProgram 13. 00-17. 00 Meeting of the High Level Panel of Legal Experts on Media Freedom Closed meeting. Special invitations. Terrace hall/Terrassisaal. 12. 00 Arrival, registration, possibility for bilateral and group meetings 12. 30-14. 00 A sustainable and viable future for journalism - designing effective interventions Watch Live This meeting of the International Media Policy and Advisory Centre (GFMD IMPACT) co-convened with UNESCO, brings together media development donors, practitioners and academics to review the latest evidence on how donor support to journalism and media can effectively respond to the evolving challenges of media sustainability and viability.
This session asks what local and global coalitions are needed to ensure our digital infrastructures serve the public interest, media freedom, democracy and gender equality in the human rights framework? Organized by International Media Support and Tech for Democracy. D-Hall/D-saal 12. 00-12. 45 High-Level Opening of the Conference: Keynote speeches Black Box hall/Black Box saal. Alar Karis, The President of the Republic of Estonia Vĕra Jourová, Vice-President for Values and Transparency 12. 45-14. 15 Panel 1: Disinformation and the Freedom of Speech Disinformation is clearly not a new phenomenon.
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