EVENTI #biblioVERIFICA alla #GlobalMILWeek2022 @unesco #Nigeria sala DELTA 26 ott. 2022 ore 10.00 @MILCLICKS #ThinkBeforeClicking #ThinkBeforeSharing #GlobalMILWeek

Biblioverifica sara’ presentata in Nigeria per l’undicesima edizione della “Settimana globale dell’alfabetizzazione ai media e all’informazione”.

SALA DELTA mercoledi’ 26 ottobre Ore 10.00 (fuso orario italiano)
Special Session – Global conversations

Media and Information Literacy, libraries and trust

Moderator: Mr Stephen Wyber, Director, Policy and Advocacy, International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA), Netherlands

  • Mr Jesus Lau, Professor, Director, USBI VER Library, Veracruz University, Co-chair, Media and Information Literacy International Steering Committee, UNESCO, Mexico
  • Mr Damiano Orrù, Librarian, Vilfredo Pareto Library, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
  • Sr Elizabeth Titilayo Aduloju, Senior lecturer, Communication Studies- Catholic Institute of West Africa, Nigeria
  • Mr Jagtar Singh, Professor, Department of Library and Information Science, Punjabi University, India
  • Mr Crosby Kemper, Director, Institute of museum and library services, United States of America

 

 


11st Global Media and Information Literacy Week – Abuja Damiano Orru Vilfredo Pareto Library, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy

 


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Condividiamo l’intero programma dell’undicesima edizione della “Global Media and Information Literacy Week”, nata nel 2012, gestita dall’UNESCO in collaborazione con “Media and Information Literacy Alliance”, la rete universitaria UNESCO-UNAOC Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue (MILID) e altri partner.

È un’occasione importante per le parti interessate per rivedere e celebrare i progressi raggiunti nella “alfabetizzazione all’uso dei media e dell’informazione per tutti”.

La Settimana globale dell’alfabetizzazione ai media e all’informazione inizia il 24 ottobre e termina il 31 ottobre 2022, press Abuja, in Nigeria.

 


https://www.unesco.org/en/weeks/media-information-literacy/feature-conference

Monday 24 October 2022

10.00 a.m. to 11.15 a.m. (Paris time)

Parallel session – Post-pandemic ICTs adoption in homes: Media and information literate parents, what to trust?

Moderator : Ms Yachat Sandra Nuhu, Programme Assistant, UNESCO, Nigeria

  • Ms Estrella Luna Munoz, Expert and Advisor in Education, Media, Arts & Youth Empowerment. Project Manager, Trainer, & Researcher, Mexico
  • Ms Grace Githaiga, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Convenor, Kenya ICT Action Network (KICKTANet), Kenya
  • Mr Larry Magid, President and Chief Executive Officer, Connect Safely, United States of America
  • Ms Kyoko Murakami, Member of the Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue University Network of UNESCO, Lecturer, Hosei University, Japan
  • Mr Omwoyo Bosire Onyancha, Co-Lead, MILID Network,  Research Professor, University of South Africa South Africa

Parallel session – Media and information literacy in the workplace

Moderator: Mr Jesus Lau, Professor, Director, USBI VER Library, Veracruz University, Co-chair, Media and Information Literacy International Steering Committee, UNESCO, Mexico

  • Ms Anubhuti Yadav, Professor, Indian Institute of Mass Communication, India
  • Ms Ina Fourie, Professor, Department of Information Science, University of Pretoria, South Africa
  • Ms Maja Zaric, Head, Unit for International Cooperation, Ministry of Culture and Media, Serbia
  • Ms Silvia Bacher, Member of the UNESCO Alliance for Media and Information Literacy, Argentina

Parallel session – Media and information literacy for trust and transparency in media and electoral processes: Era of Misinformation and Disinformation

Moderator: Ms Lena Nitsche, Project Manager, Digital Sphere, Policy and Learning, DW Akademie, Germany

  • Mr Gustavo Silveira Borges, Professor and Researcher, University of the Extreme South of Santa Catarina (UNESC), Brazil
  • Ms Adaora Ikenze, Head, Anglophone West Africa | Public Policy, Facebook Nigeria Meta Platform, Nigeria
  • Ms Narine Khachatryan, Executive Director, Media Education Center / STEM Society, Armenia
  • Ms Rachel Fisher, Researcher & Coordinator, Information Ethics Network for Africa, Future Africa Institute, University of Pretoria, and Co-Chair, International Centre for Information Ethics (ICIE), South Africa
  • Mr Austine Frankline Ezejimofo, Senior Lecturer, Communications Studies, Catholic Institute of West Africa, Nigeria

 

11.30 a.m. to 12.45 p.m. (Paris time)

Parallel session – Media and information literacy curriculum in schools for intercultural dialogue and peacebuilding

Moderator:  Ms Božena Jelušić, Media Literacy Professor, Member of the Committee on Education, Science, Culture and Sports, Parliament of Montenegro, Montenegro tbc

  • Mr Manuel Pinto, Professor, Minho University, Portugal
  • Ms Selin Senocak, UNESCO Chair on Cultural Diplomacy, governance and education,Turkiye
  • Ms Aakanksha Sharma, Program Associate,Internews, India
  • Mr Ifeoma B. Enweani-Nwokelo, Director, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria
  • Ms Maya Rupert Lara, Vice-President and Co-founder, Lebanese Association for Rehabilitation and Awareness, Lebanon
  • Ms Judy Mavodza, Doctor of Literature & Philosophy in Information Science, United Arab Emirates

Parallel session – Special Session: Media and Information Literacy Cities: Data collection and the trust factor

Moderator: Ms Sonia Livingstone, Professor, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom

  • Ms Evelyn Austin, Executive Director, Bits of Freedom, Netherlands
  • Mr Gevorg Hayrapetyan, Head, Personal Data Protection Agency, Armenia
  • Ms Sonia Livingstone, Professor, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
  • Ms Ana Paula Dias, Researcher, School of Communication and Arts, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Mr Ahmad Al-Khasawneh, Professor, Hashemite University, Director, Center Information Communication and e-Learning Technology, Jordan

Parallel session – Media and information literacy: Community journalism for better communities

Moderator: Mr John Okande, National Project Manager, UNESCO Office in Nairobi, UNESCO, Kenya

  • Ms Sally Tayie, Coordinator, International Media and Information Literacy Institute, Egypt
  • Mr Menychle Abebe, Lecturer of Journalism, University of Gondar, Ethiopia
  • Mr Tom Law, Head of Policy and Learning, Global Forum for Media Development (GFMD), United Kingdom
  • Ms Lina Chawaf, President, Community Media Forum Europe (CMFE), France
  • Ms Martina Chapman, Communications, Professional Specialist, Media Literacy and Digital Engagement, Ireland

 

12.45 p.m. to 2.00 p.m. (Paris time)

Parallel session – Conversations with the grassroots: Providing a platform to enlighten rural communities on media and information literacy

Moderator: Ms Hania Bitar Director General, PYALARA, Palestine

  • Ms Nancy Kwangwa, Director, Zimbabwe Information and Technology Empowerment Trust, Zimbabwe
  • Ms Katya Vogt, Global Lead for Media and Information Literacy initiatives, IREX, United States
  • Mr Dun Oliver C. Abiera, Founder and Executive Director, Youth Advocates Building Opportunities and Network in Governance, Philippines
  • Mr Jerome Morrissey, Head of Global ESchools and Communities Initiative, African Union Thematic Clusters for the Continental Education Strategy for Africa, African Union
  • Ms Victoria Ward, Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean, Save the Children, Panama

Parallel session – Mayors Dialoguing on Media and Information Literacy Cities

Moderator: Mr Felipe Chibas, Professor, University of Sao Paulo, Member, International Steering Committee of UNESCO MIL Alliance, Brazil

  • Mr Dinesh Babu, Assistant Professor, Head in Department of Visual Media and Communication, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, India
  • Mr Gustavo Henric Costa, Mayor of Guarulhos City, Brazil

Parallel session – Special Sessions: Young girls in digital technology – the place of Media and Information Literacy for critical thinking

Moderator:  Beatrice Bonami, Youth Committee Member, UNESCO MIL Alliance Lecturer, University of Tubingen, Brazil, Germany

  • Ms Marianne Bitar Karam, Director of MENA Operations & Lebanon Country Director, Digital Opportunity Trust Lebanon, Lebanon
  • Ms Narine Kachatryan, Chief Executive Officer, Safe AM Platform, Armenia
  • Mr Teodor Adrian Chiper, Member of the Children’s Board, UNICEF, Romania
  • Ms Tatiana Murovana, Programme Specialist, UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education, Russia

 

3:00 p.m. to 4.00 p. m. (Paris time)

High-Level Opening Session

Moderator: Mr Tawfik Jelassi, Assistant Director-General, Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO

  • Ms Audrey Azoulay, Director General, UNESCO
  • His Excellency Mr Muhammadu Buhari, President, Republic of Nigeria
  • HRH Princess, Rym al-Ali, Founder, Jordan Media Institute, Jordan
  • His Excellency Mr Macky Sall, President of the Republic of Senegal, Chairperson, African Union tbc
  • His Excellency Mr Umaro Mokhtar Sissoco Embalo, President of Guinea Bissau, Chairman, Economic Community of West African States tbc
  • Mr Josep Borrell, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission tbc

4:15 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. (Paris time)

High Level Plenary Session: Intergovernmental Bodies Joining Forces for Media and Information Literacy for All

Moderator: Mr Tawfik Jelassi, Assistant Director-General, Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO

  • Ms Carla Barnett, Secretary-General, Chief Executive Officer, Caribbean Community and Commons Market (CARICOM)
  • Mr Pornchai Danvivathana, Secretary-General, Asian Cooperation Dialogue (ACD)
  • Mr Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen, Deputy Secretary-General, OECD
  • Mr Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Secretary General, Arab Leagues tbc
  • Mr Jean-Claude Brou, President of the Commission, Economic Community of West African States tbc
  • Mr Matthias Schmale The Resident Coordinator a.i, UN House, Nigeria tbc

Tuesday 25 October 2022

10.00 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. (Paris time)

Parallel session – Media and information literacy in digital spaces: Intergenerational engagement and peer education

Moderator: Mr Paolo Celot, Founder and Secretary-General, European Association for Viewers Interests (EAVI), Belgium

  • Ms Therese Patricia San Diego Torres, Director, Research, Policy, and Advocacy Unit, Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication, Philippines
  • Mr Daniel Nwaeze, Youth Committee Member, UNESCO MIL Alliance, Media and Communications Expert, Afrika Youth Movement, Nigeria
  • Ms Bushra Ebadi, Co-Founder HILA Alliance and Research Associate with UNU-EGOV, Canada
  • Mr Guy Berger, Former Director for Freedom of Expression and Media Development, UNESCO, South Africa
  • Mr Haibo Zhang, Deputy Director, Guangzhou Children’s Palace, China
  • Ms Gulnar Assanbayeva, Regional Media Literacy Adviser, Internews, Kazakhstan
  • Mr Emir Pilav, Journalist, The Center for the Development of Youth Activism (CROA), Montenegro

Parallel session – Media and Information Literacy for resilience in times of crisis and flourishing in times of positive social change

Moderator: Mr Chido Onumah, Coordinator, African Centre for Media and Information Literacy (AFRICMIL), Nigeria

  • Ms Vinaya Deshpande, Mumbai Bureau Chief, CNN-News18, India
  • Mr Carel Pedre, CEO and Chief Producer, Chokarella, Haiti
  • Ms Marija Ristic, Regional Director, Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN), Serbia
  • Mr Robin Andersen, Lecturer, Fordham University, United States of America
  • Ms Hania Bitar, Director General, Palestinian Youth Association for Leadership and Rights Activation (PYALARA), Palestine

Parallel session – Media and information literacy, access to information and freedom of expression: Combined to renew trust

Moderator: Mr Guilherme Canela De Souza Godoi, Chief, Freedom of Expression and Safety of Journalists Section, UNESCO

  • Ms Kelly Walls, Executive Director, NewsWise, The Guardian Foundation, UNESCO MIL Alliance Award 2019, United Kingdom
  • Ms Roula Mikhael, Executive Director, Maharat Foundation, Lebanon
  • Mr Jonathan Rozen, Senior researcher, Africa Program, Committee to Protect Journalists, United States of America
  • Ms Munkhmandakh Myagmar, President, Press Institute, Mongolia

11.45 a.m. to 1.15 p.m. (Paris time)

Special Session – Ambassadors as Messengers Championing Media and Information Literacy

Moderator:  H.E. Ms Hajo Sani, Ambassador, Permanent Delegate, Permanent Delegation of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to UNESCO

  • Mr Tawfik Jelassi, Assistant Director-General, Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO (Opening remarks)

Special Session – Talking Across Generations on Media and Information Literacy (TAGe) [with the Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP)]

Moderator : Ms Estrella Luna Munoz, Expert and Advisor in Education, Arts and Youth Empowerment, Project Manager, Trainer and Researcher, Mexico

  • Mr Daniel Nwaeze, Media and Communications Expert, Afrika Youth Movement, Youth Committee Member, UNESCO MIL Alliance, Nigeria
  • Ms Milouda Bouichou, Data Scientist, Agency of Digital Development, Morocco
  • Mr Robert Chiwamba, Director, Sapitwa Poetry, Malawi
  • Ms Beatrice Bonami, Lecturer, University of Tubingen, Youth Committee Member, UNESCO MIL Alliance, Brazil
  • Mr Ifeoma Adaora Anyanwutaku, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Information and Culture Nigeria tbc
  • Mr Yonathan Tesfaye, Deputy Director General, Ethiopian Media Authority, Ethiopia
  • Ms Esther J. Koimett, Permanent Secretary, CBS, Kenya

Parallel session – Distrust and disinformation undermine democratic governance: Experiences and media and information literacy solutions

Moderator: Mr Elvis Michel Kenmoe, UNESCO Regional Adviser for Communication and Information, Senegal

  • Ms Juliet Amoah, Country Director, Emerging Public Leaders and Media Strategist, Ghana tbc
  • Mr Jinaud Augustin, Editor-in-Chief and Admin, Juno7, Lawyer, Communication Consultant, Haiti
  • Ms Maria Luisa Zorrilla Abacal, Professor-Researcher, Institute of Educational Sciences and Coordinator of the Multimodal Training Program (e-UAEM), Autonomous University of the State of Morelos, Brazil
  • Ms Gina Neff, Executive Director, Minderoo Centre for Technology & Democracy, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Parallel session – Media and Information Literacy as Enlightenment for All: A focus on Africa 

Moderator: Mr Olagunju L. Idowu, Secretary-General, Nigerian National Commission for UNESCO, Nigeria

  • Ms Yemisi Akinbobola, Journalist and Co-founder, African Women in Media (AWIM), Nigeria
  • Ms Rachel Fischer, Co-Chair, International Centre for Information Ethics, South Africa
  • Mr Wallace Gichunge, Executive Director, Centre for Media and Information Literacy, Kenya
  • Mr Chido Onumah, Coordinator of the African Centre for Media and Information Literacy (AFRICMIL), Nigeria
  • Ms Yeama Sarah Thompson, Managing Director, Sierra Leone News Agency, Sierra Leone

3.00 p. m. to 4:30 p. m. (Paris time)

Parallel session – Ministerial Panel: National Media and Information Literacy Frameworks, Sustaining Beyond Disinformation

Moderator: Mr Tawfik Jelassi, Assistant Director-General, Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO

  • Mr Tawfik Jelassi, Assistant Director-General, Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO (Opening remarks)

Parallel session – Automated content moderation and challenges of inaccuracies and censorship: Digital platforms distrust and algorithmic biases

Moderator: Mr Jad Melki, Founder, Media, and Digital Literacy Academy of Beirut (MDLAB), Lebanon

  • Ms Marianna Spring, Specialist Disinformation and Social Media Reporter, BBC News, United Kingdom
  • Ms Sally Samy Tayie,Coordinator, International Media and Information Literacy Institute, Egypt
  • Mr Ibrahim Kushchu, Founding President, Turkish Consortium of Artificial Intelligence, and UNESCO IFAP, Member of the Information Literacy Working Group, Turkiye
  • Ms Elizabeth Stewart, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of South Carolina, United States of America
  • Mr Stephen Tindi, Lecturer, Ghana Institute of Journalism, Ghana

Conversion with Women in Politics/Leadership: Engaging Media and Information Literacy for Information Presence and Political Inclusion

Moderator: Ms Charmaine Pereira, Writer and Feminist scholar in Abuja, Coordinator for the Initiative for Women’s Studies, Nigeria

  • Ms Beatrice Bonami, Youth Committee Member, UNESCO MIL Alliance Lecturer, University of Tubingen, Brazil, Germany
  • Ms Juliet Amoah, Country Director, Emerging Public Leaders and Media Strategist, Ghana tbc

4:45 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Paris time)

Special session – Dialogue and Commitments: An International Media and Information Literacy Funding

Moderator: Ms Marielza Oliveira, Director for Partnerships and Operational Programme Monitoring, Communication, and Information Sector, UNESCO

  • Mr Tawfik Jelassi, Assistant Director-General, Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO (Opening remarks)

Special Session – Conversations with civil society, global media agencies, and digital platforms : Empowering users and audiences with media and information literacy

Moderator: Mr Paul Mihailidis, Professor of Civic Media and Journalism, Emerson College, United States of America

  • Ms Roslyn Kratochvil Moore, Media and Information Literacy Expert, Deutsche Welle Akademie, Germany
  • Mr Anubhuti Yadav, Head Department, New Media and Information Technology, Course Director, Advertising and Public Relations, Indian Institute of Mass Communication, India
  • Ms Kat Stafford, National Investigative Writer and Global Investigations Correspondent, Associated Press, United States of America
  • Mr Blessing Chiparausha, University Librarian, Bindura University of Science Education, Zimbabwe

Parallel session – Media and information literacy for human rights

Moderator: Mr Samson Shuaibu, Head of Department Mass Communication, Bingham University, Nigeria tbc

  • Mr Jordan Rittenberry, General Manager, Edelman Trust Barometer, United States
  • Mr Ricarson Dorce, Minister-Counsellor, Permanent Delegation of Haiti to UNESCO, Haiti
  • Mr Darwin Franco Migues, Director, Zonadocs, Mexico
  • Ms Lucy K.L. Mandillah, Deputy Director, Institute of Indigenous Knowledge and Cultural Studies, Kenya

Wednesday 26 October 2022

10.00 a.m. to 11.15 a.m. (Paris time)

Special Session –  Scamming practices and the challenges of trust

Moderator: Mr Nosa Owens-Ibie, Vice Chancellor, Professor of Communication, Caleb University, Nigeria

  • Mr Darren Linvill, Associate Professor, Lead Researcher, Watt Family Innovation Center Media Forensics Hub Clemson University, United States of America
  • Mr Neil Andersen, President, Association for Media Literacy, Board Member, Journal of Media Literacy, Canada
  • Mr Jonathan Gandari, Chief Director, Government Programs and Messaging, Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Zimbabwe
  • Ms Ateh Ndikum Nehtung Larissa, Founder, Youths Internet Morals, Cameroon

Special Session – Global conversations with government and civil society on promoting Media and Information Literacy in schools to nurture the future of trust in an ailing world

Moderator: tbc

  • Ms Latifa Akharbach, President, High Authority for Audiovisual Communication (HACA), Morocco
  • Mr Serge Barbet, Director, Center for Media and Information Literacy (CLEMI), France
  • Ms Claire McGuire, Policy and Research Officer, The International Federation of Library Associations, and Institutions (IFLA), Netherlands
  • Ms Tessa Jolls, President and CEO, Center for Media Literacy, United States of America

11.30 a.m. to 12.45 p.m. (Paris time)

Special Session – UNESCO-Twitter Space – Building the global square of trust with media and information literacy

Moderator: Mr Silvia Caneva, Senior Public Policy Associate, Twitter, Ireland tbc
Special Session – Global conversation with teachers on Media and Information Literacy and trust

Moderator: Ms Eyerusalem Azmeraw, Project Officer at UNESCO’s International Institute for Capacity Building in Africa (IICBA), Ethiopia

  • Mr Ramon R. Tuazon, President, Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication (AIJC), Philippines
  • Mr Cheung Chi Kim, Professor & Author, Media Literacy Education, China
  • Ms Paulette A Kerr, Lecturer, University of the West Indies, Member, Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue University Network, Jamaica
  • Mr Andrew Whitworth, Director of Teaching and Learning Strategy, Manchester Institute of Education, United Kingdom

Parallel session – Curriculum development and teacher training authorities advancing Media and Information Literacy

Moderator: Mr Renato Operetti, Senior Programme Specialist, Innovation and Leadership in Curriculum and Learning, International Bureau of Education, UNESCO

  • Ms Aichurek Usupbaeva, Founder and Director of Media Sabak Foundation, Kyrgyzstan
  • Mr Steve Nwokeocha, Executive Director, Africa Federation of Teaching Regulatory Authorities (AFTRA), Nigeria
  • Ms Pate Umaru, Dean of School of Postgraduate Studies, Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria

12.45 p.m. to 2 p.m. (Paris time)

Parallel session – Media and Information Literacy & AI in News Literacy

Moderator: Mr Damaso Reyes, News Literacy Project (NLP), United States of America

  • Ms Sonia Gill, Secretary General, Caribbean Braodcasting Union, Barbados
  • Mr Damaso Reyes, News Literacy Project (NLP), United States of America
  • Ms Ghita Berrada, Research Associate, King’s College London, United Kingdom
  • Mr Luu Machila, Senior Public and Media Relations Officer, Zambia tbc
  • Ms Yeama Sarah Thompson, Executive Director, Initiatives for Media Development, Sierra Leone tbc

Parallel session – New interdisciplinary, innovative applications for access to Media and Information Literacy

Moderator: Ms Drissia Chouit, Professor, Comparative Linguistics, Communication and Media Studies at Moulay Ismail University of Meknes, Morocco

  • Ms Susan Schneegans, Editor-in-Chief, Science Report Series, UNESCO
  • Ms Angela Fessl, Deputy Research Area Head, Know-Center, Co-author, Austria
  • Ms Sarah Benjamin Lwahas, Associate Professor in Communication, University of Jos, Nigeria
  • Ms Joyce Monteiro, Assistant Programme Specialist, Social and Human Science

3.00 p. m. to 4.30 p.m. (Paris time)

Special Session – Broadcasting Unions and Associations: Global Media Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy

Moderator: Mr Dimitri Sanga, Director, UNESCO Dakar Office, Senegal

  • Ms Deborah Steele, Director of News, Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union, Malaysia
  • Ms Claire Grant, President, Caribbean Broadcasting Union, Jamaica
  • Ms Justyna Kirczabinska, Head of News Strategy and Transformation, European Broadcasting Union, Switzerland
  • Mr Juan Andrés Lerena, Director General, International Association of Broadcasting, Uruguay
  • Ms Elena Perotti, Executive Director Public Affairs and Media Policy, World Association of Newspaper, France

Special Session – United Nations Roundtable on Media and Information Literacy

Moderator: Ms Marielza Oliveira, Director for Partnerships and Operational Programme Monitoring, Communication, and Information Sector, UNESCO

  • Mr Tawfik Jelassi, Assistant Director-General, Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO (Opening remarks)
  • Ms Melissa Fleming, Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications, United Nations (UN)
  • Ms Monika Gehner, Head, Corporate Communications, International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
  • Ms Ana Tomé Pires, Digital Strategy & Planning Officer, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
  • Mr Boaz Paldi, UNDP’s COVID19 Crisis Communication Manager, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
  • Mr Tim Nguyen, Head of the Infodemic Management Department and the COVID-19 Infodemic Management Pillar Lead, World Health Organization (WHO)
  • Ms Gabby Stern, Director of Communications, World Health Organization (WHO)
  • Mr Georges Boade, Senior Education Programme Specialist, United Nations Relief and Works Agency UNRWA and Ms Al Kanash Hanan, Chief Teaching and Learning Division, United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA)
  • Mr Simon Walker, Chief, Rule of Law and Democracy Section, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)

Parallel session – Media and Information Literacy meets Cultural Literacy: A trust enabler

Moderator: Ms Maarit Jaakkola, Co-Director, Nordicom, Nordic Centre for Media Research, Sweden

  • Mr Vedabhyas Kundu, Programme Officer, Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, Ministry of Culture, India
  • Mr Olunifesi Suraj, Senior Lecturer, University of Lagos, Nigeria
  • Ms Kyoko Murakami, Lecturer, Hosei University, Member of the Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue University Network of UNESCO, Japan

4:45 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. (Paris time)

Special Session – Media and Information Literacy in Journalism (News Networks)

Moderator: Mr Ronald David Kayanja, Director, United Nations Information Centre, Uganda (tbc)

  • Mr Tawfik Jelassi, Assistant Director-General, Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO (Opening remarks)
  • Mr Ricky Naidoo, Chief Content Officer, African News Agency, South Africa
  • Mr Anthony Greene, Member of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union Board of Directors and Manager, Starcom Network, , Barbados Mr Yonatan Tesfaye, Deputy Director General, Ethiopian Broadcasting Authority, Ethiopia
  • Mr Gabriel Sosa Plata, Defender of Audiencesrector, Canal 22, Mexico Mr Carlos Henrique Schroder, Chief Executive Officer, TV Globo, Brazil tbc

Parallel session – Media and Information Literacy, Media and Mindset: Assessment of selectivity theory and information-seeking behaviour

Moderator: Mr Oluseyi Soremekun, National Information Officer, United Nations Information Centre

  • Mr Olunifesi Suraj, Senior Lecturer, Department of Mass Communication, University of Lagos, Nigeria
  • Ms Maria-Jose Masanet, Associate Researcher, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
  • Mr Abdul Hamid Yakab, Programme Officer, Communication and Information Section, UNESCO
  • Mr Fabio Jose Novaes de Senne, Research Coordinator, Regional Center for Studies on the Development of the Information Society (CETIC), Brazil

Parallel session – Media and Information Literacy for Global Citizenship: Values of mutual understanding and trust

Moderator: Ms Kristina Juraitė, MILID Network, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania

  • Mr Paul R Carr, UNESCO Chair in Democracy, Global Citizenship and Transformative Education, Canada
  • Ms Despoina Anagnostopoulou, UNESCO Chair on Intercultural Policy for an Active Citizenship and Solidarity, Greece
  • Mr Kolawole Ogunbiyi, Programme Manager AFRICMIL, Nigeria
  • Ms Kristina Juraitė, MILID Network, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
  • Mr Syed Nazakat, Chief Executive Officer, DataLEADS, India

Thursday 27 October 2022

10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. (Paris time)

Parallel session – Addressing conspiracy theories: Media and information literate approaches

Moderator: Mr Chido Onumah, Coordinator of the African Centre for Media and Information Literacy (AFRICMIL), Nigeria

  • Ms Estrella Luna Munoz, Expert and Advisor in Education, Media, Arts & Youth Empowerment. Project Manager, Trainer, & Researcher, Mexico
  • Ms Lusine Grigoryan, Media literacy specialist/ Project Manager, Media Initiatives Center, Armenia
  • Mr Jeremy Hayward, Lecturer in Education, University College London, United Kingdom
  • Mr Priyank Mathur, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Mythos Labs, United States of America
  • Mr Jon Roozenbeek, Postdoctoral Fellow, Cambridge University Social Decision-Making Lab, United Kingdom

Parallel session – Dialogue with indigenous communities: Media and Information Literacy for trust

Moderator: Claudia Wanderley, Member, MILID Network, University of Campinas, Brazil

  • Ms Franca Umasoye Igwe, Co-creator of a Solution for Language Loss “project Afrilingo”, Nigeria
  • Ms Flora Dutra, Doctoral Researcher, Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel, Brazil
  • Mr Subhashish Panigrahi, Documentary Filmmaker and Multimedia Artist Documenting Asian Pacific Endangered Languages, India

Special Session – Announcement of Global Media and Information Literacy Youth Hackathon Winners

Moderator: Mr Sow, Mamadou Lamine, Regional Education Advisor, UNESCO

11.45 a.m. to 1.15 p.m. (Paris time)

Parallel session – Special Session: Media and information literacy: Spurring a more transparent digital common

Moderator: Ms Constance Bommelaer, Senior Director, Global Internet Policy, Internet Society, France

  • Ms Krisztina Rozgonyi, Senior international media, Telecommunication and IP legal and policy expert, Austria
  • Mr Hopeton Dunn, Professor of Communications Policy and Digital Media, Department of Media Studies, University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana
  • Mr Michael Hoechsmann, Associate Professor, Lakehead University, Canada
  • Ms Constance Bommelaer, Senior Director, Global Internet Policy, Internet Society, France

Special Session – UNESCO Media and Information Literacy Alliance and the UNESCO MIL and Intercultural Dialogue University Network Meetings (Including Announcement of Global Media and Information Literacy Winners)

Moderator: Mr Grizzle Alton, Programme Specialist, Section for Media and Information Literacy and Media Development, UNESCO and Ms Irene Andriopoulou, Media Literacy Expert & Analyst, National Centre of Audiovisual Media & Communication, Member, International Steering Committee of UNESCO MIL Alliance, Greece

  • Ms Sherri Hope, Associate Professor, Director, Center for Media and Information Literacy, Temple University, Co-Vice Chair, International Steering Committee, UNESCO MIL Alliance, United States of America
  • Mr Omwoyo Bosire Oyancha, Research Professor, Department of Information Science, University of South Africa, Co-Lead, UNESCO Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue University Network, South Africa
  • Ms Maarit Jaakkola, Co-Director, Nordicom, University of Gothenburg, Co-Lead, UNESCO Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue (MILID) University, Sweden
  • Mr Alexandre Le Voci Sayad, CEO, ZeiGeist, Co-Chair, International Steering Committee, UNESCO Media and Information Literacy Alliance, Brazil
  • Mr Daniel Nwaeze, Coordinator, Youth Committee, UNESCO Media and Information Literacy Alliance, Afrika Youth Movement, Nigeria
  • Ms Ifeoma Bessie Enweani-Nwokelo, Director, International Collaboration and Linkages,Nigeria

Parallel session – Media and Information Literacy in the age of AI and Metaverse

Moderator: Mr Tao Zhan, Director, UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education, Russia

  • Mr Prateek Sibal, Programme Specialist, Digital Innovation and Transformation, UNESCO HQ, France
  • Mr Ibrahim Kushchu, Head of TheNextMinds.com, the AI ​​consulting and training company, Turkiye
  • Mr Osama Aljaber, Digital Democracy Specialist, UNDP, Jordan
  • Ms Ghita Berrada, MIL expert, High Authority for Audiovisual Communication (HACA), Morocco
  • Mr Alexandre Sayad Le Voci, Co-Chair, UNESCO MIL Alliance International Steering Committee, Brazil

Parallel session – Scientific method and science literacy made simple with Media and Information Literacy

Moderator: Mr Marco A. Cabero, Deputy Secretary General of the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation (CBCGDF), Bolivia

  • Ms Agnese Davidsone, Associate Professor in Communication and Media, Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences, Latvia
  • Prof. Desire Wade Atchike, Researcher at Taizhou University, Benin
  • Prof. Maria L. Ojeda S., Energy and Sustainability Researchers at Universidad Central del Valle del Cauca Tuluá, Colombia
  • Ms Gina Thésée, Professor, Faculty of Education, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Canada

Friday 28 October 2022

10 a.m. to 11.15 am (Paris time)

Parallel session – First Validation of Draft International Framework for Digital Communications Platform to Promote Media and Information Literacy

Moderator: Mr Grizzle Alton, Programme Specialist, Section for Media and Information Literacy and Media Development, UNESCO

  • Mr Junhao Hung, Professor & Research Associate Fair Bank Centre of Chinese studies, Havard University, China
  • Ms Alexa Robertson, Section for Journalism, Media and Communication Studies, Stockholm University, Sweden
  • Ms Yeama Sarah Thompson, Executive Director, Initiatives for Media Development, Sierra Leone tbc

11.30 a.m. to 13.00 p.m. (Paris time)

Closing Session and of the Adoption of the Abuja Declaration on Global Financing for Media and Information Literacy: An imperative to fight against disinformation and build trust.

Moderator: Mr Dimitri Sanga, Director of UNESCO Dakar office, Senegal

Monday 31 October 2022

(A Media and Information Literacy Cities Day)

3.00 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. (Paris time)

Parallel session – Global Media and Information Literacy Week meets World Cities Day (City officials)

Moderator: Mr Oluseyi Soremekun, National Information Officer, United Nations Information Centre (UNIC)

4.45 p.m. to 6.15 p.m. (Paris time)

Parallel session – Global Media and Information Literacy Week meets World Cities Day (Youth)

Moderator: Mr Emmanuel Komi Kounakou, (work mainly in Africa) Director, Platform for Action and Training in Media Education for Children and UNESCO MIL CITIES Initiative Africa, Canada (tbc)

Quick Links
https://www.unesco.org/en/weeks/media-information-literacy/feature-conference

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