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Closing Statement by Amb. Thomas Greminger, Chairperson of the Permanent Council
12 September 2014
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Statement
12 September 2014
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Closing Statement
12 September 2014
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Douglas Griffin
12 September 2014
Douglas Griffin, a Director of Albany Associates, is a lawyer and an expert in communications and media strategy, law and policy, particularly in conflict, post-conflict and transitional environments. Examples of his past projects include advice on media development and policy for the United Nations in Somalia; working with the World Bank to establish a framework for ICT regulation in Somalia; establishing and assisting the development of an independent communications regulator in Iraq; training senior management of national communications regulators and government officials; and providing comprehensive broadcast, internet and other regulatory advice to communications regulators and government ministries in Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kosovo, Afghanistan, South Sudan, Nigeria, Uganda and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Douglas Griffin
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Vacancy notice: Local Expert in Water Resources and Geographical Information System (GIS). Application deadline: 25 September 2014
11 September 2014
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Agenda
11 September 2014
International seminar "Towards Helsinki+40: The OSCE, the Global Mediterranean and the Future of Co-operative Security", Rome, 18 Sepetember 2014.
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Guide on Defamation and Insult
11 September 2014
This user guide for lawyers and journalists on the application of defamation norms has been developed with the OSCE support. It introduces all step-by-step procedures on pre-trial and court proceedings related to defamation and insult cases. The guide was developed by Ara Ghazaryan, Deputy Director of Arni Consult and member of the Information Disputes Council and Artak Zeynalyan, human rights activist of the Rule of Law NGO. It is not available in English.
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Զրպարտության և վիրավորանքի ձեռնարկի կազմ
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Gill Phillips
10 September 2014
Gill Phillips is the Director of Editorial Legal Services for the Guardian News & Media and a media law specialist. She advises on a range of content-related matters including defamation, privacy, contempt of court and reporting restrictions. She has worked as an in-house lawyer dealing with pre- and post- publication review and litigation matters for the BBC, News Group Newspapers and Times Newspapers Limited where she was also Head of Litigation. Since 2009 she has advised Guardian News & Media on its ground-breaking coverage of major issues pertaining to the freedom of information in recent years, including phone-hacking, Wikileaks, the Leveson Inquiry and most recently the NSA leaks from Edward Snowden. She was a member of the Ministry of Justice’s Working Group on Libel Reform. She also sits as a part-time Employment Tribunal Judge and co-authors the College of Law Employment Law handbook.
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Gill Phillips, Director of Editorial Legal Services for the Guardian News & Media
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David Goldberg
10 September 2014
David Goldberg taught at the School of Law, University of Glasgow from 1971- 2000, founding the Journal of Media Law and Practice (1980) and initiating the teaching of media/communications law and policy at Glasgow in 1983. Currently, he directs deeJgee Research/Consultancy; is a Senior Visiting Fellow, Institute of Computer and Communications Law, Queen Mary, University of London; and an adjunct Associate Professor of Law, Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, USA. He works for the Campaign for Freedom of Information in the UK and carries out international consultancy work. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts etc (FRSA) and in 2012 gained a 'PhD by Prior Publication' (Glasgow Caledonian University).
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David Goldberg, Senior Visiting Fellow, Institute of Computer and Communications Law, Queen Mary, University of London; and adjunct Associate Professor of Law, Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, USA.
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Wolfgang Kleinwächter
10 September 2014
Wolfgang Kleinwächter is a professor of International Communication Policy and Regulation at the Department for Media and Information Sciences at the University of Aarhus in Denmark. He is also the co-founder of the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EURODIG), the Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GIGANET), the Summer School on Internet Governance (SSIG) and chair of the ICANN Studienkreis. He has authored more than 100 international publications, including 7 books. Since 2011 he has served as editor of the publication MIND (Multi-stakeholder Internet Dialogue) as well as on a number of advisory boards for scientific journals, including Transnational Data and Communication Report, Computer Law and Security Report, The Journal of Media Law and Practice, Gazette and the Journal for Virtual Reality. In 2012 he was presented with the highest Internet-related award in Germany by the German Internet Economy Association.
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Wolfgang Kleinwächter, professor of International Communication Policy and Regulation at the Department for Media and Information Sciences at the University of Aarhus, Denmark
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