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The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom, with support of the Council of Europe and its partner organisations, invites you to join a dialogue on freedom of expression between the European legal and the media sphere. It will take place on 24th March 2017 in the Palais de l’Europe Building (Room 1) in Strasbourg.

The conference will be live-streamed entirely. Find the webcast here.

The one-day conference aims to bring together judges and lawyers of the European Court of Human Rights and media lawyers, academics, policymakers, journalists, media professionals and civil society representatives active in the field of media law and freedom of expression. It will provide a platform to discuss the ECtHR case law in cases concerning freedom of expression of media and journalists.

Key topics to be discussed:
● Defamation, privacy and the processing of personal data
● Investigative journalism, access to information, protection of sources and whistleblowers
● The right to protest and the role of the media during protests. 

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To find more information about the European Centre for Press and Media freedom, visit our website and follow us on Twitter.

The conference will be live-streamed entirely. Find the webcast here. 
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Friday, March 24 • 10:10 - 12:00
Defamation, privacy and processing of personal data
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Moderators
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Gill Phillips

Director of Editorial Legal Services, Guardian News & Media Limited
Gillian Phillips is the Director of Editorial Legal Services for Guardian News & Media Limited (publishers of the Guardian and Observer newspapers and theguardian.com). She was educated at Selwyn College, Cambridge and qualified as a solicitor in 1984 with the law firm Coward (now Clifford) Chance. She joined the BBC as an in-house lawyer in 1987, later working for News Group Newspapers and Times Newspapers, where she advised on pre- and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Galina Arapova

Galina Arapova

Director, senior media lawyer, Mass Media Defence Centre
Galina Arapova has a law degree (graduated in 1994 from Voronezh State University) and post-graduate  in world economy and international relations (Russian Academy of Sciences, graduated in 1998),  graduated from Institute of European Law (University of Birmingham, UK, Human Right Law and practice program conducted in cooperation with Council of Europe, in 1999). She is a director and senior media lawyer at the Mass Media Defence Centre... Read More →
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Robert Spano

Judge, The European Court of Human Rights
Robert Spano is a Judge of the European Court of Human rights elected with respect of Iceland. His term of office began on 1 November 2013. Before being elected, Judge Spano served provisionally as Parliamentary Ombudsman of Iceland and Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Iceland. He was a member of the European Committee on Crime Problems and an Independent Expert to the Lanzarote Committee of the Council of Europe... Read More →
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Sanne Terlingen

Journalist, OneWorld & Argos
Sanne Terlingen is a Dutch investigative journalist currently working for OneWorld (online and magazine) and Argos (Dutch national radio). She mostly writes about migration, people smuggling and human trafficking. Her story on a Dutch multimillionaire abusing minors in Ghana earned her ‘De Loep 2012’ for the best investigative journalism by a journalist under 30, and ‘De Tegel’ (the main journalism award in the... Read More →
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Barbara Trionfi

Executive Director, International Press Institute (IPI)
With an academic background in international relations and human rights, Barbara Trionfi joined the International Press Institute (IPI) in 2000 as a press freedom adviser for the Asia-Pacific region, where she had studied and worked for over two years, carrying out research in the field of human rights and freedom of expression.Later, as press freedom manager, she oversaw IPI’s global press freedom activities. Today, as executive... Read More →


Friday March 24, 2017 10:10 - 12:00
The Palais de l’Europe Building (Room 1)