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Directeur exécutif de VE Inteligente. Activiste et chercheur, il travaille dans les domaines de la sécurité numérique, des technologies civiques et des droits de l'homme sur internet. Andrés et son équipe défendent les droits des Vénézuéliens sur internet et participent à la protection des militants, des médias indépendants et des organisations de la société civile.
Maria Xynou travaille avec l'Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI) depuis 2016. Elle gère les actions communautaires et la recherche sur la censure de l'internet à travers le monde. Auparavant, chez Tactical Tech, elle a créé des ressources pour la protection des données et la sécurité numérique, enquêté sur l'industrie des données, et animé des ateliers pour les droits de l'Homme.
Valentina Aguana est une militante vénézuélienne des droits numériques. Elle est étudiante en ingénierie informatique et membre de l'ONG VE Sin Filtro depuis 2019. Elle surveille les événements liés à la censure sur internet et analyse les cyberattaques qui visent les dissidents du gouvernement vénézuélien. Valentina dispense également des formations aux journalistes et aux activistes qui ont pour thème la vie privée et la sécurité.
Yvonne Ng est archiviste audiovisuelle de profession et responsable du programme Archives chez WITNESS. Spécialiste des droits de l'Homme et de la technologie, Yvonne soutient et forme des militants sur la collecte, la gestion et la conservation de témoignages vidéo pour le plaidoyer et la constitution de preuves.
Raja is human rights defender and citizen journalist with strong experience in Yemen and across the MENA region.
Bozorgmehr is an Iranian journalist and filmmaker. He started his career in his home city of Tehran, where he worked for Persian media for almost 10 years. He joined the BBC World Service as a senior broadcast journalist in 2008 and until recently worked as a newsroom editor for BBC Persian TV. Bozorgmehr is now Iran Correspondent for Reuters.
Amr Eleraqi is an Egyptian journalist with more than 10 years of data journalism experience. In 2012 he founded InfoTimes, the first infographic website in the Middle East. Since then he has trained more than 500 journalists in data journalism and data visualisation in cooperation with organisations such as Internews and BBC Media Action.
Tracy is Mobilisation Strategy Director at Greenpeace’s Mobilisation Lab. She has managed digital campaigns that have brought companies such as Nestle, HSBC and McDonald's agree on concessions for environmental protection.
Mohamad Najem co-founded and co-directs Social Media Exchange (SMEX). He focuses on integrating digital rights into Internet policy and governance through research, writing, and online campaigns. He has delivered dozens of digital media and advocacy workshops in Lebanon and throughout the Arab region.
Cheryl W. Thompson is an investigative correspondent for NPR. Prior to joining NPR in January 2019, she spent 22 years at The Washington Post, where she wrote extensively about law enforcement, political corruption and guns. She teaches investigative reporting as an associate professor at George Washington University and serves as board president of Investigative Reporters and Editors.
Privacy International is committed to fighting for the right to privacy across the world. We litigate to ensure that surveillance is consistent with the rule of law. And advocate for strong national, regional, and international laws that protect privacy, conducting research to catalyse policy change.
Friedhelm Weinberg is the Executive Director of HURIDOCS, an organisation that helps human rights defenders utilise information and technology to shine a light on abuses and advance justice for both victims and perpetrators of human rights violations. Friedhelm previously served as HURIDOCS’ Deputy Director, overseeing and managing projects in Africa, the Middle East, the Former Soviet Union Region and Asia.
This course is presented by Gayatri Khandadhai, a lawyer with a background in international law and human rights. Her focus is digital rights in Asia with specific emphasis on freedom of religion, expression, assembly, and association on the Internet. She is the Asia Policy Regional Coordinator at APC - the Association for Progressive Communications.
Stefanie works as a graphic designer with a focus on data-related design, with work ranging from data visualisation and information design to commissioned data art for a variety of clients such as Facebook, Penguin, Information is Beautiful, BBC and WIRED UK. Her work has been commissioned and exhibited internationally at major galleries.
This course is presented by Jan Moolman, a feminist activist who works between women’s rights, technology and human rights for almost a decade, with a specific focus on gender-based violence.she is the Global Women’s Rights Policy Lead at the Association for Progressive Communications.
Sam Dubberley is the head of the Crisis Evidence Lab and manager of the Digital Verification Corps in the Crisis Response Programme at Amnesty International. He is the co-editor of the book ‘Digital Witness: Using Open Source Information for Human Rights Investigation, Documentation, and Accountability’ and is a fellow of the University of Essex Human Rights Centre.
Toby Mendel is the founder and Executive Director of the Centre for Law and Democracy (CLD), based in Halifax, Canada. CLD works to promote, protect and develop those human rights which serve as the foundation for or underpin democracy, including the rights to freedom of expression, to vote and participate in governance, to access information and to freedom of assembly and association.
Catherine Anite is a Human Rights lawyer and freedom of expression expert. She is the Director of Global Programmes at Small Media Foundation, leading UPR engagements and championing digital rights in over thirty countries in Africa, MENA region and Central Asia under the UPROAR project. She is also the Founding Director of the Freedom of Expression Hub, an organisation working to promote and defend the right to freedom of expression in Uganda.
Felicia Anthonio est responsable de la campagne #KeepItOn chez Access Now, une organisation internationale à but non lucratif, qui milite pour élargir et défendre les droits numériques des utilisateurs susceptibles d’être confrontés à une restriction de leurs droits, dans le monde entier.
Tara has experience in print, online and broadcast journalism in London, New York and Paris. She has written for the FT Weekend, The Huffington Post and TIME Magazine. Most recently, she was a digital producer for CNN International in London. Tara now works as a digital consultant and journalist.
Rose is the Executive Director of the Human Rights in Iran Unit at City University of New York. She has documented human rights violations in support of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on human rights in Iran since 2011. She also used to be a pro surfer.
Mani Mostofi is the Director of Impact Iran, a coalition of Iranian human rights organisations. He’s an international human rights lawyer who reported on the human rights situation in Iran, Bahrain, and other places for many years. He was also the lead singer of a straight edge punk band.
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