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Dr. Mike Ryan, head of WHO's health emergencies program.
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MIL issues generally don’t observe borders. This webinar will explore what kind of collaboration is taking place at an international level that might help to the improve MIL outcomes in the long term. This session will also consider the evolving nature of media regulation across Europe and the increasingly important role that the promotion of media literacy has, as well as the future role that Media Literacy Ireland can play. We are delighted to announce the following speakers for this webinar.
- Celene Craig, Broadcasting Authority of Ireland
- Urska Umek, Council of Europe
- Lubos Kuklis, European Regulators Group for Audio Visual Media Services
- Maria Donde, European Platform of Regulatory Authorities
To secure your place please register in advance using this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RxZY3MTPSfa-lfJ98QbXjQ
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This webinar is also open to non-MLI members.More Information