The Constitution Building Programme of International IDEA is pleased to invite you to the third webinar in our series on Conversations on Innovative Constitutional Design Options.
The series seeks to identify, discuss, profile and showcase innovative constitutional approaches, focused on institutional design, with potential to contribute to the resolution of some of the topical social, political, economic and cultural challenges facing societies around the world.
The third webinar in this series will focus on constitutional innovations regarding Media Commissions designed to advance freedom of expression and media freedom and their role in addressing contemporary challenges of dis/misinformation and advancing fair, balanced, and diversified media coverage, particularly in publicly owned or state-subsidized media.
-- Kimana Zulueta Fuelscher, Acting Head, Constitution Building Programme, International IDEA
Introducing and Moderating the Panel
-- Adem Kassie Abebe, Constitution Building Programme, International IDEA
* The Ghana Media Commission: Professor Kwesi Prempeh, Director, Centre for Democratic Development, Accra, Ghana
* The Polish National Council of Radio Broadcasting and Television: Miroslaw Wroblewski, Director, Constitutional, International and European Law Department Office of the Commissioner for Human Rights
* The Tunisian Audio-Visual and Communication Commission: Professor Hajer Gueldich, Faculty of Legal, Political and Social Sciences, Tunis-University of Carthage; Member, African Union Commission on International Law
* The Armenian Television and Radio Commission: Boris Navasardian, President, Yerevan Press Club, Armenia
-- Questions and Answers
-- Thank you and Closing