1:1 with Eva Simon

In this podcast Eva Simon (Liberties) & media lab discuss the human rights perspective on media
📌Episode Highlights
⏲️[00:00] Intro
⏲️[01:18] Q1 - What does (protecting) media freedom mean to you?
⏲️[04:21] Q2 - What should the EU legislators do or do better to protect media freedom?
⏲️[12:13] Q3 - What are the pitfalls that EU legislators should avoid when trying to protect the media and its freedom?
⏲️[20:14] You have 2 minutes to deliver a message to the powers that be in the EU: make your case.
⏲️[22:48] Outro

📌About Our Guest
🎙️ Eva Simon | Senior Advocacy Officer, Liberties
🐦 https://twitter.com/evasimon_info
🌐 Liberties’ Take To Make Media Freedom Stronger In The EU: EMFA Policy Brief
🌐 Joint Statement on the Proposal for the European Media Freedom Act (co-signed by Liberties)
🌐 Liberties' Comment on the EC’s EMFA Proposal
🌐 Liberties

Eva Simon is a senior advocacy officer at the Civil Liberties Union for Europe (Liberties). Liberties is a Berlin-based EU watchdog organisation. Eva works on issues related to the field of freedom of expression and data protection. She is a human rights lawyer with a special focus on digital rights. Besides her EU-level advocacy work, Eva works on strategic litigation across EU member states. She has been active in human rights work for more than fifteen years. Prior to joining the NGO world, Eva worked as a media lawyer and a researcher. She was a research fellow at the Central European University (2006), at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, New York, USA (2005) and at the Technical University of Budapest, Hungary (2001-2005). She has authored expert studies, book chapters and articles on privacy and media freedom.
1:1 with Eva Simon
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