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2016 Jakarta World Forum for Media Development
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Wednesday, September 21 • 09:00 - 10:30
Putting SDG 16.10 into practice: GFMD simulation game

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The GFMD Simulation Game is designed as “serious fun”: to show how the access-to-information commitment in the UN’s new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) could actually affect local media, national development, and the public’s right to know. The game is timely: in a few months’ time the UN General Assembly will adopt official measurements to monitor countries’ progress on the SDGs, one of which is expected to be the “adoption and implementation” of a national access to information law. Through this game GFMD hopes to raise awareness about the SDGs and their relevance to media and access to information, help prepare media and civil society to aid national implementation of the SDGs, stimulate thinking about the interaction between media, NGOs, aid agencies and governments, examine country-level challenges and mechanisms for public access to information, and get further feedback on the game to refine it for future use in forums and workshops.


Speakers
avatar for Fackson Banda

Fackson Banda

Programme Specialist, UNESCO
Fackson Banda, Zambia, is the programme specialist for UNESCO’s International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC). He is the winner of 2008 MISA Press Freedom Award and is the SAB LTD-UNESCO Chair of Media and Democracy in the School of Journalism and Media Studies at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. A scholar of African political thought and media, he has published in the areas of postcolonial theory and... Read More →
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Pinkie Chan

Regional Network and Partnership Support Manager, East-West Management Institute, Open Development Initiative
Hi! I'm Pinkie. I'm an open data advocate and practitioner, data journalism aficionado, and education advocate. I'm enthusiastic about building communities to catalyze open data culture and civic technology to create social, environmental, and economic values. Currently, I'm supporting Open Development Initiative to build a network of organizations co-managing a common open data and open knowledge platform. We support transparent sharing and... Read More →
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Caroline Giraud

Programmes & Policy Manager, GFMD
Caroline Giraud, France, is the Programmes and Policy Manager for the Global Forum for Media Development (GFMD). She has 15 years of experience in media support and human rights. She has previously worked as Europe and Eurasia researcher for Reporters Without Borders moving on to Internews Europe where she worked for 7 years on project management, fundraising and external communications. As a consultant she advises clients on donor relations... Read More →
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Bill Orme

UN Representative, Global Forum for Media Development (GFMD)
Bill Orme, USA, is an author, editor, and independent consultant specialized in media development and strategic communications, with long experience supporting independent journalism in emerging democracies and managing global advocacy campaigns. He currently represents GFMD at the United Nations, with a special focus on the access-to-information commitments in the UN's new Sustainable Development Goals. From 2002 to 2014 he was a senior... Read More →
avatar for Isabel Rodde

Isabel Rodde

Adviser Human Rights/Freedom of Expression and Access to Information, GIZ
Isabel Rodde is a human rights adviser at Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), focusing on media development, freedom of expression and access to information. She is a media scientist, broadcast journalist and journalism trainer. | Before joining GIZ´s Human Rights Programme, she worked as a research associate at the media department of the University of Flensburg. From 2005 - 2008 and 2011 - 2013 she worked as a... Read More →
avatar for Tara Susman-Peña

Tara Susman-Peña

Senior Technical Advisor, IREX
Tara Susman-Peña, USA, currently manages implementation projects for IREX's Information & Media practice in Mozambique and Guatemala, and advises on learning for a project in Syria. She is also a part of IREX's Center for Applied Learning and Impact, designing IREX's media strategy, rethinking the Media Sustainability Index, and leading research on media literacy, among other topics. Based in Washington, DC, she is also a lecturer at George... Read More →


Wednesday September 21, 2016 09:00 - 10:30
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