Plenary Session 4: Freedom of expression and protection of journalists
8 November 2019 - 9.00-10.30 / Council of Europe Hemicycle
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General Secretary of the European Federation of Journalists
Secretary of State to the Prime Minister, Government Spokeswoman
Sibeth Ndiaye is a French-Senegalese communications advisor and politician. On 1 April 2019, she was appointed Government Spokeswoman by President Emmanuel Macron. She was in charge of Macron's press relations during the 2017 presidential election and joined his cabinet in the Élysée Palace after he was elected. Since 1 April 2019, she has subsequently served as a Secretary of State to the office of the Prime Minister and Government Spokeswoman.
Cartoonist and President of Cartooning for Peace
Journalist, Vice Chair of Hong Kong Journalists Association
Hong Kong, China
CARUANA GALIZIA Matthew
Matthew Caruana Galizia is a journalist and software engineer. He worked at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) on six major investigations: Offshore Leaks, Swiss Leaks, Luxembourg Leaks, Fatal Extraction, Panama Papers, and Paradise Papers. ICIJ and its partners won the Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting in 2017. Daphne, Matthew’s mother, was assassinated in Malta in 2017 and Matthew left the organisation to set up The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation, which is dedicated to achieving justice for his mother.
MOLINA Pedro X.
Press cartoonist, caricaturist
António (Portugal), Bado (Canada), Boligán (Mexico), Chappatte (Switzerland), Camdelafu (Venezuela), Dlog (Tunisia), Uri Fink (Israel), Ali Ghamir (Morocco), Glez (Burkina Faso), Xavier Gorce (France), Khalid Gueddar (Morocco), Izel (Turkey), Kak (France), Vladimir Kazanevsky (Ukraine), Khalil (Palestine), Michael Kichka (Israel), L'Andalou (Algeria), Lefrançois (France), Denis Lopatin (Russian Federation), Pedro X. Molina (Nicaragua), Mykaïa (France), Nardi (Italy), Needall (Tunisie), Piet (France), Plantu (France), Lars Refn (Denmark), Rayma (Venezuela), Tjeerd Royaards (Netherlands), Laurent Salles (France), Ann Telnaes (USA), Vadot (Belgium), Wiglaf (France), Yemsrach Yetneberk (Ethiopia), Z (Tunisia), Willy Zekid (Congo Brazzaville), Zohoré (Ivory Coast), Zlatkovsky (Russian Federation)