6 November 2019 - 9.30-10.30 / Council of Europe Hemicycle

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World Forum for Democracy 2019: Times for facts, Opening Session and Plenary 1
Palais de l'Europe, Hemicycle 6 November 2019 - 9.30-11.00
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HAUPT Carina

Carina HAUPT

Media Analyst, Media Intelligence Service, European Broadcasting Union

Carina Haupt is a media analyst in the Media Intelligence Service (MIS), the market research department of the EBU. Carina is the author of Democracy & PSM, MIS’ latest publication on the relationship between a nation’s democratic health and the strength of its public service media, as well as the EBU’s annual report on Trust in Media. She is also part of the EBU’s strategic initiative PSM Contribution to Society. Carina studied International Communication and Empirical Communication Science in the Netherlands, France and Germany. Before joining the EBU in 2017, she worked as a market researcher in a German advertising agency as well as for ARD’s regional branch SWR.

WIKE Richard 2019

Richard WIKE

Director of global attitudes research, Pew Research Centre

Richard Wike is director of global attitudes research at Pew Research Center. He conducts research and writes about international public opinion on a variety of topics, such as America’s global image, the rise of China, democracy, and globalisation. He is an author of numerous Pew Research Center reports

moderator moderator
LUCIANI Claudia 2019

Claudia LUCIANI

Director of Human Dignity, Equality and Governance, Council of Europe

Claudia Luciani is currently Director of Human Dignity, Equality and governance. Her responsibilities cover the implementation of the Istanbul and Anti-Trafficking conventions as well as of the gender equality strategy (2018-2023). Claudia’s work on governance focuses on the functioning of democratic institutions from election assistance, civil society participation and good governance principles. The World Forum for Democracy is how innovation in democracy helps us meet the current challenges.