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Keynote Discussion: Peter Greste on a Proposed International Charter for the Protection of Journalists

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Peter Greste spent 400 days in jail for doing his job. All over the world, journalists pay with their liberty and sometimes their lives in pursuit of one simple thing: the truth. Should there be a charter of journalistic freedom in international law? In conversation with media law experts Jason Bosland and Daniel Joyce, Peter Greste will discuss how such a charter might be implemented, and why protecting journalists matters.

Presented by the Centre for Advancing Journalism and the Centre for Media and Communications Law at the University of Melbourne.

Featuring

Peter Greste

Professor Peter Greste is an Australian-born journalist, author, media freedom activist and academic. He is a founding member of the advocacy group, the Alliance for Journalists Freedom, and the UNESCO Chair in Journalism and Communication at the University of Queensland. He is also a regular contri... Read more

Jason Bosland

Jason Bosland is deputy director of the Centre for Media and Communications Law at Melbourne Law School, where he teaches communications and intellectual property law. He holds degrees from the University of Melbourne and the London School of Economics. His primary research interests lie in media la... Read more

Daniel Joyce

Dr Daniel Joyce is a lecturer at UNSW Law, and directs the digital media and human rights project for the Australian Human Rights Centre. Daniel is an affiliated research fellow with the Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights at the University of Helsinki.  His main ... Read more

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Collins Street Baptist Church

174 Collins Street Melbourne Victoria 3000

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