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OPENING SESSION
09:30amWelcome / Coffee
10:00am
Welcome of UNESCO Chair representatives, speakers and guests by representatives of partner institutions. UNESCO, UNESCO France, ORBICOM, University of Paris 8, The Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Semantis.
Frank LA RUE, Deputy Director-General of Communication and Information at UNESCO.
Bertrand CABEDOCHE Professor, University of Grenoble, President of the International Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communication (ORBICOM).
Daniel JANICOT, President of the French National Commission for UNESCO.
Annick ALLAIGRE, President of University of Paris 8.
Michel WIEVIORKA, Sociologist and President of the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Director of Studies, École des hautes études en sciences sociales.
Richard DELMAS, Former official at Council of Europe and European Commission, ex-Head of the Office for the Governmental Advisory Committee of Icann, organism in charge of Internet Governance at international level.
11:00am
Presentation of the objectives of the research program and the symposium
Ghislaine AZÉMARD, Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, University of Paris 8, UNESCO ITEN Chairholder, University of Paris 8/The Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Director of Idéfi CréaTIC program.
Yves THÉORÊT, Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada, General Secretary of the International Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communication (ORBICOM).
11:30am
Inaugural Speeches introduced by Jamal Eddine NAJI, Research Professor and ORBICOM Chair (Morocco).
Elaine AYOTTE, Canadian Ambassador to UNESCO.
Jean-Louis ROY, Historian, President of the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, President of the Centre for French-speaking Countries of the Americas, President of the Centre for International Studies and Research at the University of Montreal, former Secretary General of the Intergovernmental Agency for French-speaking Countries.
12:30pm to 2:00pmLunch
ROUND TABLE “Emerging media: toward what kind of humanism?”

Presiding Moderator: Yves THÉORÊT

2:00pm
“In search of meaning: ‘something electronic?’”

Carmen RICO DE SOTELO , Canada.
Associate Professor, Department of Social and Public Communication, University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada. Coordinator of the ORBICOM network Chairs from Latin America.
2:20pm
“A digital civilization for all”

Jean-Paul LAFRANCE , Canada/France.
Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, University of Quebec in Montreal. Researcher, UNESCO ITEN Chair.
2:40pm
“Emerging areas: between technologization, entertainment and politics. A diagnosis attempt for Latin America”

Manuel SANTILLÁN VÁSQUEZ , Peru.
Professor of Communication, University of Lima, Peru. ORBICOM Member.
3:00pm
“Reflections on the origins of humanism and its European context in the Rhine region”

Michel MATHIEN (France)
Professor Emeritus of Information Communication Sciences, University of Strasbourg.
3:20pmDiscussion
3:40pmCoffee break
ROUND TABLE “Technological uses and identity affirmation”

Presiding Moderator: Ghislaine AZÉMARD

4:00pm
“Digital thumbprint and media: a historical approach”

Yves THÉORÊT , Canada.
Professor of Information and Communication Sciences at the University of Quebec in Montreal. General Secretary of the ORBICOM network.
4:20pm
“Connected objects and smart development: the African example”

Alain KIYINDOU, Noble AKAM & Étienne DAMOME ,France.
Professor of Information and Communication Sciences/Lecturer accredited to direct research (HDR)/Lecturer, University of Bordeaux-Montaigne. UNESCO Chair on emerging practices in technologies and communication for development.
4:40pm
“Implications of news aggregation trends on the process of develop-ment in Nigeria”

Umaru A. PATE, Lai OSO & Sharafa DAUDA ,Nigeria.
Professor of Communication, University of Maiduguri. Member of the ORBICOM network / Professor, School of Communication, Lagos State University / Researcher, University of Maiduguri.
5:00pm
“The role of the cinema in the identity debate of post-revolutionary Tunisia: secularism or religious prohibition”

Lamia AIDOUDI,France.
Researcher, University of Bordeaux-Montaigne. ORBICOM Member.
5:20pm
“New models. The digital empowerment of indigenous communities. The case of Igloolik Isuma Productions”

Bianca RUTHERFORD IGLESIAS (France/Spain)
Researcher. Head of International Relations, SciencesPo, Saint-Germain-en-Laye. UNESCO Chair in Communication, University of Malaga.
5:40pm to 6:00pmDiscussion
ROUND TABLE “Which freedoms of expression in the digital age?”

Presiding Moderator: Bertrand CABEDOCHE

9:00amWelcome / Coffee
9:30am
“Freedom of expression and the responsibility of journalism in today’s context”

Manuel Alejandro GUERRERO MARTINEZ, Mexico.
Professor of Communication, Ibero-American University, Mexico City. UNESCO Chair on Telecommunications and Societies.
09:50am
“Freedom of expression and media in the digital age: Transition and reconsideration”

Ulla CARLSSON , Sweden.
Professor of Journalism and Communication, University of Gothenburg. UNESCO Chair on Freedom of Expression, Media Development and Global Policy.
10:10am
“The ‘digital jail’: human rights and public liberties in the augmented market era”

Bernardo DÍAZ NOSTY & Ruth AINHOA DE FRUTOS, Spain.
Professor of Journalism/Researcher, Department of Journalism, University of Malaga. Communication UNESCO Chair at the University of Malaga.
10:30am
“Transparency and access to public information: an analytical model for Latin America”

Matias PONCE, Uruguay.
Professor, Department of Communication, Catholic University. Communications adviser to the Uruguayan Presidency.
10:50amDiscussion
11:00amCoffee break
ROUND TABLE “Digital humanism: education and ownership”

Presiding Moderator: Rosental ALVES

11:10am
“Digital communication compe-tence in improving competences in learning resources of educational actors in indonesia”

Deni DARMAWAN, Andi FAISAL BAKTI, Umar HATAGALUNG & Helpris ESTASWARA , Indonesia.
Researcher in Communication, Indonesian University of Education/Professor, Dean, Pancasila University, Jakarta/Researcher/Lecturer.
11:30am
“Teaching code in the humanities: a barrier to overcome for digital natives”

Mokhtar BEN HENDA , France.
Lecturer, University of Bordeaux-Montaigne, France. Researcher, UNESCO ITEN Chair.
11:50am
“The university beside itself: distributed media archives and participatory platforms”

Dany BUTT , Australia.
Researcher, Centre for Cultural Partnerships, Victoria College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, Australia. Member of the UNESCO Chair Centre for Public Culture and Ideas.
12:10am
“Towards a framework for new media optimization models in the age of the new social media”

Charles OKIGBO , USA.
Professor of Communication, North Dakota State University, USA. Former executive coordinator of the African Council for Communication Education (ACCE). ORBICOM Member.
12:30amDiscussion
12:45am to 2:00pmLunch
ROUND TABLE “New digital frontiers”

Presiding Moderator: Hakim HACHOUR

2:00pm
“Technological power, human challenges”

Mauricio TOLOSA SOZA , Chile.
President of the Fundacion de la Comunicologia, Santiago. ORBICOM Member.
2:20pm
“Innovations in communications and local media: crossover lessons from the bottom-up and the top-down”

Jan ANNERSTEDT , Denmark.
Professor, Copenhagen Business School, . UNESCO Chair in Communication.
2:40pm
“Homo-turistico numerico: between openness to the world and egocentric confinement”

Philippe VIALLON , France.
Professor, University of Strasbourg. UNESCO Chair “Journalism and Media Practices”.
3:00pm
“The Internet of citizens as a response to the Internet of objects: new models of governance of media and information education for a transition to the creative humanities”

Divina FRAU-MEIGS , France.
Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, university of Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3. UNESCO Chair “Self-fulfilment in the era of sustainable digital development”.
3:20pmDiscusion
3:40pmCoffee break
4:15pm to 6:00pm
General Assembly of the International Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communication (ORBICOM)
In attendance of Pierre GIGUÈRE, Diplomat, Assistant Secretary General of ORBICOM.
ROUND TABLE “Potential scenarios, values and models for digital humanism”

Presiding Moderator: Ghislaine AZÉMARD

9:00amWelcome / Coffee
09:30am
“For a transdisciplinary approach to digital humanism”

Ghislaine AZÉMARD, France.
Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, university of Paris 8. Director of the Idéfi CréaTIC program. UNESCO ITEN Chairholder, university of Paris 8/The Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme.
09:40am
“Potential scenarios: hegemony and alternatives in development models”

Michel AGNOLA, France
Teacher-Researcher, university of Paris 13.
10:00am
“Digital challenges in the humanities”

Milad DOUEIHI, France.
Professor. Historian of religions. Chair of Digital Humanism, University of Paris-Sorbonne – Paris 4.
10:20am
“Humanist challenges and symbolic reconquests”

Jean-Michel BESNIER, France.
Professor of Philosophy, University of Paris-
Sorbonne – Paris 4, France. Member of the Board of MURS (Universal Movement for Scientific Responsibility).
10:40am
“Emancipation, reconciliation, consolation: the stories of humanism?”

Stéphane DOUAILLER, France.
Professor of Philosophy, University of Paris 8.
11:00amCoffee break
11:20am
“Transmitting heritage and digital creation”

Qiang YIN, China.
Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, People’s University of China (Renmin), Beijing.
11:40am
“Contemporary digital creations and societal project”

Stéphane NATKIN, France.
Professor, Multimedia Systems Chairholder, CNAM (National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts). Director of ENJMIN.
12:00pm
Discussants
Sandy BALDWIN. Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA.
Lise BOILY /strong>. Full Professor, Department of Communication, University of Ottawa. Research Associate (Network of Schools in Creativity and Innovation) MosaiC-HEC Montreal, Canada.
Henri HUDRISIER. Researcher, UNESCO ITEN Chair, France.
Jean-Paul LAFRANCE . Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada. Researcher, UNESCO ITEN Chair, France.
Michel MEIMARIS. Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, University of Athens, Greece.

12:45pm to 2:00pmLunch
ROUND TABLE “Societal changes and economic models”

Presiding Moderators: Richard DELMAS & Fabrice ROCHELANDET

2:00pm
“Internet governance: digital strategies and policies in Europe”

Richard DELMAS, Belgium.
Former official at Council of Europe and European Commission, ex-Head of the Office for the Governmental Advisory Committee of Icann, organism in charge of Internet Governance at international level.
2:15pm
“Regulating the digital economy”

Fabrice ROCHELANDET , France.
Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, University of Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3.
2:30pm
“Digital technology and new social relations in the workplace: platformization and digital labour”

Antonio CASILLI , France.
Lecturer in digital humanities, Telecom ParisTech. Researcher, Edgar-Morin Centre, at École des hautes études en sciences sociales.
2:50pm
“Data policies or data without politics?”

Dominique BOULLIER , Switzerland.
Sociologist, Linguist. Director of the Social Media Lab, Federal Polytechnical School, Lausanne.
3:10pm
“Humanism under digital pressure”

Michel WIEVIORKA , France.
Sociologist and President of The Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme. Director of Studies, École des hautes études en sciences sociales.
3:30pm
Discussants :
Didier CARRÉ. Vice-President Cecua (European Confederation of Associations of Information Technology Users)/G9+, France.
François CUNY. General Delegate of the Systematic cluster, France.
Anne-Marie LAULAN. Professor Emeritus of Sociology, university of Bordeaux-Montaigne. Project Officer to the CNRS Communication Sciences Institute, France.
Rosental ALVES. Professor of Communication, University of Texas, Austin, USA. Knight Chair in Journalism and UNESCO Chair in Communication, USA.
Didier VAN DER MEEREN. Director of Le Monde des Possibles, Belgium.
4:00pmCoffee break
ROUND TABLE “Which human rights in the digital age?”

Presiding Moderator: Célia ZOLYNSKI

4:15pm
“Digital and human rights: towards the consecration of new forms of normativeness”

Célia ZOLYNSKI, France.
Professor of Law, University of Versailles-Saint Quentin in Yvelines. Member of the National Digital Technology Council.
4:30pm
“Digital ‘ethics’: panacea or ‘changing morality’ of a new humanity?”

Jamal Eddine NAJI , Morocco.
Professor, General Director of Audiovisual Communication. High Council of National Dialogue on Justice Reform. Member of the Board of Directors of the World Council of Radio and Television. Researcher, ORBICOM Chair.
4:50pm
“Protection of personal data online in China”

Jiayou SHI , China.
Professor of Law, People’s University of China (Renmin), Beijing.
5:10pm
“The european model of personal data protection: a fundamental right to defend”

Sophie VULLIET-TAVERNIER , France.
Director of Public Relations and Research, CNIL (National Data Protection Commission).
5:30pm
“Asymmetry between economics and law: which regulations?”

Ibrahim SY SAVANE , Ivory Coast.
President of the High Authority of Audiovisual Communication of Ivory Coast. Former Minister of Communication of Ivory Coast. President of the Francophone network of the Media Regulator.
5:50pm
Discussants :
Alain CAPO CHICHI. Chairman of the CERCO Group, Ivory Coast.
Richard DELMAS. Former official at Council of Europe and European Commission, ex-Head of the Office for the Governmental Advisory Committee of Icann, organism in charge of Internet Governance at international level, Belgium.
Jean-Paul LAFRANCE. Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada. Researcher, UNESCO ITEN Chair, France.
Matthieu QUINIOU. Researcher, UNESCO ITEN Chair. Lawyer, France.
CONCLUSIONS & PERSPECTIVES
by managers of the ORBICOM network and the UNESCO ITEN Chair.