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LABSUL PARTICIPATES IN EVENT IN OXFORD ABOUT MEDIA LAW AND POLICY

by labsul | ago 15, 2022 | Courses and Events

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LABSUL PARTICIPATES IN EVENT IN OXFORD ABOUT MEDIA LAW AND POLICY

Between August 1st and 12th, the 2022 Media Policy Summer Institute was held at The Program in Comparative Media Law and Policy (PCMLP) is an interdisciplinary program at the Center for Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Oxford (Oxford School of Law) – Oxford Global Media Policy Summer Institute.

The event, which takes place every year and is organized by the Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute, aims to bring together top academics, media lawyers and regulators, human rights activists, and politicians from around the world to discuss the effects of technology, media, and politics in a global and multidisciplinary perspective.

Participants participate in an intensive, interdisciplinary two-week program in Oxford that combines specialist instruction with participatory activity, group work, and discussion.

In this edition, LABSUL participated in the presentation, on August 10, of the work by Gustavo Silveira Borges entitled “Public policy standards, disinformation, and content moderation in a comparative perspective.”

The objective of the work was to present studies on how to develop public policy standards to combat disinformation about anti-vaccine movements in the European Union, focusing on human rights as an emancipatory humanitarian project to guarantee democracy and digital governance in Europe.

The research was developed as follows: (i) it studied how the governments of several European countries combat disinformation strategies, the different perspectives of regulation of digital platforms in the European Union, and comparative research was carried out with the Latin American scenario, precisely the anti-vaccination movement; (ii) mapped public policies of existing European governments to combat disinformation strategies in Europe, with a focus on human rights and public trust in anti-vaccination movements in the EU; (iii) identified norms to combat disinformation about anti-vaccination movements in the EU that impede both their spread and public trust narratives.

The research was determined based on the research experience on disinformation in Latin America and the possibility of proposing a standard based on the expertise developed in The Program in Comparative Media Law and Policy of the Oxford Center for Socio-Legal Studies in comparative approaches to disinformation, with a study in the context of disinformation in Europe, conducting comparative research with the Latin American scenario specifically the anti-vaccine movement.

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Marcela

30 de abril de 2024

Exceptional

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