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Annex I - List of Participants











Kwame AKYEMPONG



AFR – Ghana

Deputy Director, Centre for International Education, Sussex University


Kwame is a Senior Lecturer in International Education at Sussex University and has researched and published in teacher education, basic educational reforms, educational programme evaluation, and educational assessment. He was previously Director of the Institute of Education at the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. Kwame has undertaken a number of international consultancies with the World Bank, JICA and DFID, in countries such as Ghana, Rwanda and Malawi. He also served on the committee for the drafting of a new Education Bill for Ghana.










Evelyne BEVORT
EUR - France

Deputy Director, Centre de liaison de l’enseignement et des moyens d’information (CLEMI)


CLEMI operates within the French ministry of Education and is dedicated to media education. Evelyne is involved in numerous research projects relating to media education and youth-media relations. She is a member of the European Commission’s Expert Group for media literacy.







Fackson BANDA

AFR - South Africa

SAB Miller-UNESCO Chair of Media and Democracy, School of Journalism and Media Studies, Rhodes University
Fackson introduced the widely read "Media Discourse" column to the Zambia Post. His main research interests include political economy of communication, civic education and journalism, media policy and institutions, African political thought and African media, and postcolonial theory. He is a regular contributor to academic and professional journals and publications. Before taking up his present job, Fackson was the Executive Director of Panos Institute Southern Africa, based in Lusaka, Zambia.








Albert K. BOEKHORST
AFR – South Africa

Visiting Professor, Department of Information Science,
University of Pretoria, South Africa

Albert is visiting professor at the University of Amsterdam, University of Pretoria and Tallinn University. He has been working in the field of information literacy since 1991 and his publications touch upon various aspects of this topic. His research concentrates on access to information. Albert is a member of the IFLA Information Literacy section, where he serves as Information Officer. He coordinates the European Forum for Information Literacy (EFIL), and a series of twelve worldwide workshops funded by UNESCO for teacher training in Information Literacy.







C. K. CHEUNG


ASP – Hong Kong


Teacher Trainer, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong
Founding chairman of the Hong Kong Association of Media Education and Research, C.K.’s interests include media education, civic education, entrepreneurship education, and the use of popular culture in teaching. C.K. is currently editing a book on the prevailing perspectives of media education in Asian countries diverse in culture, heritage, beliefs, values, education policy, as well as curricula and pedagogy.







Noel CHICUECUE


AFR - Mozambique



UNESCO Mozambique National Professional Officer
A teacher by profession, Noel was UNESCO Project Officer for curriculum transformation in basic education and teacher training. He has worked extensively on the integration of human rights and democracy into curricula in the Southern African Region and is co-author of the corresponding regional teacher’s resource manual on this topic. He is currently working with schools of journalism in the region to adapt key elements of UNESCO journalism training curricula.








Bandula P. DAYARATHNE



ASP - Sri Lanka

Graduate Teacher and Curriculum Developer at the National Institute of Education, visiting lecturer of Media Education at the University of Colombo
Bandula designed and introduced Media Club as a co-curricular activity in Sri Lankan schools, as well as initiating Media Work Experience Week and the UNESCO World Book Day Festival into the education system in Sri Lanka. Bandula is currently working on the development of a GCE Advanced Level syllabus in Communication & Media Studies.







Carmilla FLOYD
EUR - Sweden

Carmilla is a writer, journalist and media trainer, focusing mainly on global and social issues, children and youth culture. She has produced documentary films and programs for Swedish Public TV as well as educational and information materials on media literacy and global citizenship. Carmilla dealt with a Swedish national media literacy training project, and is currently implementing a project with the Birzeit University Media Development Centre in Palestine to develop a Media Literacy Project tool kit for Palestinian teachers and children.







Divina

FRAU- MEIGS

EUR - France


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Vice-President, International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR)
Professor of Media Sociology at the Sorbonne, Divina has published extensively on media content, the technologies and sub-cultures of the screen, and the relationship between media and technologies. She was also editor of the UNESCO Media Education Kit which includes five manuals for teachers, parents and professionals. Divina has participated in the WSIS process as focal point for the Education, Academia and Research taskforce, promoting media literacy education and e-learning. She is the director of the master pro in “E-Learning Engineering” at the Sorbonne and her current research deals with media education policies and cultural diversity issues. Divina is a consulting expert on these issues for the Council of Europe, the European Commission and other national and international bodies.   







Martin HADLOW


ASP - Australia



Director, Centre for Communication and Social Change, School of Journalism & Communication, University of Queensland
Martin was Director of the UNESCO Division for Freedom of Expression, Democracy and Peace and has worked in various senior positions with UNESCO, both at HQ and in the field. He has undertaken media training, distance education and curriculum development advisory work for a variety of agencies and has written widely on a range of free press and media issues. A journalist and broadcaster by profession, Martin has authored several training manuals and learning products, including an interactive, self-instructional training-of-trainers programme.








Jesus LAU
LAC – Mexico


Director, USBI VER Library, Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico
An expert in the field of information literacy, Jesus has published various books and papers on this topic. He is co-author of the Mexican Information Literacy Standards for Higher Education, and author of the IFLA International Guidelines on Information Literacy for Life-Long Learning. Recently, Jesus has edited Information Literacy: International Perspectives, and Towards Information Literacy Indicators: A Conceptual Framework Paper. Jesus is coordinator of the UNESCO-funded InfoLit/IFLA projects for the web-based international Information Literacy Resources Directory and the International Information Literacy State of the Art Report.







Maria Ester MANCEBO
LAC - Uruguay


Professor of Educational Policies, Universidad de la República, Montevideo
Maria Ester teaches “Educational Policy” at the Universidad de la República in Uruguay, and has held several senior positions in Uruguay’s National Administration of Public Education. She is the author of numerous articles and publications on educational policies, teacher training and social development. She is an expert consultant and has previously consulted numerous international organisations such as UNICEF, UNESCO, ECLAC, PREAL, IDB and the World Bank on these issues.








Penny MOORE
ASP – New Zealand

Educational Research Consultant
Penny’s research interests centre on information literacy and student learning, professional development and change management in schools. She has published two research-based books on information literacy in primary schools and conducted workshops for teachers, librarians and government officials in several countries. She was Executive Director of the International Association of School Librarians for five years prior to taking a research contract with the Ministry of Education concerning the nature of the relationship between policy makers and researchers.







Renato OPERTTI
UNESCO

International Bureau of Education, UNESCO, Geneva
Renato coordinates the Community of Practice in Curriculum Development platform. He has worked as an Educational Planner for basic, youth and teacher education and as a researcher in comparative regional studies in Latin America. He has coordinated upper secondary education reforms in Uruguay and has published numerous national and international studies on social policy, poverty, education and curriculum issues.







Caroline PONTEFRACT
UNESCO

Chief of Section for Teacher Education, UNESCO, Paris
Caroline was Principal Education Analyst at the African Development Bank, and previously worked with DFID on the DFID-Imfundo partnership initiative to enhance education in Africa, specifically in the areas of teacher education and the use of education management information systems through the appropriate application of ICTs.







Rasha OMAR


ARB - Palestine



Director, Science Technology Track, Palestinian Curriculum Development Centre, Ministry of Education and Higher Education
Rasha is team leader of the working group on electronic curricula for ninth and fifth grade students in Palestine in science and geography. She is an adviser of e-learning at the Higher Education Centre at Birzeit University in the West Bank. Her research interests include the integration of life skills with educational processes, child-centered learning, the use of ICTs in education and developing training materials and training of trainers in environmental issues, democracy, women's and children's rights.






José Manuel PÉREZ TORNERO


EUR - Spain


Vice-President, European Association for Viewers’ Interest (EAVI)

General Secretary, International Association for Media Education (MENTOR)
José Manuel is Director of the Communication and Education Research Centre at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona He is a member of European Commission Expert Group on Media Literacy and the Expert’s Group for Digital Literacy. José Manuel has published various books dedicated to Media Education, the Information Society, Educational TV and the impact of the mass media and new technologies.








Manuel Quintero QUINTERO



LAC - México

Director-General, Instituto Latinoamericano de la Comunicación Educativa
Manuel has led educational projects in both public and private institutions. He was General Manager of Educational Television in the Public Education Secretariat of the Mexican Government. He coordinated the construction of the Experimental Microsatellite SATEX-1 and the UN project to establish the Regional Center of Education in Science and Spatial Technology in Latin America.







Samy TAYIE



ARB - Egypt

President, International Association for Media Education (MENTOR)
Professor in Mass Communication at Cairo University, Samy’s areas of interest include media education, social marketing, mass communication research methods and mass media and society. Samy has published books and articles on the above-mentioned areas in Arabic and English, and is visiting professor at many universities in the Arab World.








Toussaint TCHITCHI

AFR - Benin


Université d'Abomey-Calavi, Bénin
Former Director of National Institute for Research in Education (INFRE), and former Minister of Information and Communication in Benin, Toussaint has recently dealt with the analysis of the UNITWIN/UNESCO Programme in Africa and the evaluation of recommendations of Bamako's international conference on Vocational Education.




Jordi TORRENT

N. America - USA


Project Manager, Media Literacy Education, Alliance of Civilizations, United Nations
Jordi has been a media consultant for the New York City Department of Education since 1990. He created a Media Literacy Education programme that has been implemented at over twenty five NYC schools, as well as conducting media education workshops for teachers and parents. He is co-director of Media: Overseas Conversations, a series of annual conferences on media, youth and education held in NYC.




Ramon R. Tuazon



ASP -

Philippines

Chairman, Technical Committee for Communication, Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Philippines
As an educator, Ramon lectures at the Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication (AIJC) graduate school and Miriam College’s Department of Communication. Ramon is also President of the Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication (AIJC) and Vice Chairman of the Philippine Social Science Council. He has written and co-edited many publications in this field, his latest entitled, The State of the Filipino Children Report 2007 (Children and Media) published by the Council for the Welfare of Children.




Carolyn Wilson


N. America – Canada


President of Association for Media Literacy (AML) Ontario
Currently teaching at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto, Carolyn has received the Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence for her work in media studies and global education. Carolyn is the co-author of the best selling textbook, Mass Media and Popular Culture, Version 2. Carolyn has been invited to speak at conferences around the world. Thanks to the work of the AML, the province of Ontario, Canada was the first educational jurisdiction in the world to mandate media literacy as part of the English curriculum.




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