Conference on New Media and Democracy

The Edward R. Murrow Center is pleased to present the first annual Conference on New Media and Democracy.

The Future of Democracy in the Age of Disinformation

Innovating Policy Solutions for a Networked World

A global, multi-sector conversation exploring the shifting landscape of public diplomacy, cybersecurity and civic engagement in the digital age.

Thursday, November 21 and Friday, November 22, 2019


Highlights


Panels and Presentations

Keynote Speakers

Rachel Kyte

Dean, The Fletcher School

Richard Stengel

Former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs

Morning Session:
National Security and Foreign Policy in the Disinformation Age

US Information Strategy in the Cyber Era: Promoting US Interests and Preserving American Values

PANELUS Information Strategy in the Cyber Era: Promoting US Interests and Preserving American Values

Balkanization of the Internet: The Growing Popularity of the Chinese Firewall

PANELBalkanization of the Internet: The Growing Popularity of the Chinese Firewall

Afternoon Session:
Innovating Solutions Across Sectors

Can the Platforms Save Us? The Strengths and Limits of the Private Sector

PANELCan the Platforms Save Us? The Strengths and Limits of the Private Sector

Can the Government Save Us? Emerging Global Models of Regulation and Free Speech

PANELCan the Government Save Us? Emerging Global Models of Regulation and Free Speech

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