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    4 semanas
  • Dedicación:
    4–12 horas por semana
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  • Nivel:
    Intermediate
  • Idioma:
    English
  • Transcripción de video:
    English
  • Tipo de curso:
    A tu ritmo

Prerrequisitos

Please note that this is a follow up course to the "Freedom of Expression and Information in the Time of Globalization: Foundational Course."

If you are not familiar with the legal framework and issues related to freedom of expression, we suggest enrolling in the Foundational Course first.

Sobre este curso

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This course will focus on the multiple challenges to freedom of expression brought about by the technology revolution of the last two decades. On one hand, it has given the world the means to realize its commitment to freedom of information without frontiers. Technology has shaped, reshaped, and radically transformed the production and distribution of information, profoundly impacting whole societies and greatly influencing, if not defining, information and communication. On the other hand, it has also precipitated or heightened a range of normative, regulatory and political issues related to the protection of free speech, on and offline. This course will examine the complex, and often awkward, interplay of global information flows with national jurisdiction and state sovereignty, its effects on democracy and fundamental rights, and what it means for the realization of a borderless vision for the right to freedom of expression.

The course is comprised of recorded lectures. Dr. Agnes Callamard, the Director of Columbia Global Freedom of Expression and the UN Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial, Summary or Arbitrary Executions, who led the human rights investigation into the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, will deliver the lectures. Supplementary lectures by international experts will provide additional information on topics addressed by the main lectures or additional issues which could not be included in the core course. Students will be actively invited to consult the supplementary videos to strengthen their knowledge. Weekly readings will be assigned from classic philosophical works on the concept of freedom of expression, key texts of international human rights law, significant decisions of international and national courts, as well as relevant news stories and video clips. The course will provide access to case analyses from Columbia University's Global Case Law Database to illustrate the issues as well as for course assignments. Most readings will be freely available on the Internet.

This Advanced Course was preceded by a Foundational Course, which introduces the international system of protection for freedom of expression. Enrolling in the Foundational Course is recommended before undertaking this Advanced Course to those who are not familiar with international human rights law and freedom of expression issues.

Lo que aprenderás

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  • The impact of the Information technology revolution on the exercise of, and the global standards related to, freedom of expression and information.
  • The most recent legal and policy developments in response to challenges to freedom of expression and information, including those related to security, religion and technology.

Plan de estudios

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WEEK FIRST: THE NORMATIVE FRAMEWORK FOR FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN THE DIGITAL AGE (1)
  1. Introduction and Overview
  2. Freedom of Expression on-Line 
  3. Intermediary Liability
  4. Censorship by proxy and other implications
WEEK SECOND: THE NORMATIVE FRAMEWORK FOR FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN THE DIGITAL AGE (2)
  1. Are Bloggers Journalists?
  2. The Liability of Search Engines   
  3. The Right To Be Forgotten
  4. Surveillance within and Across Borders
WEEK THREE: CHALLENGES TO ON-LINE FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION: HATE AND INCITEMENT SPEECH
  1. Incitement and Hate Speech: Article 20 of the ICCPR
  2. Incitement and Hate Speech: International Comparison
  3. Regional and Domestic Implementation of the Prohibition of Incitement
  4. National Security and Speech: International Standards
  5. Counter-Terrorism and Freedom of Expression 
  6. Countering Incitement and Hate Speech
WEEK FOUR: FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN THE DIGITAL AGE
  1. Defamation (1): The Basics  
  2. Defamation (2): Digital Speech
  3. Privacy Online
  4. Violence against Expression
  5. Protection of Journalists and HRDs

Conoce a tus instructores

Agnès Callamard
Director, Global Freedom of Expression
Columbia University

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I completed the #GFOEMOOC #FreedomofExpression in the Age of Globalization MOOC course. Challenging weekly Quizzes, informative videos, engaging discussion and plenty of rigorous reading. Should be required course for all student journalists and those in newsrooms around the world. Very well done.