All four DJL co-directors will be in Lugano, Switzerland, this week for the biennial conference of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA). Lina Dencik, Joanna Redden, Arne Hintz and Emiliano Trere will present results from the ongoing projects Data Scores as Governance, Data Policies, and Data Harms, and discuss the connections of this work with the broader research fields of digital communications, media activism, media regulation and democratic participation.
Lina will open the conference with a keynote speech on data justice. And Lina and Arne will present their new book Digital Citizenship in a Datafied Society at a dedicated book launch event.
It will be a busy conference for us, and we’re looking forward to discussing our work with a wide range of scholars at Europe’s largest media and communication conference.
Data Justice presentations at ECREA:
Lina Dencik: Resistance in the Datafied Society: From Data Ethics to Data Justice, Wednesday 31 October, 7pm
Joanna Redden: Data Harms and Democratic Futures, Thursday 1 November, 9am
Arne Hintz: Data Policies: Regulatory Approaches to Data-driven Platforms, Thursday 1 November, 2.30pm
Lina Dencik, Joanna Redden and Arne Hintz: Data Scores as Governance: Uses of Citizen Scoring in Public Services, Thursday 1 November, 4.30pm
Arne Hintz and Lina Dencik: Digital Citizenship in a Datafied Society – Book Launch, Friday 2 November, 5pm