Diplo in the Media
Diplo in the Media showcases links to features and articles by Diplo’s lecturers, staff, and associates in public media. Diplo’s global team of lecturers, researchers, and practising diplomats provide unique expertise in modern diplomatic issues.
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The article refers to a seminar hosted by the Barbados Government and the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU). It reports on Vladimir Radunović's (Director of Cybersecurity and E-diplomacy, Diplo) intervention in this event.
Barbados Today (3 February 2022)
The article refers to the Geneva Engage Awards, and the fact that the World Council of Churches was awarded third place in the NGOs and Associations category.
Bible Media News (2 February 2022)
The blog by Dr Jovan Kurbalija, published on CircleID, looks at how 'open' has been a defining word of the internet since its early days, and continues to retain its importance in 2022.
Jovan Kurbalija for CircleID (26 January 2022)
The article re-publishes the information written by New Era, on the 10-day virtual capacity development programme on digital diplomacy for Namibian diplomats.
AllAfrica (19 January 2022)
The article reports about the 10-day virtual capacity development programme on digital diplomacy for Namibian diplomats. The programme was offered by the Government of Malta, and run by DiploFoundation.
New Era (19 January 2022)
The article reports about a 10-day intensive online training run by DiploFoundation, which was offered to Namibian Diplomats by the Government of Malta. For more information, read also: A stronger voice: How Namibian diplomatic practice is updating to the era of digitalisation
Namibia Economist (18 January 2022)