Team

The ARTICLE 19
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International HR Officer
International HR Officer

Abosede Osunsanya
@AbosedeOsunsanya

Abosede Osunsanya
@AbosedeOsunsanya

Abosede has substantial experience of supporting the complete employee life cycle in a diversity of organisations in the not-for-profit and public sector including United Nations Population Fund. In addition to Abosede’s HR professional experience, Abosede has also undertook general management roles providing supported housing for women. Along with a recognised coaching qualification, Abosede is a Chartered member of the Institute of Personnel and Development with a first degree in Law and a Master in law LLM.

Fundraising and Development Officer
Fundraising and Development Officer

Etienne Koeppel

Etienne Koeppel

Etienne joined ARTICLE 19 early 2020 as the Fundraising and Programme Development Officer at the International office based in London. In this capacity, he is responsible for the financial sustainability of the organisation. He dedicates his time researching funding opportunities, communicating with donors, and supporting teams by coordinating, co-designing, and writing project proposals.

Hailing from Washington DC, he previously worked in freedom of religion or belief (FoRB) in Freedom House’s Emergency Assistance Programme and in programme development at Search for Common Ground.

Etienne holds a B.A. in Political Science from McGill University (Montreal, Canada) and a M.Sc. in Conflict Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he specialised in the study of terrorism, social exclusion, and ethno-religious conflict.
Digital Program Officer
Digital Program Officer

Raquel Renno Nunes

Raquel Renno Nunes

Raquel is the Digital Program Officer focusing on spectrum management issues, primarily in and around the ITU’s Radiocommunication Sector. She has been working with topics related to human rights and social impact of digital technologies since 2003 in educational and digital rights organisations and since 2010 she is a member of the International Center for Info Ethics (ICIE).
Currently based in Berlin, he also worked together with local grassroots communities in Central and South America on projects to tackle digital divide among women and girls in familiar agriculture and indigenous communities.She holds a PhD in Communication and Semiotics from PUC-Sao Paulo, focusing on the intersection  between urban studies and the media environment.

Internet of Rights Fellow
Internet of Rights Fellow

Ali Hussein

Ali Hussein

Ali Hussain is researching Digital Rights Management (DRM) and Intellectual property rights preservation area as his postgraduate degree at the University of Malaya. He is working on solving user’s online rights over its data which travels around without explicit control. His area of interest is improving technical protocols and standards. He is working on increasing the adoption of the Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP) as part of APNIC Project under ISIF Grant 2019. He is working as the Internet of Right (IoR) fellow to bring users privacy protection perspective into RDAP.

Project Coordinator

Debbie Solomon

Debbie Solomon

Debbie is the project coordinator for PROTECT a consortium programme

AAT qualified accountant with over 20 years experiences in the private sector, NGO and INGO’s.

She has an BSc 2:1 from Birkbeck University and an MSc Gender (Research) from The London School of Economics where her focus was the disavow of the Black Bisexual body.

Before joining ARTICLE 19 in 2011, she volunteered in the Educational Team  at Plan International and designed lesson plan for Primary and Secondary schools on Forced Marriage and Bullying

Head of Media Freedom

Pierre François Docquir
@pfd_FreeMedia

Pierre François Docquir
@pfd_FreeMedia

Pierre François is the Head of the Media Freedom Programme of ARTICLE 19.

Pierre François Docquir is a researcher and expert in the fields of Human Rights Law, Freedom of Expression and Media Law and Regulation. He joined ARTICLE 19 in 2015 as senior legal officer. He previously served as vice-president of the Conseil Supérieur de l’Audiovisuel in French-speaking Belgium (2007-2015). He obtained his PhD in Law in 2009 (Université Libre de Bruxelles) and was a lawyer at the Brussel’s Bar (2000-2004).

His work focuses on the protection of freedom of expression in the changing context of contemporary media landscapes. His publications include a volume on the evolution of media regulation in the age of convergence, a book on comparative free speech law (US-ECHR) and articles on various aspects of freedom of expression in worlds that are digitized (or not).

Senior Campaigner
Senior Campaigner

Barbara Dockalova
@BarbaraDockalo1

Barbara Dockalova
@BarbaraDockalo1

Barbara is responsible for leading the strategic development, management, design, coordination, and delivery of Article19 global campaigns.  In addition, she provides support and guidance to regional offices to ensure effective external mobilisation in line with Article19 Expression Agenda.

Barbara has a Masters Degree in Science and Business. Over the past 12 years, she has been campaigning with human rights organisations in Asia, Africa and Latin America to influence policies and practice that protects the rights of older people, rights to sexual reproductive health and secure gender equality.

Internet of Rights Fellow
Internet of Rights Fellow

Juliana Novaes

Juliana Novaes

Juliana Novaes is a Law Student at the University of Sao Paulo also enrolled in a double-degree program at the University of Lyon. She is a researcher in the law and technology field and a digital rights activist. She is currently part of the Directive Council of the Internet Society’s Youth Observatory (Youth SIG). As an Internet of Rights fellow, her main objective is to understand the risks and challenges of current spectrum licensing models for community networks in Latin America.

Internet of Rights Fellow
Internet of Rights Fellow

June Okal

June Okal

June supports ARTICLE 19’s global work on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information at the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) as well as on wider policy initiatives on business and human rights. She is a Technology, Media and Telecommunications lawyer practicing in Kenya passionate about the Law and Technology with working experience supporting Sub Saharan Africa.  She serves as Co – Organizer for Legal Hackers Nairobi – a Global Community for Lawyers and Technologists who meet to discuss matters at the intersection of law and technology, and writes for Techweez, the leading technology blog in Kenya.

Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, Patent and Trademark Agent June holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) Degree from the University of Nairobi and Post Graduate Diploma in Law from the Kenya School of Law.