JUDr Barbora Bukovská
JUDr Barbora Bukovská
Gabrielle joined ARTICLE 19 in 2011. She leads the organisations’ work on digital rights policy issues, including intermediary liability, privacy, intellectual property, telecommunications and cybercrime. She has led interventions or advised on cases before the European Court of Human Rights, the French Conseil d’Etat, the Supreme Court of Canada, the UK and Kenyan courts among others. She has given evidence before the UK House of Lords Committee on social media and criminal offences. From 2013 to 2015, she was a member of the Council of Europe Expert Committee on Crossborder flow of Internet Traffic and Internet Freedoms (MSI-INT) and from 2012 until 2016, she was a member of the UK Multistakeholder Advisory Group on Internet Governance (MAGIG). She regularly speaks at public events and conferences on digital rights and Internet freedom issues around the world.
Prior to joining ARTICLE 19, Gabrielle worked as a registry lawyer at the European Court of Human Rights for four years. She holds an LLB – Maitrise de droit français (1stClass) from Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne – King’s College London and an MSc Human Rights (Distinction) from the London School of Economics. She was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2006
Maria Luisa Stasi
Maria Luisa Stasi
Maria Luisa joined ARTICLE 19 as Senior Legal Officer in 2018. Based in the London office, she contributes to the development of the organisation’s policies on infrastructure, competition, and regulatory framework for telecoms, internet providers and online service providers. She also provides legal support to the organisation’s regional offices on digital rights and media policy issues.
Prior to joining ARTICLE 19, Maria Luisa coordinated various projects at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies of the European University Institute, where she conducted research, policy and capacity building activities in the telecoms and media sector. Before that, she worked as associate lawyer at Bonelli Erede, an international law firm, where she advised clients on competition rules and represented them in proceedings before competition authorities and courts from various jurisdictions. Maria Luisa holds a law degree (distinction) from the University of Perugia, a Master’s degree on international relations from LUMSA University and an LLM on European Legal Studies from the College of Europe. She was admitted at the Italian Bar in 2008.
Paulina is the former Digital Rights Programme Officer at ARTICLE 19 Mexico and Central America Office. She is an international human rights lawyer and Internet freedom advocate in Latin America. Paulina holds a degree in Law and another one in International Relations, she holds specialisation degrees on privacy, intellectual property and the Inter American Human Rights System. Her professional experience includes twelve years working on human rights policy research, human rights violations legal advisory, freedom of expression and gender issues. During the last four years she designed and developed the digital rights agenda for ARTICLE 19 Mexico and Central America Regional Office, including innovative approaches to study and exercise Freedom of Expression and Information online. She is also a member of INDELA’s Advisory Board and BENETECH’s Human Rights Program Advisory Board.
Pierre François Docquir
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).
Roberta joined ARTICLE 19 in September 2018 as the ECA Programme Officer, and also currently covers the role of Media Freedom Programme Officer. She focuses on the work on Spain and the Western Balkans and she provides support to ARTICLE 19’s Social Media Council initiative.
Roberta holds a Master degree in International Law from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London and degrees in Philosophy from the University of Bologna (Italy) and the University of Edinburgh. Roberta has worked for over 8 years in the human rights field at international level: she worked with UN-OHCHR and international NGOs in Uganda and Rwanda, as well as with the human rights section of the EU delegation to the UN in Geneva. Before joining ARTICLE 19, Roberta worked in the international department of the Law Society of England and Wales in London. Roberta speaks English, Spanish and Italian, and has a working knowledge of French.
Inger manages the Projects Team in ARTICLE 19 where she leads strategic planning and good project management across the organisation including grant management, compliance, monitoring, learning and reporting. Her team also promotes organisational accountability and transparency. Prior to joining ARTICLE 19 in 2009, Inger was a Program Strategist at George P. Johnson, an international experience marketing company based in London. She previously worked in Honduras for Movimiento por la Paz, el Desarme y la Libertad (M.P.D.L.), a Spanish development organisation, and has worked for different United Nations agencies and international non-governmental organisation in Thailand and the United Kingdom. Inger holds an LLB in Law and European Legal Systems from the University of East Anglia and an MSc in Violence, Conflict and Development from the School of Oriental and African Studies.
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