Adeline Hulin

Head of Unit, Media and Information Literacy and Digital Competencies, UNESCO (France)

Hulin is a speaker at the 25th ISOJ, happening from April 12 – 13, 2024, both online and in person at the University of Texas at Austin.

Adeline HulinAdeline Hulin is head of unit for Media and Information Literacy and Digital Competencies at UNESCO Headquarters. She previously worked as the global coordinator for the UNESCO Project Social Media 4 Peace that aims at curbing online harmful content on social media while promoting freedom of expression in conflict prone environment. She was based in the UNESCO Liaison Office in Brussels where she was also in charge of the partnership with EU Institutions in relation to Freedom of Expression and digital issues. She previously worked for the Office of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media in Vienna where she was among others responsible for programs promoting media self-regulation and ethical standards. Her educational background includes a PhD in Political Science from the University Paris II Panthéon Assas, a Master Degree in Journalism from the University Paris Dauphine and a BA in Political Science from the Bordeaux Institut d’Etudes Politiques. She authored a RSC Working Paper for the European University Institute, Statutory media self-regulation: beneficial or detrimental for media freedom and wrote the monograph Autorégulation des médias en Europe: impact, perspectives et limites.