Dr Axelrod acknowledged that this award reflects the work of the whole WHO European Region as well as the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.She thanked the team of the NCD Office for their support in this.Joy served on the Committee for Intellectual Property at the College Art Association and has written extensively about art, copyright, and fair use for publications that include Harper’s, M/E/A/N/I/N/G, Journal of Visual Culture, Artnet, and Art21 Magazine.
Most recently, she managed marketing, communications and business development at a major international law firm.
Nora holds a BS in English and marketing from Boston College and an MPhil in popular literature from Trinity College Dublin.
This is a momentous occasion, as Harbour Space has put together the first Western Europe programming bootcamp of its kind.
The goal of our university is to bridge the international gap, and with this event, we’ve successfully brought college students from all over the world to our doorstep for a chance to learn from the best programmers on the planet!
In 1982, he joined Media Coalition, a trade association that defends the First Amendment rights of booksellers, publishers, librarians and others who produce and distribute First Amendment-protected material.
In 1998, he became president of the American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression. Finan is the author of From the Palmer Raids to the Patriot Act: A History of the Fight for Free Speech in America (Beacon Press) and editor of National Security and Free Speech: The Debate Since 9/11 (International Debate Education Association).
While at Northwestern, she was a consultant for the Tanzania Evidence Law Reform Project, where she co-authored model legislation for enhanced government transparency and accountability.
She was also a legal consultant for UN OCHA in Sudan, were she served on the Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism Task Force on Grave Violations Against Children.
She curated the 2007 exhibition “Filth, Treason, Blasphemy?
: Museums and Censorship,” at the Mc Cormick Tribune Freedom Museum in Chicago, IL and conceived “Exposing the Censor Within,” a traveling interactive public art installation, which opened in California in March of 2007. She currently teaches part-time at New York University.
Dr Svetlana Axelrod, Coordinator of Integrated Country Support Programmes at the WHO European Office for the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases (NCD Office) in Moscow, Russian Federation, received an award for achievements in international health policy from Mr Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation.