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There will be two juries: an ‘experts jury’ and a ‘users jury’. The opinions of both juries will be consolidated to designate the award winners, the expert jury’s vote weighing in for 2/3 and the ‘users’ jury for 1/3.
Janice Richardson is Senior Adviser at European Schoolnet, a consortium of 30 national Ministries of Education, as well as Coordinator of the Insafe safer Internet awareness raising network. Insafe was set up by the European Commission in 2004 to promote responsible and effective use of online technology by children and young people. Janice has previously worked as teacher, university lecturer, educational researcher and consultant in Australia, France, Luxembourg and Belgium.
Annie Mullins is the Global Content Standards Manager for Vodafone Group Marketing – responsible for developing Content Standards policies for the provision of new content services on Vodafone. This includes research on products and what constitutes best practice, the lessons from other industries such as the Internet and, liaising and managing relationships with external stakeholders.
John is Secretary of the Children’s Charities’ Coalition on Internet Safety, comprising all of the UK’s major professional child protection and child welfare organizations.
He was previously the Head of the Children and Technology Unit at NCH. The focus of much of John’s work is on the “digital divide”, seeking to ensure all children and young people can benefit from the wonderful opportunities presented by the new technologies.
Francis is Secretary General of Missing Children Europe since February 2008. Francis started his career as a “référendaire” at the Court of Justice of the European Communities (ECJ) from 1972-1978. He practised law from 1978-2008 at the Brussels Bar. As the Partner in charge of Pro Bono activities at Allen & Overy in Belgium, he was involved in supervising the legal assistance provided by Allen & Overy to Missing Children Europe. Francis is one of the co-founders in 1994 of the Belgian Association of Parents of Young Road Victims (OVK-PEVR).
Sabine Frank is a lawyer and from 2001 to 2012 she was the managing director of “Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle Multimedia-Diensteanbieter e.V.” (“Voluntary self-control multimedia service providers“/ FSM). The FSM is mainly dedicated to the protection of minors in online media by creating Codes of Conducts with providers as well as supplying a complaint office to which all citizens can turn to and supporting media competence projects. She joined Google’s Berlin team in 2012 as Media Literacy Policy Counsel.
Stephane Crozatier, a software engineer at Facebook, is based in Paris. His team is tasked with helping strategic regional partners build social products leveraging the Facebook platform through the open graph. Before Facebook, Stephane worked for Microsoft helping software companies build scalable solutions on the Windows Azure cloud computing platform.
Nicolas de Cordes is Vice President of Marketing Vision for the Orange-France Telecom Group, in charge of identifying and experimenting with new business opportunities in the consumer market. Nicolas joined the group 7 years ago in London where he headed the mobile strategy practice before moving to Paris to lead the Group Strategy. Prior to that Nicolas was head of consumer marketing with Mobistar, the belgian mobile subsidiary of Orange.
The ‘users’ jury will be composed of children and a teacher.