The Global Institute for Freedom and Awareness promotes exploration of the evolving framework of attitudes, values, and shared vocabulary used to shape collective responses to the changing human condition.
Our working groups examine research on core elements of open, sustainable societies from scholars in all academic fields.
We invite opportunities for cooperation with other institutes, universities, and INGOS as defined in The European Convention on the Recognition of the Legal Personality of International Non-Governmental Organisations; adopted by member states of the Council of Europe, meeting at Strasbourg on 24 April 1986.
Privacy and Defamation Working Group 2015-16
Robin D. Barnes, Outrageous Reasoning: Von Hannover Deux et Trois
Thom Bennett, The Instrumental Value of Children's Privacy
Patricia Sanchez-Abril, Public Disclosure Private Facts in a Celebrity-Soaked World