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Property Rights Media Barometer and Narrative Analysis
10 abril, 2018 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm UTC+1
Strong narratives and widespread media coverage are essential for elevating an issue onto the world stage. Global challenges that grab headlines and galvanize audiences are the ones that reach stakeholders, influence policymakers, and inspire change. Property rights is not a topic that has traditionally garnered high profile media coverage or policy interest. How can we change that?
Omidyar Network funded an analysis of over 150,000 social media posts and 65,000 articles using big data, natural language processing, and algorithms to understand the current property rights discussion. Based on this analysis, we are constructing a ‘property rights media barometer’ that will show, year over year, changes in the volume, quality, and diversity of the property rights conversation.
Our hope is that by better understanding the existing discussion, we’re able to help the topic to become more visible in the media. In turn, we aim to raise mainstream awareness, draw in more actors, and capture the attention of policymakers and funders.
When: April 10th, 2018
10:00 am – 11:15 am EST
Register for the webinar here, which will take you to Zoom, the site hosting our webinar.
Webinar registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ZyuSLLOER4eg2GdWFW4wkQ
UPDATED Agenda and Participants:
- J. Michael Graglia – Director, Future of Property Rights, New America
Michael Graglia is the director of the Future of Property Rights initiative at New America. Graglia comes from a career in international development and strategy that has seen him in finance at the Gates Foundation, program evaluation at BCG, developing a global tertiary education network at the World Bank Group, managing a national refugee program for the International Catholic Migration Commission in Zimbabwe, and teaching math in Peace Corps Namibia where he founded a scholarship program to fund women’s education.
Graglia has an MBA from Columbia University where he was a Bronfman Fellow, an MA in Southeast Asian studies from Johns Hopkins SAIS where his studies were supported by the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans. Graglia studied mathematics and computer science at Gonzaga University, S.J.
Narrative Analytics Presentation
- Emily Keane – Director, Customer Solutions, Protagonist
Emily Keane is a Director of Customer Solutions at Protagonist, where she leads teams to deliver narrative analytics and strategic insights to customers across industries. She has led engagements with the Omidyar Network to help the foundation understand the global discussion around Property Rights as well as Financial Inclusion. She previously worked with U.S. Department of Homeland Security to develop tools and methodologies to quantify the impact of policy initiatives and enable evidence-based decisions around civil detention reform. She has also worked in logistics asset management at the United Nations World Food Programme in Uganda and served as a public health educator as a Peace Corps volunteer in rural Madagascar.
Discussion and Q&A
- Yuliya Panfil – Property Rights Investments, Omidyar Network
As an investments associate at Omidyar Network, Yuliya sources and manages investments for the Property Rights initiative. Prior to joining the firm, Yuliya was a land governance and legal advisor at USAID, where she oversaw USAID’s responsible land-based investment practice and led USAID’s private sector and donor engagement on land and property rights issues. She previously worked as a corporate lawyer at White & Case, LLP, and as a journalist for the Miami Herald and theSouth Florida Business Journal.
- Caitlin Myers – Vice President, FleishmanHillard
Caitlin Myers is a vice president at global public relations firm FleishmanHillard, where she focuses on corporate reputation and social impact communications. She leads the firm’s work with Omidyar Network, providing communications counsel across Omidyar Network’s five investment portfolios, including Property Rights.
- Maitri Morarji, Senior Program Officer, Wellspring Philanthropic Fund
Maitri Morarji is a Senior Program Officer in the Women’s Rights program at Wellspring Philanthropic Fund. She coordinates the Land and Property Rights Initiative and oversees grants for international women’s movements. Prior to joining Wellspring in 2008, Maitri was Program Officer for East Africa at American Jewish World Service. Morarji has also conducted research in the UN’s Department of Peacekeeping Operations on peacekeeping and conflict resolution for the first Annual Review of Global Peace Operations, published by the Center on International Cooperation. She was also the Development Officer for Foundation Relations at the Global Fund for Women, and a Policy Associate at Grameen Foundation USA. She currently serves on the Steering Committees of Human Rights Funders Network and the Research Consortium on Women’s Land Rights. A native of India and Sweden, Maitri received a bachelor’s in history from the University of California Berkeley and a Master’s degree in International Affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.
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