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Established in 2005, the International Institute of Communications (Australian Chapter) has been instrumental in providing a neutral platform for discussion and debate surrounding key technology, media and telecommunications policy developments on a local and international scale.

The Chapter holds regular events featuring guest speakers from the ranks of Australia’s senior thought leaders, politicians and policy makers. Discussion is enhanced by tapping into the breadth of the IIC’s international network of industry experts with events regularly featuring global perspectives and insights.

Further details can be found https://iicom.org.au/

Recent appointments to the Committee for the Australian Chapter:

Executive: Angela Flannery (President), Michael Coonan (Vice-President), Debra Richards (Treasurer) and Jo Ryan (Secretary).

Committee: Natasha Eves, James Konidaris, Victoria Rubensohn, AM, Jason Ives, Tim Webb, Rebecca Dunn, Sarah Waladan and Jane Mulligan

Upcoming Events from Australia

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5th March 2024
Sydney, Australia IIC Australia Chapter meeting – Online harms and the evolving role of the eSafety Commissioner – in person

Past Events from Australia

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23rd November 2023
Sydney, Australia IIC Australian Chapter meeting – The Year in Review: Regulatory Changes in the Media and Communications Sectors Over 2023 in person
12th October 2023
Sydney, Australia IIC Australian Chapter Event – Artificial Intelligence and Creativity: The Role of Copyright – in person
6th June 2023
Sydney, Australia IIC Australian Chapter Event – Modernising Australia’s Content Regulation – in person
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