85th General Assembly

Welcome to the delegates of the 85th General Assembly. In order to have the best online experience and have access to the interpretation, we recommend that you download and install the latest version of Zoom (5.4.3). Note that if you join the meeting via a web browser, you will not be able to access the interpretation features.

While the general assembly is invitation only, everyone is welcome to join our special session at 14:00 with Dr Seth Berkley, CEO of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance.


10:30 to 13:00 - Governance Matters

This is a closed session for eligible and pre-registered participants, who will receive an email with a unique and non-transferable access link on 3 Dec. 

14:00 to 14:45 - Special Session 1 (Open to members of the public)
How to ensure a global and fair distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine and build public trust?

Join us for a special session with Dr Seth Berkley, CEO of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, and one of the world's leading experts in vaccine development. The session will be moderated by Tony Hall, EBU President, and will include a Q&A session for Members to actively participate in the conversation. 

To access this session, please fill in the Zoom registration form.

15:00 to 16:00 - Special Session 2
Accelerating transformation in times of uncertainty - What opportunities lie ahead for public service media?

Join some of public service media's most transformational leaders in an interactive session with Lucy Kueng from the Reuters Institute and Kirstine Stewart from the World Economic Forum. This high-level session is open to EBU Member DGs and senior media executives across our membership. 

The link to access this session was sent by email to invitees. If you have any questions, please contact bronson@ebu.ch.



Register by: 02 Dec 2020


Invitation Only

Working Languages: Online interpretation (English, French, Russian)

Contact detail

Olgica Rijavec
Manager of Strategic Events

+41 22 717 20 65
Sharon Gill
Executive Assistant to the Director General

+41 22 717 2005