A panel on the Child Online Protection and IT industry role and responsibilities

First, I am happy to share that several months ago, I’ve started a new role as an expert on Child Online Protection (COP) project for the United Nations agency responsible for information and communication technologies – the ITU (International Telecommunication Union).  I am serving as a  national coordinator who works on developing …

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An interview on Digital Fatigue and here is what we can do

Earlier this month, I was invited by Ehtesham Shahid, a journalist at the Khaleej Times. He asked me about digital fatigue, and I talked about how this prolonged situation of uncertainty and our blurred boundaries online and offline influence our emotional, cognitive, and physical selves, and could reading books save us?  

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Springer Nature Women Interview: The importance of digital inclusion

In honour of today’s International Day for Access to Information, Springer Nature Women spoke to me about the importance of digital inclusion, global socio-economic disruption and resilience, digital transformation, the current projects I am working on, and hopes for the future. 

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Call for Abstracts: Springer book on Digital Literacy and Meaningful Connectivity

Does your work involve digital literacy and/or digital inclusion? Please consider contributing to the forthcoming multidisciplinary book Digital Literacy – A Human-Centric Approach to Meaningful Connectivity edited by yours truly, and published by Springer. Please see the details in the post.

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Collaboration with PRIO on the NORM – a new project on the Digital Silk Road

I am happy and excited to announce that Basic Internet Foundation, and yours truly, is collaborating with PRIO (The Peace Research Institute Oslo) on the NORM project. NORM is the new project on the Digital Silk Road and has been funded by the Norwegian Research Council (Norges forskningsråd).

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