Our work aims to support just and inclusive digital futures. We prioritise attention to human rights and inclusion in the design, use, regulation and study of digital technologies. This means looking globally at how digitalisation plays out in different contexts and among marginalised groups. This also means working collaboratively, bringing together diverse stakeholders – activists, policymakers and private actors – to better understand one another’s perspectives, and collectively devise just, inclusive and forward-looking solutions to the challenges facing our increasingly digital societies.
Trust and dis/misinformation in the digital public sphere
Censorship, surveillance and freedom of expression
Digital rights, justice and equality
Youth-led (digital) innovation and resilience during Covid-19: experiences from the African continent
Digitalisation in conflict-affected and fragile contexts
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Senior Research Fellow
Digital Societies, Politics and Governance
Latest workCivic space: shrinking or shifting?
Politics and Governance
Latest workCrime and communities: Life under criminal group control
Senior Research Officer
Humanitarian Policy Group
Latest workIn Ukraine and elsewhere, the humanitarian system won’t change without reshaping narratives