Blog: What came out of Reimagine Open?

Last year, the many concerning headlines about the state of the internet prompted us into action. “It seems like we’re at a crossroads where we should take a step back to critically revisit what we envision for the future of our digital lives — and how we can bring about the change that we want to see in a connected world,” Michelle Thorne and I wrote.

We launched an open consultation process called Reimagine Open to refine our vision for the future of the web and our understanding of openness. Could the internet’s historic open architecture help us address today’s challenges in a constructive manner?

Over 100 people from 25 countries joined in-person focus groups and nearly 20,000 people from more than 160 countries shared their thoughts in a broad-based online survey.

Read full post on Internet Citizen.

Fellowship: Asian Forum on Global Governance

In January this year, I was provided with the opportunity to travel to India as a Raisina Young Fellow to become part of a wonderful cohort of individuals during the Asian Forum on Global Governance.

I captured some highlights on Instagram, noting:

The #AFGG2020 fellowship was such an incredible experience. 48 people, 28 countries. Too many pictures, too many moments, and all the laughs and fun to choose from.
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We danced. We explored. We debated. We acted. We competed. We listened. We graduated. And obviously: So. Much. More.
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With huge thanks to the Observer Research Foundation and ZEIT-Stiftung for providing us with this opportunity. More to come, no doubt.
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