(Virtuelles) Panel: Bits & Bäume

Am 23. April durfte ich gemeinsam mit der Parlamentarischen Staatssekretärin im BMU Rita Schwarzelühr-Stutter und Prof. Dr. Stefan Naumann vom Umweltcampus Birkenfeld zum Thema Nachhaltigkeit mit Blick auf Hard- und Software diskutieren. Es war definitiv ein interessantes Format, mit vielen guten Frage und Ideen, die ich nicht nur in meiner neuen Rolle als Mozillas Nachhaltigkeitsbeauftragte... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

Panel: Internet Governance Forum, Berlin

During the 14th IGF in Berlin, I was invited to join a panel on "Unpacking Digital Trade". And while my knowledge on trade negotiations is pretty limited, it was certainly interesting, and both surprisingly valuable and surprisingly shocking, to learn how many of the established channels for multistakeholder engagement are yet again pushed aside to... Continue Reading →

Blog: How to end the global governance gridlock?

It’s generally accepted that democracy is in crisis worldwide, and that spaces for civic participation are shrinking. Meanwhile, the so-called “techlash” is polarising debates around how governments around the world should govern the internet and social media. For years, I’ve heard people talk about fostering dialogue between diverse stakeholder groups and the importance of soliciting... Continue Reading →

Panel: Landesvertretung Schleswig-Holstein

Am 19. September durfte ich gemeinsam mit Schleswig-Holsteins Digitalisierungsminister, Jan Philipp Albrecht, sowie John Weitzmann von Wikimedia und Dr. Thomas Koenen vom BDI unter Moderation von Eva Diederich (NDR) rund um die Themen Offene Daten, Open Source, Open Government und die Idee von Datensouveränität diskutieren. Während Schleswig-Holstein mit Blick auf die Öffnung der eigenen Verwaltungsdaten... Continue Reading →

Panel: Kigali Global Summit

On July 4th, I had the great pleasure to join a stellar panel with Kevin Allison, Abdul-Hakeem Ajijola, Faith Keza, Nanjira Sambuli, and Samir Saran on "Trust in Tech: A New Paradigm for Democracy, Government, and Governance Online". It was an engaging and insightful conversation -- although most of the deep dives into societal change,... Continue Reading →

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