Consultant & Researcher at the Intersection of Technology and Human Rights
I provide consultancy & research services on the different aspects technology impacts and interferes with fundamental rights and freedoms.
I have more than eight years of experience in the digital rights field. I have a proven track record of completing research projects, conducting consultancies, drafting in-depth articles and research papers, and writing successful proposals on the topic.
Research and Analysis
In-depth research, reports, papers and legal analysis on technology’s intersection with fundamental rights and freedoms.
Research to support the design & development of human rights-centered ICT products and services.
Expert guidance and advice for the nonprofit and private sectors on the protection of human rights in the digital space.
Writing and Editing
Workshops and Training Materials
A selection of projects I completed or contributed to:
Internet Shutdowns and Elections Handbook
The handbook explains how internet shutdowns undermine democratic elections and provides tips and recommendations for key actors.
Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems (HURIDOCS)
Understand the challenges and needs of human rights groups working to document violations in low connectivity environments.
MENA research for Mozilla’s Data Futures Lab
Research mapping data stewardship initiatives in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Areas of Expertise
My educational background and work experience equipped me with expertise in a number of areas at the intersection of technology and human rights, including the human rights implications of network shutdowns and platforms’ content moderation policies and practices. Find out more about my areas of of expertise: