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Policy Specialist

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  • Policy Specialist, Freedom of Expression and ICTApril 2014 -
    Sida, Sweden
    Policy Specialist working with Freedom of Expression and ICT, working primarily with strengthening Sidas’ efforts in the intersection between technology and human rights.
  • PhDc, Sociology of LawAug 2010 -
    Lund University, Sweden
    Doctoral candidate at the Department of Sociology of Law. Also part of the Cybernorms Research Group.
  • Head of External Relations, LUiiApril 2012 -
    Lund University Internet Institute, Sweden
    Part of the executive group at the LUii, an interdiciplinary research institute for Internet related studies at Lund University.
  • Program Director, SIDCJan 2012 -
    Lund University Internet Institute, Sweden
    Program Director and Co-founder of the academic programme Social Innovation in a Digital Context, educating change makers and human rights defenders in project management, human rights and digital security.
  • Internet Policy Manager, CFC SolutionsOct 2010 -
    Finja Five AB, Sweden
    Head of Internet policy matters related to the Child Friendly Computing solution developed by Finja Five AB.
  • Cources on an advanced levelJan 2010 - June 2010
    Lund University, Sweden
    Cources on an advanced level in Sociology of Law. Advanced theory, thesis.
  • Bachelors degreeAug 2007 - Jan 2010
    Linköping University, Sweden
    Major in Sociology; courses in Behavioral Sciences, Sociology, Interpersonal Communications, Sociology of Law (Lund University), Net Cultures (Uppsala University) and Openness on the Internet (Umeå University).
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  • Mentor and lecturer, Diplohack TallinnDecember 2013
    Mentor and inspirational speaker during the Diplohack event in Tallin – hosted by the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Embassies of the Netherlands and Sweden in Estonia – focused on developing useful tools for digital diplomats.
  • Organizer, Stockholm Developers SummitMay 2013
    Organizer of the Stockholm Developers Summit, arranged as a two-day pre-conference of Stockholm Internet Forum 2013. About 30 participants from the technical community joined the summit.
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  • Top 100 'Newcomers of the year 2013'December 2013
    Appointed as one of 100 young (below the age of 40) Swedes that ‘inspire, engage and make Sweden better’ by the Swedish career site Shortcut.
  • No 43 most creative digital role modelFebruary 2012
    Appointed as the 43rd of 100 ‘most creative role models of the digital Sweden’ by the Swedish Internet magazine Internetworld.