The Internet Democracy Project works towards realising feminist visions of the digital in society, by exploring and addressing power imbalances in the areas of norms, governance and infrastructure, through in-depth research, advocacy and debate.
Among our current priorities is the development of a feminist approach to data. In particular, we are conducting groundbreaking work that explores how our conceptualisation of our bodies is fundamentally changing as the line between our physical bodies and our virtual bodies is becoming increasingly irrelevant. We now have three openings on our team to explore the policy implications of these paradigmatic shifts in how we see our bodies (and thus data) for data governance: we are looking for a Policy and Advocacy Lead, a Senior Researcher, and a Researcher.
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