Job Title: Senior Research Fellow (in Residence) Center for Global Cooperation Research, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany (Sept. 2020-Aug 2021).
Description: Carolina Aguerre is co-director of the Center for Technology and Society (CETYS), professor and researcher at the University of San Andrés in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She holds a Ph.D. in Social Sciences from the University of Buenos Aires and an MA from Goldsmiths College, U. of London. She is the founder and academic director of DiGI – Diploma on Internet Governance – an intensive academic and policy-oriented program in the LAC region since 2017. Previously she was the director of the Latin America and the Caribbean Association ccTLD association, LACTLD, and was a member of the Multi-Shareholder Advisory Group of the Internet Governance Forum (2012-2014). Her research has been published in international journals and publications on topics related with Internet governance, data governance and the digital society. She is a member of the Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GIGANET) and was part of its steering committee from 2016-2019. She is currently part of the Global Partnership on AI (GPAI), a member of the UNESCO AI Ethics Recommendations Ad Hoc Expert Working Group, advisor of the fAIr LAC initiative of the Inter-American Development Bank and is part of the International Advisory Board of the Digital Trade and Data Governance Hub of The Elliot School of International Affairs, GWU
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