Transforming Tunisia: Transitional Justice and Internet Governance in a Post-Revolutionary Society

I'm pleased to (somewhat belatedly) write that a new branch of research with Dr. Christalla Yakinthou has seen its first publication, exploring what Internet governance in Tunisia might tell us about transitional justice: In this article we argue that examining efforts at Internet reform in Tunisia holds important lessons for transitional justice (TJ) theory and … Continue reading Transforming Tunisia: Transitional Justice and Internet Governance in a Post-Revolutionary Society

“Take it as a compliment!”: harassment, sexism, and research

I’ve recently completed a couple of research projects in Tunisia, which was, on the whole a very good experience. Tunisians are currently in the process of trying to change the direction of their country, which is of course a huge task, and I really appreciate the time and energy that people gave to help us … Continue reading “Take it as a compliment!”: harassment, sexism, and research

#activism2action opening: perspectives on Internet governance

Yesterday's opening presentation and discussions focused on Internet governance: new challenges, different perspectives, and the lack of public awareness. This will, sadly, only be a very truncated version of the evening's discussions, as I had to cut down the many pages of notes into a more readable form. John Kampfner's keynote gave a broad overview … Continue reading #activism2action opening: perspectives on Internet governance