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Agita Pasaribu's picture
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Agita Pasaribu is the Founder of Bully.id; a future AI app that combines psychology & law principles to proactively identify cyberbullying with an AI-analysis. Known as a child online protection enthusiast and cyberbullying policy analyst, Agita has been advocating for progressive youth-related policies at various diplomatic and international forums to promote the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Prior to founding Bully.id, Agita has contributed to youth empowerment initiatives both national and internationally for over a decade. She has co-founded Tweet Kuliah, Instilling Learning for Malaysian Unity, led Safer Internet Day 2020 celebrations in 11 countries and Youth IGF Movement (UN IGF recognised global youth initiative) in over 35 countries.
Yazmin Morlet Corti's picture
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Data enthusiast, quantitative data analytics specialist. Currently a PhD candidate in Politics (focusing on privacy) at University of Edinburgh. Holds a Masters in Political Science with a speciality in electoral politics from the Central European University in Budapest. Graduated the BA from Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico with Honours in Communication Sciences.
Daniel Edmiston's picture
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Lecturer in Sociology and Social Policy
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Allen Muyaama Mukhwana is the Research Systems Manager at The African Academy of Sciences (www.aasciences.ac.ke). She is responsible for the Research Management Programme (ReMPRO Africa) which seeks to build the expertise necessary to create and sustain robust research enterprise and environments by addressing systemic level challenges at institutions in African. She was previously Centre Manager for the Makerere University/Uganda Virus Research Institute Centre of Excellence for Infection & Immunity Research and Training (MUII-plus) http://www.muii.org.ug . She was responsible for setting up management systems for the centre and service the partnerships and collaborations. Prior, Allen was the Senior Research Administrator and Head of Capacity Building the Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI), College of Health Sciences, Makerere University (https://www.idi-makerere.com). Whilst at IDI she established the research systems and support functions and developed the governance framework. Her work has spanned academia, industry and the NGO sector and has vast experience engaging with local and international partners.
Adeyemi Omotoso's picture
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Digital financial service and financial technology enthusiast focused on startups, emerging technologies, regulatory and policy guidance and policy advocacy for FinTech, digital financial services, green finance and women's financial inclusion
Shreya Arora's picture
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UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab fellow
Mutsuhisa Ban's picture
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Mutsuhisa is working in both practice and the philosophy of public policy and governance. He is conducting a series of research on "social software" ―computational/mathematical/behavioural studies of institutions for the design, as well as the installation, maintenance, and update―particularly in the areas of public, social and humanitarian affairs.
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Raymond Onuoha is a Research Fellow at the Lagos Business School, Nigeria, where his research focuses on the institutional and policy challenges in the evolution of the digital economy and technology innovation in developing countries, with a special focus on sub-Sahara Africa. He led the certification strategy team of the Jobberman Alpha Digital Project in 2016, and also was a lead participant of the Africa Digital course, in collaboration with the Centre for Global Enterprises (CGE), New York, USA. He has worked on policy research collaborations between the Lagos Business School and the Research ICT Africa (RIA) on projects that entailed rigorous engagements with policy makers and the multi-stakeholdership within the ICT ecosystem in sub-Saharan Africa, proffering stakeholder-agreeable outcomes. He is currently engaging policymakers and stakeholders in the digital ecosystem in understanding the gaps in the creative and agricultural sectors of Nigeria on how the internet can enable job creation and access to finance. Asides several policy and industry project reports, Raymond co-authored the paper – Platforms in Sub-Saharan Africa: Startup Models and the role of Business Incubation, which was published by the Journal of Intellectual Capital in 2018. Raymond is a doctoral student at the Nelson Mandela School of Governance, University of Cape Town, South Africa where his thesis interrogates platform competition policy in the multi-sided telecommunications market, and its investment and innovation imperatives for social welfare in developing economies. He had previous academic backgrounds in Physics, Economics and Statistics from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, and the University of Benin respectively, both in Nigeria.
Nathalie Lindenhall's picture
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Communications Consultant with four years’ experience doing public affairs and corporate communication for global brands across different sectors and regions. This includes leading and supporting on communications planning, content strategy and corporate positioning.
Matthew Kelson's picture
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I am a research fellow at UNESCO working at the Inclusive Policy Lab. I hold a BA in Political Science from McGill University and an MSc in Comparative Social Policy from the University of Oxford. My research utilizes both quantitative and qualitative methods to identify causal conditions and outcomes for the political, economic, and social inclusion of persons with disabilities.

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