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Beverly Tan's picture
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Policy researcher at Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) in Singapore.
David McNair's picture
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Executive Director at The ONE Campaign, Visiting Scholar at Carnegie Endowment, Council Member, European Council on Foreign Relations
David Homa's picture
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Head of Learning and Research Accelerator at Harvard University, and affiliate of the Harvard Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society. Strategy, Research, and Operations Executive for Digital Transformation, Technology with Digital, Data, and Design Institute at Harvard. Former Director of the Digital Initiative at Harvard Business School. I research Digital Technology Literacy to understand how to educate everyone for work and citizenship in a digital world.
Alireza Salehi-Nejad's picture
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Iranian multidisciplinary researcher at the Faculty of World Studies, University of Tehran. Researcher at the Cyberspace Research Policy Center.
Hefziba Lifshitz's picture
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I am head of MA Program in Intellectual Disability (ID) at the Faculty of Education, Bar-Ilan University, Israel. I head the Baker Research and Promotion Center of Toddlers and Children with Developemental Disabiltiies where toddllers and children with ID attend the university to learn reading and math skills. I am also head of the Lois Alberto Machado Research Chair on Cognitive Modifiability and Human Development. Within the chair, I intiated the Empwerment – Ozmot Project: Three stages of inclusion in the academic world of students with ID. In Stage 1 - Separate Model: Students with ID attend the university and receive academic enrichment. In Stage 2 they are included in a research seminar with typical peers. In Stage 3, six highly capable students with ID (with and without Down syndrome) are fully integrated in undergraduate courses. They have to date completed 40 out of 64 academic credits required for the BA degree. Based on their success, the Bar-Ilan University directors decided to register these six students as full-fledged students. They will receive a BA degree in Social Sciences.
Allyson Parco's picture
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Allyson Parco is an applied social science and policy researcher with expertise in economic mobility, governance, and sustainable development from roles in and for government, academia, and the NGO sector in the United States. Most recent analytical work includes whitepapers, reports, and specialized analyses on education technology, workforce development and labor markets, and equitable digital infrastructure.
Mariel García-Montes's picture
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Mariel García-Montes is a technology capacity builder and researcher from Mexico. She is a doctoral student at the History, Anthropology, and Science, Technology, and Society program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her main topics of interest are privacy and information security, technological openness movements, social exclusions in technology, and participatory processes. Mariel has worked in communications, instructional design, and research around open data, privacy and security, strategic communications and other digital literacies for organizations in Mexico, the United States, and around the world.
Erekle Shubitidze's picture
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I am researcher at Energy and Environmental department of ISET Policy Institute. I am working on blogs, reports, regulatory impact assessment on energy, environmental, climate change topics, as well as on gender equality issues.
Xiao Ding's picture
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Researcher in school social work and brief intervention
Marvelous Maeze's picture
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MA Candidate at Columbia University, Marvelous is a human rights defender that specializes in international human rights law and international humanitarian law. Her areas of concentration are in transitional justice and women’s rights. She also has experience with international environmental policy and a deep passion for promoting global sustainability efforts.

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