Dialogue about technology governance is vital.

Some of the open events at which I spoke or moderated during my time as a researcher and consultant:

European External Action Service Conference, Beyond Disinformation:
EU Responses to the Threat of Foreign Information Manipulation
, 7 February 2023

Presentation to European Parliament’s Special Committee on Foreign interference in all democratic processes in the European Union, including disinformation (INGE 2), 11 January 2023

International Forum on Diplomatic Training, Tech-tonic Displacement: How is Technology Reshaping the World, New Delhi, 16 November 2022

International seminars on foreign interference, October – November 2022

Chatham House, What is the Future of the International Human Rights System? 10 October 2022

Chatham House, Developing AI Responsibly (moderator) 28 September 2022

Chatham House, Twitter Space: Reclaiming Human Rights in a Changing World Order 7 September 2022

Center for Data Innovation, Panel Discussion: What Will be the Impact of the UK’s Online Safety Bill on Encryption and Anonymity Online? 29 June 2022

European External Action Service Expert Roundtables on Foreign Information Manipulation and Interference 2021 – 2022

Daniel K Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies: Expert Working Groups on Disinformation 2021 – 2022

Splinternet by Stealth, RightsCon, 8 June 2021

Bonavero Institute for Human Rights, University of Oxford: Cross-disciplinary workshop on Mental Autonomy and Technology 10 May 2021

Chatham House, Members’ Event on Freedom of Thought and Opinion in the Digital Age with Professor David Kaye, Tim Kendall, Professor Anna Lembke and James Williams 3 December 2020

Universal Rights Group Geneva with the Permanent Missions of Fiji and the Seychelles: Policy dialogue for diplomatic missions in Geneva, on Making digital technology work for civil and political rights, democracy and elections 3 November 2020

Blavatnik School of Government: Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict and Microsoft: Virtual workshop on The Oxford Process on International Law Protections in Cyberspace: Protecting Elections from Foreign Cyber Interference (27 October 2020)

Embassy of the Republic of Poland in London and the Diplomatic Press Attachés’ Association of London: Online debate on Digital Diplomacy in an age of disinformation: How can governments win the fight against fake news? 13 October 2020

Carter Center and Universal Rights Group: Online panel discussion on Risks to Human Rights and Credible Elections during an Online ‘Infodemic’ 7 October 2020

European External Action Service Expert Round Tables on Disinformation and Online Threat Assessment 2020

Chatham House Virtual Roundtable on Exploring Policy Issues in the UK’s Proposals to Tackle Online Harm (moderator) 8 June 2020

Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, University of Oxford: Webinar on Digital Rights – The Right to Freedom of Thought (Respondent) 12 May 2020