‘Digital practices and global inequalities’ – DigiGov Virtual Winter School (University Wien
Digital practices determine how we are able to access resources and infrastructures. They co-shape and reflect existing dependencies and inequalities but they also amplify and perpetuate them. The interdisciplinary and international DigiGov Winter School 2023 will therefore explore:
How do digital practices shape global inequalities? How are global inequalities shaped by digital practices?
Together with our members and affiliates as well as external experts from various disciplines and fields of practice, we will:
Dive into topics such as digital activism driven by social change across the globe, data governance, and how to assess and operationalize public value.
Address inequities with a focus on ‘extractive practices’ and the in/visibilities of dependencies and exploitation using the socio-technical spheres around AI as exploratory space.
Discuss the enforcement of digital fundamental rights in Europe and beyond and through the lens of experienced NGO professionals.
Tima Otu Anwana LL.M (University of Vienna), Prof Joe Cannataci (UN Special Rapporteur, University of Malta), Seliem El-Sayed MA (University of Vienna), Prof Vladan Joler (University of Novi Sad), Dr Katja Mayer (University of Vienna), Dr Ing Milagros Miceli (Weizenbaum Institute), Dr Samuel Iheanyi Nwankwo (Leibniz University Hannover), Prof Barbara Prainsack (University of Vienna), Noopur Raval PhD (UC Santa Cruz), Prof Linnet Taylor (Tilburg University), and Dr Christof Tschohl (Research Institute).
Early-stage researchers (PhD students and post-docs) who are eager to engage in discussions and exchange, open to colleagues from all disciplines with an interest in the topic.
Participation is free, but places are limited.