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I am a Belgrade-based consultant, researcher, and editor working within the Internet governance and media development ecosystems, specifically focusing on access, capacity building, digital rights, infrastructure, and sustainability.
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Michael J. Oghia is a Belgrade-based consultant, editor, and researcher working within the digital policy, Internet governance, and media development ecosystems, specifically focusing on access, capacity building, digital rights, infrastructure, and sustainability. He is currently the advocacy and engagement manager for the Global Forum for Media Development ([https://gfmd.info GFMD]), and is a member of the Steering Committee of the Internet Rights and Principles Coalition ([http://internetrightsandprinciples.org/site/ IRPC]).
  
I am currently the co-focal point for [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/WS_08_2019] and [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/PL_07_2019] for EuroDIG 2019. I previously served as the focal point and moderator for [http://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/WS_11_2017 WS 11] during EuroDIG 2017, and as the focal point for [http://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/WS_1:_Content_is_the_king_revisited WS 1] at EuroDIG 2016.
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I am currently on the organising teams for [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/PRE_09_2020 Pre-event 9], [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/WS_12_2020 WS 12], [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/PL_03_2020 Plenary 3], and [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/PL_04_2020 Plenary 4]
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I previously served as:
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*EuroDIG 2019: Co-focal point for [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/WS_08_2019 WS 8] and [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/PL_07_2019 Plenary 7], as well as an organising team member of [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/WS_12_2019 WS 12]
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*EuroDIG 2018: Organising team member of [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/EDU_03_2018 EDU 3] and organiser of [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/Flash_10_2018 Flash 10: Right to be Forgotten]
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*EuroDIG 2017: Focal point and moderator for [http://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/WS_11_2017 WS 11]
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*EuroDIG 2016: Focal point for [http://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/WS_1:_Content_is_the_king_revisited WS 1]
  
 
Additionally, I served as a member of the [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/YOUthDIG_2018 2018 YOUthDIG] programme committee, acted as the youth focal point for cybersecurity during his fellowship to [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/YOUthDIG_2017 2017 YOUthDIG], and participated in the 2016 [https://www.eurodig.org/index.php?id=623 New Media Summer School] as a fellow.
 
Additionally, I served as a member of the [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/YOUthDIG_2018 2018 YOUthDIG] programme committee, acted as the youth focal point for cybersecurity during his fellowship to [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/YOUthDIG_2017 2017 YOUthDIG], and participated in the 2016 [https://www.eurodig.org/index.php?id=623 New Media Summer School] as a fellow.
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== Bio ==
 
== Bio ==
  
Michael is a third culture kid (TCK) with professional experience in conflict resolution, journalism & media, civil society, and academia across five countries: the United States, Lebanon, India, Turkey, and Serbia. He has lectured on Internet governance at the Media and Digital Literacy Academy of Beirut (MDLAB), and frequently writes about development, digital rights, and the relationship between the Internet, the environment, and sustainability. Michael holds a Master of Arts in sociology from the American University of Beirut, and a Bachelors of Science in sociology from the University of Louisville. He also loathes referring to himself in third person.
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Michael is a third culture kid (TCK) and a connector at heart with professional experience in conflict resolution, journalism & media, policy, and development across five countries: the United States, Lebanon, India, Turkey, and Serbia. Michael has lectured on Internet governance at the Media and Digital Literacy Academy of Beirut (MDLAB), and frequently writes about development, digital rights, and the relationship between the Internet, the environment, and sustainability. He holds a Master of Arts in sociology from the American University of Beirut, and a Bachelor of Science in sociology from the University of Louisville. Michael also loathes referring to himself in third person.  
  
 
[https://twitter.com/mikeoghia Twitter]: @mikeoghia
 
[https://twitter.com/mikeoghia Twitter]: @mikeoghia
  
 
[https://linkedin.com/in/mikeoghia LinkedIn]: /in/mikeoghia
 
[https://linkedin.com/in/mikeoghia LinkedIn]: /in/mikeoghia

Revision as of 13:36, 11 February 2020

Michael J. Oghia is a Belgrade-based consultant, editor, and researcher working within the digital policy, Internet governance, and media development ecosystems, specifically focusing on access, capacity building, digital rights, infrastructure, and sustainability. He is currently the advocacy and engagement manager for the Global Forum for Media Development (GFMD), and is a member of the Steering Committee of the Internet Rights and Principles Coalition (IRPC).

I am currently on the organising teams for Pre-event 9, WS 12, Plenary 3, and Plenary 4

I previously served as:

Additionally, I served as a member of the 2018 YOUthDIG programme committee, acted as the youth focal point for cybersecurity during his fellowship to 2017 YOUthDIG, and participated in the 2016 New Media Summer School as a fellow.

Bio

Michael is a third culture kid (TCK) and a connector at heart with professional experience in conflict resolution, journalism & media, policy, and development across five countries: the United States, Lebanon, India, Turkey, and Serbia. Michael has lectured on Internet governance at the Media and Digital Literacy Academy of Beirut (MDLAB), and frequently writes about development, digital rights, and the relationship between the Internet, the environment, and sustainability. He holds a Master of Arts in sociology from the American University of Beirut, and a Bachelor of Science in sociology from the University of Louisville. Michael also loathes referring to himself in third person.

Twitter: @mikeoghia

LinkedIn: /in/mikeoghia