PhD candidate in Ethics and Technology
Ms Jana Mišić is a Marie-Curie PhD candidate in Ethics and Technology. Her research focuses on the governance and policy impact of digital technology on societal and ethical norms and values. She is based at the Rathenau Institute in The Hague and at the Twente University (The Netherlands).
Jana holds an MA with honours in Global Studies from the University of Leipzig (Germany) with a focus on global governance, philosophy of technology, and digital society.
She is an alumna of the ICANN NextGen programme, the European Summer School on Internet Governance and YouthDIG. After an internship with the Executive Committee of the South Eastern European Dialogue on Internet Governance (SEEDIG) Jana remained involved in the region. She was a volunteer member of the organising teams of YouthDIG and EuroDIG 2019.