|Organization:||University of Bologna & Uni of Luxembourg|
Desara Dushi is a Ph.D. Candidate/Research Fellow at the Erasmus Mundus Joint International Doctoral (Ph.D.) Degree in Law, Science and Technology with full fellowship from the European Commission. She has completed her third and last year of doctoral studies at the University of Luxembourg.
Having a legal background, with a master degree in criminal law and another one in human rights, her research is focused on the online sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of children, particularly on the phenomenon of live-streaming of child sexual abuse, the challenges of law makers and law enforcement, the international legal response to this issue, and national approached in various EU member states. Her research interests comprise cybercrime, cybersecurity, privacy, criminal justice, human rights and international law. She is very interested in the intersection of law and technology and the use of technology for investigative purposes.
Desara is co-organizer of the first Albanian Youth IGF which will take place in April 2019. She is involved at EuroDIG and SEEDIG and is an editor of the monthly SEE summary. She is a member of the Balkan Network for Women in Security. She has initiated the creation of the ISOC Albania Chapter.
- ICANN58 Meeting as a NextGen
- ICANN61 Fellow
- ICANN63 as NextGen Ambassador
- Member of the Selection Committee for the ICANN@NextGen Program for the 2019/2020 rounds.
Desara Dushi has obtained a Msc degree in Criminal Law in 2013 and a MA in Human Rights and Democracy in 2014.