Courtney Radsch

fellow Institute for Technology, Law and Policy UCLA

Courtney C. Radsch, PhD, works at the nexus of media, activism and technology and has spent her career developing a 360-degree perspective on how journalism and human rights empower citizens and marginalized communities. She is currently a fellow at UCLA's Institute for Technology, Law & Policy and a strategic tech policy advisor for mission-driven media and human rights organizations and previously led policy and advocacy at the Committee to Protect Journalists and freedom of expression in the Arab region at UNESCO. She regularly publishes and provides commentary and analysis in top media outlets and  is the author of Cyberactivism and Citizen Journalism in Egypt: Digital Dissidence and Political Change along with dozens of book chapters, peer-reviewed articles, and policy papers. 

She has led advocacy missions and media assessments to more than a dozen countries and serves on several boards and advisory bodies including Facebook’s News Integrity Panel, the World Economic Forum’s Global Coalition for Digital Safety, and Tech Policy Press. She is a founding member of the Coalition Against Online Violence (COAV), the ACOS Alliance (A Culture of Safety), and the Christchurch Call Advisory Network.

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