Rafael Goldzweig
Rafael Goldzweig

Rafael Goldzweig researches the intersection of new technologies and elections, having worked on projects analyzing the impact of social media on elections in Tunisia, Sri Lanka, Libya, Myanmar, Brazil, Ukraine and several EU countries. He co-authored the “Guide for Civil Society on Monitoring Social Media During Elections,” as part of the European Union funded project “Supporting Democracy.” Previously, he worked and researched the intersection between new technologies and electoral behavior for the German NGO Democracy Reporting International, the Israel Public Policy Institute (IPPI), the think tank Dahrendorf Forum, and as a Google Policy Fellow in Panama City. He holds a Bachelor degree in International Relations (University of São Paulo) and a Master of Public Policy (Hertie School of Governance).

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18 February 2021
17 February 2021