For the design of a care economy, we need a feminist technoscience lens.
I am a lawyer and researcher from Greece with expertise in the intersection of open technologies, law, and gender. I hold a Masters degree in Human Rights Law from King’s College London and have international experience in several organizations and European research programmes in the UK, Belgium, Greece, and Cyprus. Among these are the Future Emerging Technologies Department (DG Connect, EU Commission), the General Secretariat for Gender Equality in Athens, the Royal College of Art in London, and the University of Nicosia in Cyprus. I am co-founder of the techno-feminist network Restorative Infrastructures and research co-lead at Disco.coop.