Aida Mahmutović
Aida Mahmutović

Ms Aida Mahmutović is currently involved with the EUBC HUB as a Community manager for over 18 HUBS in Europe and Asia. She has been involved with Internet governance since 2011, while working for Centre for eGovernance Development (CeGD). As an Internet and feminist activist with a legal background, she collaborated with and worked for a number of organisation working on Internet freedoms, children online safety, hate speech, and women’s rights online. As program manager at OneWorld Platform she lead Internet rights and women rights projects for four years. She has been a member of the Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) of the UN Internet Governance Forum (IGF), is a former member of the South East European Dialogue on Internet Governance (SEEDIG)s Executive Committee member, and one of the organisers of the first national IGF in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 2017, she organised first edition of the Balkan School on Internet Governance. She is currently involved in the Internet Society’s Special Internet Group on Women as lead for Europe.

Aida has been curator for Geneva Internet Platform’s Digital Watch Observatory since February 2016, and has curated Privacy and Data Protection and Cultural Diversity until November 2018. Currently is curating Gender Rights Online and trend page for Migration and Technology. Apart for Bosnian as her mother tongue Aida speaks four languages, English, Spanish, Slovene, and French.


Diplo and the GIP at COBISS 2016 Conference

22 Nov 16 - 23 Nov 16



HRC 34th session: digital rights in general, privacy in particular

25 April 2017

A year after the first report of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy, national and international governmental surveillance activities remained in focus in the second report. The report of UN...

EU-US Privacy Shield’s seven principles

16 September 2016

Nine months after the invalidation of the Safe Harbour Agreement, the European Commission (EC) confirmed that the new EU-US Privacy Shield affords adequate protection to the privacy of EU citi­zens. The framework imp...