Nataša Perućica

Ms Nataša Perućica joined Diplo in 2018 as a researcher on the use of emerging digital technologies such as big data and artificial intelligence (AI) in the context of sustainable development. She received both her bachelor’s and master’s degree in Political Science from Université catholique de Louvain in Belgium. She leads Diplo’s efforts on a series of human rights webinars titled RightOn with the aim of raising awareness and sharing knowledge on global human rights situations and practices. She is currently enrolled as a full PhD scholarship student in ‘Social Theory, Digital Innovation and Public Policies’ at Università degli Studi di Salerno in Italy.



[Summary] RightOn #13: Human rights and the precarious condition of electoral democracy

04 November 2020

It is widely assumed that human rights and electoral democracy are mutually supportive and inextricably linked. There can be little doubt that the regular holding of free and fair democratic elections is essential for...

[Summary] RightOn #11: Communicating human rights: How to win the global ‘battle of ideas’

14 September 2020

Studies show that people tend to gravitate more towards negative news than positive ones. While this may be a worrying trend, hope exists for a more positive type of content, according to research led by Pro...

An overview of ‘People’s Money: Harnessing Digitalization to Finance a Sustainable Future’

27 August 2020

On 26 August 2020, the Digital Finance Task Force (DFTF) launched its report entitled ‘People’s Money: Harnessing Digitalization to Finance a Sustainable Future’.  The 100-plus-page document develops on the...

HLPF 2020: Leaving the digital behind?

21 July 2020

In view of the ongoing global health crisis, for the first time ever since its establishment in 2013, the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) was held virtually. Dedicated to the ‘Acceler...