European Digital Rights

Kirsten Fiedler

Managing Director

Kirsten Fiedler is the Managing Director of European Digital Rights (EDRi), an assosciation of organisations from across Europe which defend human rights in the digital environment. After her European studies (translation, law and economics) in the UK, France and Germany, Kirsten started blogging on digital rights issues and advocating for civil rights. She co-founded the Belgian civil rights group NURPA and, when she finds some spare time, writes for Netzpolitik.org, contributes to Digitale Gesellschaft e. V. and tweets as @Kirst3nF

Here is the list of my talks in reverse chronological order:
20-05-2017
Let's save the internet for future generations
TEDx, Liège

07-10-2016
Anti-terrorism measures - Censoring the web, making us less secure
Das ist Netzpolitik, Berlin

03-05-2016
How the EU works
re:publica, Berlin

03-05-2016
CTRL
re:publica, Berlin

25-04-2016
How the EU works and how to get involved
Young Pirates visitor group, Brussels

27-02-2016
The EU and its people - a failure in democracy
#LOTE5, Brussels

27-12-2015
Europe’s biggest fails in digital policy-making
32C3, Hamburg

07-05-2015
States think we're stupid: Internet censorship around Europe since ACTA
re:publica, Berlin

16-04-2015
Netzpolitik und digitale Grundrechte in der EU - Netzneutralität und Urheberrecht
WDR-Rundfunkrat, Cologne

06-05-2014
European Parliament: The Zombie Apocalypse
re:publica, Berlin

01-07-2013
Guide pratique pour un Etat de surveillance parfait
Hackerspace URLab, Brussels

06-05-2013
Praktische Anleitung für den fürsorglichen Überwachungsstaat
re:publica, Berlin

15-09-2012
Net neutrality - State of play in the EU
Freedom not Fear, Brussels

16-09-2012
Activists guide to the EU
Freedom not Fear, Brussels

26-06-2012
ACTA campaigns in Europe
European Alternative Trade Mandate (ATM), Brussels

If you have any queries, feel free to contact me either by sending a mail (kirsten.fiedler(at)edri dot org) or via Twitter (@kirst3nf).