Sarah Chander leads European Digital Rights’ (EDRi) policy work on AI and non-discrimination with respect to digital rights. She is interested in building thoughtful, resilient movements and she looks to make links between the digital and other social justice movements. Sarah has experience in racial and social justice, previously she worked in advocacy at the European Network Against Racism (ENAR), on a wide range of topics including anti-discrimination law and policy, intersectional justice, state racism, racial profiling and police brutality.
Data & SocietyDatabite No. 145: Algorithmic Governance and the State of Impact Assessment in the EU, US, and CanadaA conversation with experts on the emerging regulations in the EU, US, and Canada, and asks how impact assessment practices can effectively account for the harms caused by algorithmic systems. Read moreJune 2021