Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance
Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis (IGPA) at the University of Canberra
Online deliberation, technology and democratic governance, cyberpolicy, ICT policy, digital rights
"Online Deliberation and Governance: Limitations and Prospects of Practice of Deliberative Democracy Online"
Given the speculative and optimistic views of the capacities of the internet in presenting a new medium/alternative for the Habermasian public space, the cyberspace does present a more ‘trusted’ realm for deliberation yet not as much in facilitating access to the governance process. In this regards, I intent to develop the conceptualization that can capture deliberation in the cyberspace –online, particularly in terms of assessing the differences between online and offline deliberation, privacy and trust, self-censorship and agency and their impact on the deliberation outcomes.
Dr Simon Niemeyer (Primary), Dr Nicole Curato (Secondary) and Prof John Dryzek
Prior to joining the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Governance, Nardine worked as a demonstrator in the political science department at the British University in Egypt. As well as, worked on part-time basis with an Egyptian development non-governmental organisation, and recently a regional civil society organisation for their digital rights work.
- Bachelors of Science in Political Science
- Hassib, B. & Alnemr, N. (forthcoming). Securitization of Cyberspace in Egypt: Cybercrime Bill, the last straw to Break Online Freedom of Thought, Expression and Assembly. In M. Manjikian (ed.). The Palgrave Handbook of Global Cybersecurity.