Christina M. Akrivopoulou

Assistant Professor Hellenic Open University, Human Rights Institutions and Policies, Chief Editor of International Journal of Human Rights and Constitutional Studies

Christina Akrivopoulou holds a Doctor of Constitutional Law and currently serves as Committee President in the Greek Refugee Authority in Athens. Her research focuses on human and constitutional rights, the protection of the right to privacy, data protection, the private-public distinction, and citizenship. She currently lectures at Hellenic Open University and has previously taught at Democritus University of Thrace and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She has also taught an inter-university master class with EMA-UNESCO (European Master’s Program in Human Rights and Democratization – The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization). Additionally, she is a postdoctoral researcher of the Greek State Scholarships Foundation and of the Aristotle University Research Committee (Program of Academic Excellence) and a member of the Thessaloniki Law Bar Association. She is a collaborator on several Greek law reviews, and she is a member of many non-governmental human rights organizations in Greece and abroad. She is Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Human Rights and Constitutional Studies. She has also edited for IGI Global in the following volumes: “Personal Data Privacy and Protection in a Surveillance Era: Technologies and Practices” (2010); “Human Rights and Risks in the Digital Era: Globalization and the Effects of Information Technologies” (2012); and “Digital Democracy and the Impact of Technology on Governance and Politics: New Globalized Practices.”

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