FGV ECMI professor delivers lesson at EGI

The class featured debates on current forms of internet governance.

Professor Anna Bentes of the School of Communication, Media and Information at Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV ECMI) delivered a lesson on July 4 titled ‘Algorithms, work and social inequalities’ at the School of Internet Governance (Escola de Governança da Internet no Brasil – EGI).

anna bentes em aula da EG

The professor teaches the course Internet Regulation and Governance in the Digital Communication undergraduate curriculum. She said, "EGI provides a unique and interdisciplinary training in a space marked by diversity to discuss the most current issues in internet governance.”

The main goal of the EGI intensive course is to train professionals involved in the functioning and governance of the Internet, such as entrepreneurs, technicians, activists, researchers and public managers seeking to deepen their knowledge on topics and challenges related to internet governance in Brazil and around the world. Anna Bentes delivered the lesson together with professors Ana Cláudia Cardoso, of the Department of Social Sciences at UFJF, and Ana Gabriela Ferreira, a criminal lawyer in Human Rights. 

The School of Internet Governance in Brazil - EGI is an initiative by has been debating the need to create courses to promote and encourage training, research and studies on internet governance in Brazil.  



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