Daniëlle Flonk is a PhD candidate at the Berlin Graduate School for Global and Transregional Studies and a research associate in the research project 'Evolving Internet interfaces: Content control and privacy protection'. She holds a Bachelor in Political Science and a Master (with distinction) in International Relations from Radboud University in the Netherlands. She wrote her master's thesis on voting behaviour within the United Nations Security Council, which was shortlisted for the Daniël Heinsius Thesis Prize 2016 (the prize for the best Political Science Master's thesis of The Netherlands and Flanders). After her graduation, she worked at the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels and as a lecturer at the political science department at Radboud University in the Netherlands. Her research interests include international relations, Internet governance, norm development and international regimes.
Main supervisor: Prof. Dr. Markus Jachtenfuchs