Danna is a feminist human rights lawyer with over 10 years experience working with local and international organisations all over the world on issues ranging from migrant worker rights to data ethics, including with organisations such as the Red Cross and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe. She specialises in human rights defenders support and protection, and has developed participatory tech approaches like the Panic Button application for activists at risk. She was previously Responsible Data Program Manager at The Engine Room and currently works as Research and Policy Adviser on Technology & Human Rights at the Amnesty’s London office. She is particularly interested in rethinking what informed consent looks like in a digital age, and in supporting the responsible use of data in human rights.