Nadia Tjahja is a PhD Researcher in the Research Centre for Digitalisation, Democracy and Innovation at the Brussels School of Governance, working on the project “The contribution of global and regional multistakeholder mechanisms in improving global governance (GREMLIN: Global and REgional MuLtistakeholder INstitutions)”, which is a collaboration between the VUB, the United Nations University Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU-CRIS) and the Centre for EU Studies at the University of Ghent. She has a Bachelor's degree in Communication Studies from Vesalius College and a Masters degree in European Interdisciplinary Studies from the College of Europe in Natolin. Previously, she was the CEO of Sunium, an organisation which facilitates multistakeholder discussions with systems thinking methodologies. Sunium also designs and organises courses in systems modelling and engages in research, where Nadia’s areas of engagement were Internet Governance; Sustainability; and Peace and Security.
Her PhD research focus is on Internet Governance, multistakeholderism and systems thinking, but she also has research interests in EU governance, information warfare, strategic narratives, information disorder and media literacy.