Ananya is UNEP and Samsung Engineering, South Korea supported Tunza Eco-Generation's 22nd Regional Ambassador to Afghanistan and 21st Regional Ambassador to India. In March 2019, she represented India at ICANN64 in Kobe, Japan, as a NextGen Fellow. In July 2019, she'll represent India as a Fellow for the Asia-Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum, Vladivostok, Russia. In June 2019, she was picked as Changemaker by the Change.org Foundation for the She Creates Change 5.0. Since 2018, she has been the mentor for Game Theory, Financial Mathematics, and Economics for IIT Bombay's Maths and Physics Club's Summer of Science Programme. She, currently, discharges the roles of the Global Ambassador for the Kosmos Journal (USA) and the Alumni Ambassador for the Yale Young Global Scholars (Yale University, USA). She is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post, has been a blogger for The SPAN, the official magazine of the US Embassy in India, and has also been on board of the editorial team of the Novak Djokovic Foundation (Serbia). She's a 2-time silver prize winner in the International Essay Competition organised by the Royal Commonwealth Society, London, UK.
With more than 460 million internet users in the country and with real safety concerns, we need to understand what internet governance means. Ananya, India's NextGen Fellow, explains.
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