Iva Nenadić

Iva Nenadić, PhD in Communication Science, studies media pluralism in the context of content curation, ranking and moderation policies of online platforms, democratic implications such policies may have, and related regulatory interventions. At the EUI’s Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom, for almost a decade, she has been involved in designing and implementation of the Media Pluralism Monitor. She also takes part in the Management Committee of the European Digital Media Observatory, leading the research on structural indicators for the Code of Practice on Disinformation. Iva is also an Assistant Professor in Journalism at the University of Zagreb’s Faculty of Political Science, where she teaches courses in media and digital policy, and computational propaganda. In 2021/2022 she was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, where she maintains affiliation with the Center for Information, Technology, and Public Life (CITAP). Currently, she also serves as a member of the Committee of Experts on the impacts of generative artificial intelligence for freedom of expression (MSI-AI) at the Council of Europe.