About the Digital Equality Working Group
Digital Equality Working Group Projects
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Who We Are
My professional activities and my voluntary work are strongly interconnected and all my (professional and voluntary) activities are related to the implementation of the Agenda 2030, because for me it's of utmost importance to find solutions for our living together in the "The Fourth Industrial Revolution" by implementing the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations (SGDs).
I am a committed Non-Executive Member of various corporate boards with extensive legal, operational and risk management experience and with expertise in Compliance & Ethics, Women Rights and Innovation & Technology worldwide.
I am a qualified lawyer in Germany and Spain with over 15 years of international practice across Western Europe, business owner, Adjunct Professor at the University Instituto de Empresa (IE) with Applied Ethics and Culture of Compliance, researcher at the Observatory of Sustainable Culture of Compliance of Spanish SMEs of the Foundation IE and I am a private expert with the Horizon 2020 / Horizon Europe – Ethics appraisal scheme of the European Commission.
Laura Carlson is a professor of private law at Stockholm University. Carlson specializes in employment and labor law, gender, discrimination, academic freedom and critical legal theories. She was the 2014/2015 Stockholm Centre Oxford Fellow, University of Oxford, and has a J.D. Stockholm University (2007), Jur.Kand. Uppsala University (2000), J.D. University of Minnesota (1991) and B.A. Carleton College (1983). Carlson is the Editor-in-Chief, Brill Research Perspectives in Comparative Discrimination Law and a BCCE board member. Carlson’s books include The Fundamentals of Swedish Law (2019), Workers, Collectivism and the Law: Grappling with Democracy (2018), Comparative Discrimination Law: Historical and Theoretical Frameworks, Brill (2017) and Searching for Equality: Sex Discrimination, Parental Leave and the Swedish Model with Comparisons to EU, UK and US law (2007).