Dr Matt Mahmoudi

Research Associate

Matt is a Researcher on Artificial Intelligence & Human Rights at Amnesty International, and affiliated Lecturer at Cambridge’s Department of Sociology.

Matt was also the Program Lead at The Whistle Project, a digital human rights platform based out of the Department of Sociology. He is particularly interested in the possibilities and challenges these present for refugees and migrants. Matt co-convenes the ‘Power and Vision: The Camera as Political Technology’ research group at CRASSH, and coordinates the Cambridge branch of Amnesty International’s Digital Verification Corps. He is the recipient of an MPhil from Cambridge, and a BA in Politics with Business Management from Queen Mary University of London. Matt co-produces ‘Declarations: The Human Rights Podcast’, and has contributed and advised on several other projects including Africa’s Voices Foundation, Rift Valley Institute, the UN OHCHR, and Global Rights Nigeria.