Christina Dinar is a freelance lecturer and trainer on anti-discrimination strategies online, anti-racist conflict resolution, digital competences, democratic debating culture and democracy promotion amongst young people. As Deputy Director at the Centre for Internet and Human Rights Dinar led the research project Democratic Meme Factory, studying the impact on counterspeech on youth. As a project manager at Wikimedia Germany, she worked to enhance diversity in the community of Wikipedia content editors. She also co-developed the concept of digital streetwork, which is a social practice targeting youth online communities, mostly through social media. Dinar is interested in the effect of digitalization to social norms and practice - especially to youth culture. Christina Dinar studied social work as well as theology, cultural studies and gender studies in Berlin/Jerusalem and lives in Berlin.