Jasmina Byrne is a senior researcher working in the United Nations Children's Fund's (UNICEF's) Office of Research-Innocenti, Florence, Italy.
She leads the UNICEF Office of Research’s work on children and the internet and has overseen and contributed to several UNICEF studies related to child safety online, cyberbullying and child rights on the internet (see www.unicef-irc.org). In addition, she is responsible for developing and leading UNICEF’s global research agenda on family and parenting support.
Prior to joining Innocenti, Jasmina was head of the UNICEF child protection program in Indonesia. She has 20 years of international experience in managing complex child rights and protection programs, including research, policy development, program design and evaluation in Southeast Asia, Europe and Southern Africa with UNICEF, Save the Children, the International Committee of the Red Cross and UN Women.