Rafael Goldzweig is a non-resident Fellow at the Israel Public Policy Institute (IPPI).
In addition to his work at the IPPI, Rafael works as a digital analyst at the organization Democracy Reporting International (DRI), where he monitors the impact of social media on elections and referenda around the world. Prior to joining the IPPI, he worked for the Dahrendorf Forum, a Berlin based think-tank, where he researched the interaction between regulation, new technologies and democracy. Rafael was a Google Policy Fellow and a DAAD Helmut-Schmidt-Program Scholar.
He holds a Master of Public Policy (MPP) from the Hertie School of Governance.