Marium Hussein supports the Research Programme on Children and Digital Technology at the UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti. In her role, she works primarily to support the Global Kids Online project and the Disrupting Harm project, both of which aim to better understand children’s experiences in the digital space. As a survey researcher, Marium’s previous work focused on media use and attitudes towards the media in the Global South using multi-country household surveys. Prior to joining Innocenti, Marium served as Research Coordinator at Northwestern University in Qatar’s Research Office to support various survey projects on media use in the Middle East and North Africa, media industries in the Arab world, and adolescents’ information-seeking behaviors online. Marium holds a postgraduate degree in Media and Communications from the London School of Economics.