Moritz Büchi is a Consultant in UNICEF’s research program on child rights in the digital age at the Office of Research. In his role at UNICEF, Moritz contributes to the Global Kids Online and Disrupting Harm projects, generating actionable research briefs. Analyses concentrate on barriers, risks, and opportunities in children's internet use based on data from more than 30 countries. He is an expert in quantitative data analysis, comparative survey methods, and digital communication theory. Moritz holds a PhD from the University of Zurich, where he is also a Senior Research and Teaching Associate at the Department of Communication and Media Research leading projects on digital well-being and surveillance.