Darko Brkan


@darko_brkan // @WhyNjet

https://www.facebook.com/darko.brkan //  https://www.facebook.com/zastonesarajevo/
Digital Balkans from divided to connected

Darko Brkan is the president of CA „Why not“, one of the most prominent Bosnian NGOs that promotes civic activism, government accountability, and the use of technology and digital media. He is also board president of the regional network ActionSEE, member of the Board of TransparenCEE network and a member of the International Advisory Board of ePanstwo Foundation.

He holds degrees from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Sarajevo and Faculty of Economics, University of Sarajevo and University of Zagreb. His professional interests are technology and social impacts of technology, digital and social media, elections and political processes, civic activism and participation and international relations.

He was a Draper-Hills Summer fellow at Stanford University in 2013 and a Reagan-Fascell fellow in 2012 at the Forum for International Democratic Studies in Washington. He is the Marshal Memorial Fellow of the German Marshal Fund for 2018/19 and was the Facebook International Fellow at the Personal Democracy Forum in 2018.

Darko is the member of the Advisory Board for the Open Government Partnership for BiH. He is a regular contributor to many local and international media and a speaker at a number of prominent events and conferences.