Joyce is a research fellow at Chatham House and co-editor of the Journal of Cyber Policy, providing regular analysis on cyber policy issues.
Her recent work includes developing cyber scenario exercises for private sector organizations and looking at cybercrime legal frameworks at the national and international levels.
Previously, Joyce worked for the United Nations, IFRC as well as for non-profit organizations.
Her areas of expertise include cybercrime, cyber security, rule of law and good governance, international criminal justice, and human rights.
Joyce received her MA in International Law from SOAS, the University of London.
- Rule of law and good governance
- Human rights
|2016-17||Academy fellow, International Security Department, Chatham House|
|2015-16||Head of cooperation and partnership, Al-Iktissad Wal-Aamal|
|2014||Senior visiting professional, Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL)|
|2013||Regional legal expert, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)|
|2011 and 2014||Communication and advocacy advisor, UNDP, Lebanese Prime Minister’s Office|
|2010-12||Head of research and development unit, Arab Center for the Rule of Law and Integrity (ACRLI)|
|2011-13||Civil society ambassador of the neighbourhood region, European Commission|
|2008-10||Programme associate, UNDP, Programme on Governance in the Arab Region|
|2006-08||Project manager, Arab Center for the Rule of Law and Integrity (ACRLI)|
- Building a Stronger International Legal Framework on Cybercrime 06 June 2017
- Yahoo! Spins a Cautionary Tale for Dealing with Data Privacy 21 December 2016
- Tackling Cybercrime: Time For the GCC to Join Global Efforts 08 December 2016
- An overview on legal information building and sharing in the Arab world in Innovations in Rule of Law report, 2012, The Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law (HiiL) and the World Justice Project