Data politics

Data in development, human rights and HIV/AIDS

Big, small, open and citizen-generated data are seen as important tools in achieving the 17 global goals adopted by the UN General Assembly in September 2015 for its sustainable development agenda. Activist and researcher from the development community, Melissa Ditmore, was at the UN summit and reflects on the implications for data in development for people affected by HIV/AIDS and in the context of sexual and reproductive health and rights

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Should Schools Be Closed? Learning from Schooloscope, an OpenData post-mortem

By Mushon Zer-Aviv, October 27, 2014

Since I first laid my cursor on it intrigued me as an exceptional case in the world of open data and information design. The chain of events that led to the site’s termination is an important story, which I believe should be chronicled and told.

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