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Emily Courey Pryor Oct 24
Wonderful to catch this end-of-forum relief hug! Huge thanks go to Francesca Perucci, Stefan Schweinfest, Linda Hooper, and the family for bringing us all together to make progress on data leading to action. That’s a wrap from Dubai!
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Nkechi Coker Oct 23
Every step she took felt like she was closing the . The awe on my face had someone saying to me - I can tell you are from Nigeria! I have never been more proud to say YES I AM! My highest point at the Thank you , you jolted something in me!
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Phil Bright Oct 24
It was great to be part of the small contingent representing . Hopefully we can further increase country representation at the 3rd .
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UN World Data Forum Oct 24
At closing session launches Dubai Declaration calling for innovative funding mechanism to strengthen capacity of national data and statistical systems as presented by Stefan Schweinfest.
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Data2X Dec 23
This year we hosted an inaugural press fellowship alongside the . Our press fellows did a great job bringing attention to important subjects. Read some of them here:
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Maike Weisspflug Oct 24
data can inform policy making, but the plurality of approaches and a strong grassroot ethics will always be important - presenting the Citizen Science Global Partnership at the
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Azavea Oct 22
We're proud to be partnering with to support satellite imagery and geospatial analysis on the newly announced . If you're attending the , stop by the booth for a demo tomorrow from our very own .
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Emily Courey Pryor Oct 24
Our Board member Francesca Perucci shares hopes for next : “need to show more stories of data impact- has led the way this time but we need more!” For others interested in impact stories: we’ve learned a lot so be in touch!
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CRPH Oct 21
We're excited to be presenting at the this week. Stay tuned for our updates!
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Claudia Abreu Lopes Oct 23
'The worst case outcome for using big data is to use data analytics to target vulnerable groups to spread misinformation'. Well, let's call it reality and discuss how to prevent it. great session on big data and gender
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Romesh Silva Oct 24
Bravo and — advancing gender inclusive systems to improve the human condition!
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Danielle Doughman Oct 24
should never replace nuanced, narratives and research. Please let’s not lower expectations for govt decision-makers. Infographics only start the conversation.
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Risenga Maluleke Oct 24
Discussing the importance of making data more accessible and understandable to the public and working with the media in sharing our statistics
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Data2X Nov 8
. press fellow shares thoughts on and the inaugural press fellowship at the . The resounding conclusion? "If we want to make sure everyone counts, we need to count everyone."
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IEO Oct 22
Citizen generated is one of the greatest untapped opportunities to close the gap. Panel shares research examples & challenges on how citizens as can work with such as offices.
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Rosemary Orlale Oct 24
Just announced, Bern in Switzerland will host the 2020 UN World Data Forum while Kenya will host the International Open Data Conference in 2020
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Jenna Slotin Oct 24
Francesca Perucci: for the next we need to show the value and impact of data. Check out our value of data case studies for a contribution
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Ibrahima Hathie Oct 22
At the UN World Data Forum, panelists discuss the political economy of statistical capacity. "How do we protect national statistical offices from political pressure with a legal framework?", the Argentine case. @SV_postMDG @IPAR_10ans
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Anup Namboodiri Oct 24
Excited about the possibilities of ‘s mission of to the Middle East . Was great catching up with you on the sidelines of ; let’s get it rolling :) at
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Data2X Jan 18
"At the core of the data-for-development conversation is the critical need for more and better data, especially disaggregated social and demographic data..." Read NEW reflections from the on the :
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