Data Values Digest #6
Rates of hunger and food insecurity are rising. So why does data to help farmers remain monopolized for the benefit of shareholders of a handful of big…
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What would a world look like if everyone understood numbers? 
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"I’ve been writing about the potential of data and technology to transform society for 15 years. Re-reading my earlier material is, frankly, pretty…
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The ways in which we respond to “the month that changed a century” will set the tone and precedence for a future likely to be paved by information…
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How much do we know about countries' digital development? Even in the private sector, fewer than 15 percent of companies can quantify the return on…
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It’s not always possible to meet gold standard levels of participation. That shouldn’t stop us from trying.
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A conversation with Data Values Project facilitators on the ongoing public consultation to build a global manifesto for better data.
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Would you be willing to let the government scan all your digital communications if it meant catching more child predators? 
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Increasing connectivity won’t necessarily bridge the global digital divide or ensure digital economies become more just or inclusive. 
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Results from a recent survey show the data for development community is aligned in its demands for a fair data future. 
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We’ve seen this again and again all over the world. Persons with disabilities are consistently deprioritized in COVID-19 responses. 
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