PROMOTING A PEOPLE-CENTERED BIG DATA REVOLUTION
Data-Pop Alliance is a global coalition on Big Data and development
created by the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, MIT Media Lab, and Overseas Development Institute that brings together researchers, experts, practitioners, and activists to promote a people-centered Big Data revolution
through collaborative research, capacity building, and community engagement. As of February 2016, Flowminder Foundation has joined Data-Pop Alliance as its fourth Core Member.
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Overview of Data-Pop Alliance-United Nations Systems Staff College Training Course on “Leveraging Big Data for Sustainable Development” in Nairobi June 27-29, 2017[This post has been updated to include the supporting pedagogical material] Data-Pop Alliance ran a 3-day training workshop from June 27-29, 2017 on “Leveraging Big Data for sustainable development” at … Read More »
- Leveraging (Mobile) Data to Predict and Prevent Crime Monday 12 June 2017 02:30 PM CEST | 08:30 AM EST Data-Pop Alliance Chief Data Scientist, Dr Nuria Oliver will speak on … Read More »
- #Linkswelike Check out our weekly compilation of the links we like and want to share with you on innovation, data literacy, open data, and more! Read More »
SD Talks Special Series on Data for Sustainable Development – Session 2: Partnership for Sustainable Development DataSession 2: Partnership for Sustainable Development Data: Mobilising Data for Leaving No One Behind of the webinar series on Data for Sustainable Development, was delivered by Dr. Claire Melamed, Executive Director … Read More »
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We work through research, training, and engagement activities and launched two new initiatives this fall.
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