Are household surveys still relevant in the changing data landscape? And if so, are there new roles for that household surveys can play in this new data landscape in addition to the value they currently hold? How do we unleash the full potential of household surveys to add value to other data sources? What are the real opportunities and limitations ... Read More
On Tuesday, March 31st, 2020, CEGA will partner with the World Bank’s Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) group and Innovations in Big Data Analytics to hold the 6th annual “Measuring Development” Conference in Washington, D.C. The event will showcase the myriad ways in which survey data and “big” data can be integrated to improve the design, targeting, and evaluation of global ... Read More
Important: This event was supposed to take place on the 9th and 10th of March, but it has been moved to the 27th and 28th of May to avoid any risks related to the Corona virus. Innovations radicales, technologies inédites, créativité à 360°… Plus que jamais l’édition 2020 de Big Data Paris s’annonce BIG. Avec plus de 18 000 visiteurs attendus, 250 exposants, et pas moins ... Read More
The International Policy Workshop, hosted by the World Bank and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), "Data for Better Lives: Enablers and Safeguards" is going to be held in preparation for the World Development Report 2021 on the 9th and 10th of June 2020. Our director, Emmanuel Letouzé, will participate. This event is not public.
Registration for the 10th edition of RightsCon (June 7-11, 2021), the world’s leading summit on human rights in the digital age is currently open. The deadline to register has been extended to May 21, 2021.
From Monday June 7, 2021 to Friday, June 11, 2021, RightsCon will take place entirely online, spanning multiple time zones, and featuring a program with 400+ sessions, with both live and asynchronous content. We invite you to join us from wherever you are located.
Data Day, hosted by Data You Can Use, provides an opportunity for leaders, from neighborhoods to universities, to better understand what data are available, the implications of data on community revitalization, and how to increase connections between research and practice. Join our director Emmanuel Letouzé as he participates in the event as keynote and first international speaker.