DISCUSSION PIECE Women and ICT Access: Bridging the Digitial Divide for Disaster Resilience ShutterStock Share Women are often on the front lines of disasters, both in experiencing their impacts and in being powerful agents of change. According to the UNDP, women and children are 14 times more likely to die during natural disasters compared to men. Women are too commonly … Read More
Why Gender-Responsive Due Diligence in Agribusiness Value Chains Matters
DISCUSSION PIECE Why Gender-Responsive Due Diligence in Agribusiness Value Chains Matters ShutterStock Share Although relatively new, the discourse around Business and Human Rights (BHR) has become increasingly relevant in recent years. This is especially true due to the increasing amount of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into African countries, as well as the continued march of globalization. According to the United … Read More
Gender Data Series: Mobility, Accessibility and the Gender Data Gap in Urban Transportation Planning
GENDER DATA SERIES Mobility, Accessibility and the Gender Data Gap in Urban Transportation Planning This is the fourth edition of Data-Pop Alliance’s “Gender Data Series”, which comprises interviews, videos, and opinion articles with gender data experts from around the globe to bring light to issues at the intersection of gender and data, such as health, migration, livelihoods and, of course, … Read More
Two DPA Team Members Gave Lecture at U.C. Berkeley
DPA’s Mateo Rojas and Anna Spinardi gave a lecture on Intersectional Feminist Data at U.C. Berkeley.
The Gender Data 201 Course: Paving the Way for Gender Data Literacy
Gender Data 201 is a free online course we developed with support from Facebook and TechChange (the hosting platform.) The objective of the course is to develop a hands-on online learning experience to equip participants with the basic data skills needed to lead gender-responsive advocacy work, decision-making processes, and/or policy design and implementation.
Gender Data Series: An Interview with Our Own Data Scientists
GENDER DATA SERIES An Interview with Our Own Data Scientists This piece introduces our new monthly “Gender Data Series”, which will comprise interviews, videos, and opinion articles with experts from around the globe to bring to light issues at the intersection of gender and data, such as health, migration, livelihoods and, of course, gender-based violence (GBV). Since the outbreak of … Read More