In Episode 2, Beverley Hatcher-Mbu and special guests Natalia Carfi, Executive Director of the Open Data Charter, and Swee Leng Harris, Director of Luminate Strategic Initiatives, discuss open data and data protection. They parse out various challenges, risks, and strengths within both fields. They also discuss ongoing and upcoming trends within open data and data protection and the opportunities these trends offer to those who are seeking the benefits data can afford while ensuring human rights are not violated with this data use.
Read the transcript here.
Related links from the conversation:
- ODI newsletter
- Data for Development blog
- Responsible Data mailing group
- Ada Lovelace Institute
- Africa Open Data Network
- An Ugly Truth at the Moment
- Big Tech podcast
- Braiding Sweetgrass
Special thanks to Mark Hatcher for our theme music. You can find Mark on social media at @markdhatcher.
Advancing Digital Public Infrastructure: Emerging Practices for Creating Sustainable, Inclusive Systems at Scale
From DG’s more than 20 years of experience in creating, delivering, and adapting open source and open data solutions, we’ve learned several best practices on how to make technology accessible and sustainable while prioritizing engagement from open source communities—these practices can be applied to building and implementing DPIs. In this blog, we’ll explore what DPI is, DG’s approach to DPI, and three best practices that can be used to ensure DPIs are effective and advance inclusion.
In episode 1, Season 3 of “Data…for What?!,” Vanessa Goas and special guest Sebastian Öhmann, Advisor of the Data Economy Initiative inside the Global Project of Digital Transformation from GIZ, discuss data and digital transformation in relation to climate change adaptation and specifically focusing on climate finance.
The Festival De Datos is here, marking a pivotal moment to assess our journey with data for development. At DG, we've championed leveraging data and tech for a more equitable, sustainable world. But to fulfill this vision, we need to push for a fair data future and establish a culture of trust and cooperation in data use.