by Vitor Mihessen and Inés Gortari, Casa Fluminense and Gilberto Vieira, data_labe At the end of 2016, we at Casa Fluminense and data_labe began to design a project together – Poopoozap. This partnership was kickstarted after winning the first DataShift Community Seed Funding Challenge, organised by CIVICUS. Our winning proposal combined two global concepts – citizen-generated data (CGD) […]
Professionally coordinate sticky partnerships without robust growth strategies. Authoritatively initiate prospective products vis-a-vis cross-unit.
DataShift’s Cassia Moraes is in New York (NY) attending the 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) taking place at the United Nations Headquarters. Based on our work on Sustainable Development Goal 5 (SDG5), to “achieve gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls”, we will be promoting the […]
On Sunday, 15 January, the first ever United Nations World Data Forum (WDF) officially kicked off in Cape Town, South Africa and will continue until 18 January, 2017. This inaugural WDF provides an excellent opportunity to reflect on the commitments world leaders made just over a year ago, upon the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). […]
Significant progress has been made in the long journey towards gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls. We now have a standalone Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 5) on gender that places special emphasis on the subject and raises its profile to those from state and non-state backgrounds. But raising awareness on this goal […]
An alarming figure rocks Argentina: one woman dies every 30 hours due to gender-based violence. This is the harsh reality that has been present in our society for a long time, but hidden from view. Unfortunately, no detailed country-wide data exists; for either femicide (a women’s murder due to her gender condition), or any other […]