New report on how data generated by citizens is being used in Kenya and Tanzania

Today, we’re excited to launch the first of three research reports from DataShift in each of our pilot locations - Nepal, Argentina and East Africa (Kenya and Tanzania).

Citizen-generated data going global: the DataShift Reunión

This article is written by the engine room's Tin Geber and was originally published on the engine room blog. Tin coordinates the DataShift’s in-country direct support to help civil society organizations improve the planning and implementation of their citizen-generated data initiatives.

Join us in May for a webinar and e-forum on citizen-generated data and the SDGs

We’re excited to invite you to join us for a webinar on: How citizen-generated data can accelerate progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals. This webinar is being hosted on the Global Partnership for Social Accountability (GPSA) Knowledge Platform on May 5, 2016, 10:00 am EDT

Citizen-generated data in practice: initiatives from around the globe share their stories

No-one can communicate the importance of citizen-generated data better than those who are actually working with it. At DataShift, we want to highlight the civil society organisations who have told us about the tangible results they have achieved through innovative approaches to harnessing data from citizens.

Delivering SDGs: Promises to Action and Results

The 47th Session of the United Nations Statistical Commission meeting held in New York in March 2016 was a critical milestone in defining the next steps in implementing the highly ambitious Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) across the world.

Where to find #DataShift at #ICSW2016

In this session, we will be exploring how citizen-generated data initiatives can accelerate progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals, with a focus on examples from Nepal, Argentina and East Africa.

New report: Changing What Counts

Today, we’re happy to launch a new report, Changing What Counts, which looks at how citizen-generated data can influence the way in which governments and institutions carry out data collection.