Self-reflections from the SPEAK! Campaign (part 7)

This is the seventh and final blog in a series sharing lessons learned from a collaboration between DataShift and the SPEAK! campaign and the resulting conversations about data management practices among diverse organisations working to overcome social divisions around the world.

Disposal (part 6)

This is the sixth in a series of blogs sharing lessons learned from a collaboration between DataShift and the SPEAK! campaign and the resulting conversations about data management practices among diverse organisations working to overcome social divisions around the world. 

Translating SDG 16 indicator questions to Swahili

Civil society has an important role to play in filling the gap and adding context for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) indicator data. According to the UN Stats Division, SDG 16 Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions has no data available for 12 of its 23 indicators.

Talking about threats and protection (part 5)

This is the fifth in a series of blogs sharing lessons learned from a collaboration between DataShift and the SPEAK! campaign and the resulting conversations about data management practices among diverse organisations working to overcome social divisions around the world.

What data do you have? (part 4)

This is the third in a series of blogs sharing lessons learned from a collaboration between DataShift and the SPEAK! campaign and the resulting conversations about data management practices among diverse organisations working to overcome social divisions around the world.

The power of participatory methods in collecting actionable data

Often data is collected without an understanding of citizens’ everyday experiences nor is designed to meaningfully involve citizens in reflection and collective action. This motivates Kinara for Youth Evolution, as a civil society organisation working at the grassroots, to help fill those gaps and to empower citizens to build their own capacities to contribute to progress on the SDGs in their communities.

Conversations about responsible data collection (part 3)

This is the third in a series of blogs sharing lessons learned from a collaboration between DataShift and the SPEAK! campaign and the resulting conversations about data management practices among diverse organisations working to overcome social divisions around the world.