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Data Lytic board http://bit.ly/data-design-board-chris-delatorre
WINGS and Foundation Center released the second edition of the Global Philanthropy Data Charter. Launched in 2014, the charter is designed to unite the sector around data and global development. This version includes guidance on how to engage in data-sharing processes.
We launched the Global Philanthropy Data Charter website in 2014 with the help of Elefint Designs. As of yesterday the site makes no mention of the second edition, which means that WINGS might be planning a site redesign. I’ll leave a comment here when I find out.
Download the PDF http://bit.ly/wings-data-charter-2017
Data Charter website http://philanthropydata.wingsweb.org/
Invention, while often seen as derived solely from logic and reason, has a strong creative component as well. But the cultural implications of inscribing DNA with a literary quote? Mind-blowing. Published by Science 2.0 on Mar 29, 2011.
Read online http://bit.ly/craig-venter-egoist-science-2-0
The SDG16 Data Initiative Global Report looks at how data are being used to drive progress on goal 16 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by UN Member States in 2015 to drive the 2030 Agenda. Goal 16 aims to promote peace, provide equal access to justice, and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.
Read online http://bit.ly/sdg16-data-initiative-2017
The need for good data ethics underscores the value of philanthropy as a bridge between civil society and private innovation. Big Data is predictive, not intuitive. A system based on stats alone can’t invest in the people it can’t see. Published by Digital Impact on Sep 29, 2014.
Read online http://bit.ly/two-faces-of-data-digital-impact