When it comes to data to assess disability inclusion, rather than a scarcity of information; great amounts of data are readily available from many sources. So much so, that policymakers may be overwhelmed with the options. While these sources are not interchangeable, each has value in and of itself. Moreover, the data sources can be articulated as if they were parts of a … [Read more...] about Too little or too much data to address disability inclusion?
Rocío Senra is an Economics Consultant at the Gender and Diversity Division. She has a bachelor’s degree in international affairs and a master’s degree in economics. Previously, she worked as a research assistant on gender equality, parental leaves and early childhood development for the Centro de Estudios para el Desarrollo Humano (CEDH) at Universidad de San Andrés. Before starting her role at the IDB, she worked as a researcher and project analyst at GROW Gender & Work, a consultancy firm that focuses on promoting gender and diversity, carrying out qualitative and quantitative analysis of gender balance within organizations, analyzing employee’s perceptions and implementing strategies for fostering inclusivity.