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?
We continually read about the problem caused by the low representation of women in the technology sector, both in the education process and in the labor market. With this in mind, we started the call for what ended up being the first 100% virtual hackathon in Paraguay. In a couple of weeks, we had more than 230 people registered. We were very happy! What took us by surprise … [Read more...] about Five lessons from a gender equality hackathon
In the realm of public polices, data is a great diagnostician. Much like x-rays and blood tests, data helps to identify where the problems lie and to uncover their causes. Without such information, how can we possibly treat our social ills? Today is the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOTB), a global annual landmark dedicated to increasing … [Read more...] about Data for Equality