#DataImpact2021 raised many interesting questions from participants. Dr Dharmi Kapadia gives her thoughts on three questions posed.
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Wednesday 24th February 2021 saw a gathering of over three hundred people at the UK Data Service’s online event #DataImpact2021 – #IdentityInData: Who counts? Visibility, voice and culture in data collection and use. We plan that the event will just be the start of conversations about identity and representation in data.
Dr Dharmi Kapadia, of the Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity and panellists for #DataImpact2021, explores representation of ethnic minority people in data and introduces the Evidence for Equality National Survey.
Dr Kevin Guyan, panellist at #DataImpact2021, shares some key reflections on the role of data in representing the lives and experiences of LGBTQ people in the UK.
Karen Hurrell from the Equality and Human Rights Commission, and panellist for #DataImpact2021, explores how data help the Commission assess ‘Is Britain Fairer?’
We introduce the UK Data Service #DataImpact2021 online event, including keynote speaker Lemn Sissay.
The UK Data Service hosted a panel session and networking event on 13 October 2016 at the Lighthouse in Glasgow. A panel comprising some of Scotland’s leading data innovators explored data re-use in policy and research, sharing their experiences of demonstrating data enhanced impact. Here are the highlights of #DataImpact2016.
With Storify closing in May 2018, we’ll be extracting the html from some of our lovely storifys and saving them on the blog. Here are the highlights of #DataImpact2015.
The UK Data Service is delighted that this year’s #DataImpact2016 will be held on the evening of 13 October at the Lighthouse Glasgow. A panel of leading data innovators explore data re-use in policy and research, sharing their experiences of demonstrating data enhanced impact. This year we focus on how Scotland’s policy makers and innovators are using data to collaborate on solutions to key challenges.