Roundtable: Using Data to Better Represent Citizens’ Needs
Date: 30 March 2022
Time: 05:30 EDT / 09:30 GMT / 12:30 EAT / 15:00 IST / 20:30 AEDT
Co-hosted by: CPA and Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data’s Inclusive Data Charter (IDC)
Drawing on the experience of Parliamentarians, statisticians, and civil society leaders, this roundtable will bring interested stakeholders together to discuss what inclusive data means and how it can be better used to represent the needs of all groups of people.
It will focus on the importance and, therefore, the need for high quality data to assist legislators in their day-to-day duties. It will examine Parliamentarians’ experience of accessing and using data to better understand and address the needs of groups such as women, persons with disabilities and young people.
Speakers will share their experiences, discuss best practice and consider solutions for sourcing and using data to better represent citizens’ needs and to advance the inclusion of under-represented groups in the political process.
Speakers for this event will be announced in due course.
This event will be hosted on Zoom and advance registration is required. Registration is subject to approval by the co-hosts.
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