• How to Build Successful Partnerships Using Gender Data

    “Successful partnerships have a lot of potential to make a significant change in the gender data space.” In this webinar hosted by Plus Social Good, Data2X’s Nina Rabinovitch Blecker and Equal Measures 2030’s (EM2030) Anne Connell join forces to discuss how to mobilize successful partnerships around gender data, drawing on experiences from Data2X and Equal Measure 2030’s ongoing partnership, as well as other partnerships related to various areas of Data2X and EM2030’s work. Watch the webinar.

  • Talking Data Feminism with Catherine D’Ignazio and Lauren F. Klein

    “Data Feminism is a way of thinking about data that’s informed by direct experience, commitment to action, and intersectional feminist thought. This definition acknowledges that there is an unequal distribution of power in the world.” On April 15, Data2X convened over 300 attendees for a virtual book talk with Catherine D’Ignazio and Lauren F. Klein, the authors of the recently published book, “Data Feminism.” About Data Feminism:“Data Feminism offers strategies for data scientists seeking to learn how feminism can help them work toward justice, and for feminists who want to focus their efforts on the growing field of data science. But Data Feminism is about much more than gender. It is about power, about who has it and who doesn’t, and about how those differentials of power can be challenged and changed.” Watch the book talk. Learn more about the book.

  • Launch of Mapping Gender Data Gaps in the SDG Era

    “Bad data on women and girls is just as damaging on no data on women and girls.” In this webinar, Data2X convened top researchers and practitioners to explore new research from Data2X’s new report, Mapping Gender Data Gaps: An SDG Era Update. Speakers discussed methodologies used to identify gender data gaps across six key areas (economic opportunities, education, environment, health, human security, and public participation); reflected on areas where progress has been made in closing gender data gaps and; dug deeper into areas where progress has been stagnant and new gaps have emerged. Speakers included: Kathleen G. Beegle, Lead Economist, Gender, The World Bank Mayra Buvinic, Senior Fellow, Data2X Emily Courey Pryor, Executive Director, Data2X Molly Gilligan, Gender and Environment Specialist (Former Consultant for the IUCN) Kate Grantham, International Development Researcher and Consultant Watch the webinar. Read the report.

  • The Importance of Gender Data for Women’s Financial Inclusion

    This webinar explains how gender data can improve women’s financial inclusion.

  • Gender Data: Why and How to Use Gender Statistics to Propel Your Advocacy

    This webinar shows advocates how gender data can drive progress for girls and women.

  • Big Data and the Global Gender Gap: The Promise and Perils of Digital Information

    This webinar explores the use of big data to fill global gender gaps.

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