Data for Good Exchange India | Annual Virtual Conference 2021
7th and 8th December
The D4GX India Learning Labs and Round Tables
Curated Workshops and Round Table Discussions to further explore themes and conversations that emerged during our yearlong exploration into Data Empowerment. Participants will include Civil Society Leaders, Philanthropists, Social Enterprises and the Finalist Cohort from our Data Empowerment Challenge.
Learning Lab with Aapti Institute | Data Sharing and Stewardship
Learning Lab with Societal Platform | Data Empowerment Toolkit
Round Table | Technology as an Enabler for Data Empowerment: Opportunities and Challenges
Round Table | Scaling Data Models to create Sustainable Impact
Highlights and recordings from these sessions will be shared on our website.
4:00 pm to 5:30 pm IST
Enabling Innovations for Data Empowerment: A Vision for the Future
In extensive conversations and dialogues over the last year, what emerged strongly was the crucial need to build on data innovation as an enabler to create better systems and processes. Data can be the foundation for meaningful policy-making, efficient resource allocation, and effective public service delivery – but what are current gaps and opportunities in the Data ecosystem? Through this session, we aim to bring together key stakeholders across the sector, to address the need to enable data innovation.
Some broad questions that we hope to address:
• How can organizations can continue to adapt to a rapidly changing world using data-driven and technology-enabled processes to create greater impact across communities?
• What role can key stakeholders play to develop capabilities of social and civic organizations, uncover new insights and trends from their data and build programs that are more impactful for the communities they work with?
• What can we do to channel this next wave of innovation to put social impact & data empowerment first? In addition, how do we determine what data empowerment for the end user truly means?
• What can we do to ensure that we are listening to the most vulnerable, the most affected, the voices who are too often lost out of decision-making?