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TReNDS seeking a dynamic and talented mid-career professional to manage a series of strategic research programs relating to data science and new methodological approaches for monitoring sustainable development. Learn more about the role and how to apply here
Jonathan Glennie reflects on institutional innovation in an interview with the UAE Federal Competitiveness and Statistics Authority’s Malik Al Madani.
TReNDS releases a new report on the return on investment for women and girls when resources are put towards civil registration and vital statistics systems, part of “Why CRVS systems matter for women and girls” from the International Development Research Centre’s Centre of Excellence for CRVS Systems.
TReNDS member Dilek Fraisl works for the Center for Earth Observation and Citizen Science at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), while at the same time pursuing her PhD in Social and Economic Sciences at the University of Natural Resources and Life Science Vienna.
Is real-time data for the SDGs possible in our time? Join TReNDS and the Global Partnership on Sustainable Development Data in identifying indicators with the most timely data for sustainable development.
The February 2019 edition of the Disaster Risk Reduction & Open Data Newsletter includes a call for contributions for TReNDS’ Contracts for Data Collaboration project, how to derive value from geospatial information, and more.
Data are the new currency of the glamorous World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland. TReNDS Director Jessica Espey reflects on this and other revelations from the 2019 event.
Steven Ramage of the Group on Earth Observations reflects on the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2019 and the Blockchain + AI + Human Summit.
TReNDS member Virginia Murray is the Head of Global Disaster Risk Reduction for Public Health England, as well as a co-chair or member of various disaster risk management committees and research networks.
TReNDS, the GovLab at New York University, University of Washington’s Information Risk Research Initiative, and the World Economic Forum are joining forces to create an online library of data sharing agreements.