Digital Development: Leveraging Data Science and Digital Participatory Practice for Development Impact

Project Details

Description

Part of an interdisciplinary team which was awarded funding to develop a network focusing on “Digital Development: Leveraging Data Science and Digital Participatory Practice for Development Impact” consisting of 29 academics and practitioners in international and community development and digital from the UK, South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, Brazil, Norway and Macao. The purpose of the project was to develop joint research agendas around 4 themes: 1: Big Data, ‘small data’ and Data Science to inform progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals; 2: Participation and value-based design of socio-technological innovation; 3: Citizen participation, data science, ICT for peace building; 4: Youth participation and innovative digital methods (PI: Professor Dorothea Kleine: Co-I - Dr. Afua Twum-Danso Imoh along with 28 other academic and non-academic partners
Alternative titleESRC and Global Challenges Research Fund, Strategic Network Grant
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/01/1730/06/18

Structured keywords

  • SPS Children and Families Research Centre