UNU research provides guidance for navigating the changing geo-economic landscape while more effectively monitoring and evaluating economic progress and its social impacts. Our work in Africa, for example, is helping establish robust information systems to monitor and evaluate economic progress and its social impacts, thereby helping planners to transform skewed development into opportunities for sustainable livelihoods.
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A call to action to set a transformative agenda and responsibly unlock the value of data for all.
A global vision for data cooperation to bridge the digital divide and spur international investment.
Global Data Sharing Arrangements between UNHCR and other UN entities and International Organizations
Facilitating transparent and efficient personal data sharing while adhering to relevant principles and standards.
Critical and innovative thinking to ensure data production benefits people and planet.
Examples from Vienna within the Austrian and European Context.
Public Data Commons as a Policy Framework for the Data Impact Hub and the Mutual Commitment Framework
A framework for data sharing - based on the principles of commons-based data governance.
Sharing knowledge and practices to help eradicate modern slavery.
Enhancing the development impacts of remittances and migrants investments.
Prioritizing and advancing data as the bedrock for social and economic development.
Accelerating the establishment of operational (and legally cognizable) data collaboratives.