Data for what? A conversation with policymakers and practitioners on the use of evidence and data on forced displacement
The role of data in policymaking was at the center of this seminar organized by the JDC as part of its Quarterly Seminar Series and which also represented the JDC contribution to the UN World Data Forum 2020.
The JDC held a seminar on Perception Surveys among Displaced Populations – Lessons Learned and Innovations, with Phuong Pham and Patrick Vinck of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative.
A two-day workshop was organized in May in conjunction with the Government of Estonia to advance anonymization and aggregation practices as a first step in establishing a campaign to make UNHCR’s registration data more accessible.
The JDC, in March 2020, held a seminar titled “A Market for Work Permits” with Martin Ravallion, Edmond D. Villani Professor of Economics, Georgetown University.
1st Research Conference on Forced Displacement The JDC partnered with the Evidence for Policy Design (EPoD) and Middle East Initiative (MEI) at Harvard University, Population Studies and Training Center at Brown University and World Bank’s Development Economics...
The Joint Data Center hosted a seminar with Professor Guy Grossman based on his new paper published with co-authors Christopher Blair and Jeremy Weinstein.
JDC Spotlight Session on Data and Evidence at the Global Refugee Forum 2019: Improving Refugee Response Through Evidence.
The Center held a session on data and evidence at the 2019 Global Refugee Forum.