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Tuesday, October 27 • 15:30 - 17:00
The pivotal role of infomediaries in social change LIMITED

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Objectives:

Open Data still largely remain theory: there remains a need to translate usually complex data into actionable information by providing it in ways and formats that are understandable and relevant to maximize their potential to affect change. Infomediaries take on a pivotal role in this process. They assume a public information responsibility, gathering, analyzing and disseminating data and translating it into actionable information that engages and empowers citizens, and lead to collective action. But is their role sufficiently understood?

Julia Hoffmann (Hivos), Shita Laksmi (SEATTI) and Raisa Valda (La Pública) will talk about what it takes for infomediaries to do their job and will present two successful cases of infomediaries' work at its best: DataBO (Bolivia) and #Hackjak2015 (Indonesia)


Speakers
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Jose Alonso

HIVOS/Making All Voices Count
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Raisa Valda Ampuero

La Pública Bolivia
Social Media Strategist and Community Manager, 5+ years’ experience. Social Entrepreneur, team member of digital platform La Pública.
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Julia Hoffmann

Programme Development Manager, hivos
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Shita Laksmi

Program Development Manager, Hivos
I am now the Program Development Manager at Hivos Regional Office Southeast Asia in Transparency and Accountability and Freedom of Expression topics. Prior to this, I was responsible for the daily implementation of two regional projects at Hivos, the Making All Voices Count (www.makingallvoicescount.org/) and Southeast Asia Technology and Transparency Initiative (www.seatti.org). | | I have more than 14 years of experience in profit/not for... Read More →


Tuesday October 27, 2015 15:30 - 17:00
Sala de Directores

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