How we use theoretical information and collected data is key. To target interventions to support citizens and to make strong arguments in a competitive media environment, we need to use our data to help create meaning – to help tell stories. We can use interactive info graphics, mapping tools and other technologies to reach new audiences and strengthen advocacy strategies.
We believe that presenting information and visualising data can be an incredible tool to understanding corruption and its impact on people’s lives. In our session we would like to find out how we can improve engaging with citizens and [game-changers] using existing and new technologies.
1)How much is one trillion dollars?It’s US$ 166 per person.X number of schools.A road around the equator.12 Zeros.Fund the military of NATO countries.2) The session will show you the power of data and information.3) It willl show you how to get data hiden on local government websites, and make it accessible and attractive for making change.4) It will make the step from technology and information > to citizen participation!>>> Information is power. We’ll show you how to use it.
In terms of outputs, these are the tweets that I did during the meeting, enriched by some additional links. I hope they are useful for some of you.