“Urban Data, Inequality and Justice in the Global South” International Workshop

Sorry, this event has now ended.

The workshop is a collaborative initiative of the Sustainable Consumption Institute and Centre for Development Informatics, University of Manchester, with funding support from the International Development Research Centre and Global Development Institute.

- Richard Heeks & Satyarupa Shekhar: Datafication, development and marginalised urban communities: an applied data justice framework

- Shyam Krishna: Aadhaar-led identification and datafication among informal workers in South India: a data-justice perspective

- Loraine Kennedy, Debdatta Chakraborty, Ram Mohan Chitta & Ashima Sood: Data justice through the prism of information politics and resource injustice. A case study from Hyderabad’s urban frontier

- Aayush Rathi & Ambika Tandon: Unpacking video-based surveillance in Delhi

- Azadeh Akbari: Spatial / data justice: mapping and digitised strolling against moral police in Iran

- Siraz Hirani, Bijal Brahmbhatt, Neha Lal & Bhumika Chauhan: Urban slums and data evidence: rethinking data-driven civic engagement

- Denisse Albornoz, Marieliv Flores & Katherine Reilly: Mapping invisible voices: building a community-based data justice model for urban data collection in informal human settlements of Lima

- Catherine Sutherland, Bahle Mazeka, Sibongile Buthelezi & Duduzile Khumalo: Mapping and urban datafication in an informal settlement in Durban, South Africa

- Jonathan Cinnamon: Visual data justice? Datafication of urban informality in South Africa using 360° imaging technologies

For further details: richard.heeks@manchester.ac.uk