The case for gender data from Côte d’Ivoire

This guest blog was written by Rosemonde Apata, President of MAFUBO Côte d’Ivoire — a non-profit which works to ensure Ivorian women are financially independent, safe from violence and have access to decent housing, healthcare and education. Everyday thousands...

From open borders to open data

This week, many of us have been gripped by the story of thousands of people, mostly from Syria, trying to travel from Hungary to Germany via Austria. The story reminded me of an earlier refugee crisis. I grew up in Austria, and remember the day in 1989 when Hungary...