Engaging Youth to Reimagine Data Use for Access to Services Workshop

Engaging Youth to Reimagine Data Use for Access to Services Workshop The Data Tank Call for Input #

Summary: Key Takeaways

The Project

The Data Tank, in collaboration with Fondation Botnar, launched our new project “Engaging youth to reimagine data use for access to service”. The project seeks to create social licenses for re-use of data, setup youth assemblies, improve youth agency and develop new approaches to self-determination for youth in the target age group (19-24 years).

The Workshop

We sought input from experts in the field to operationalize the premises regarding access to services and data, identify use cases, and solicit possible areas of collaboration. The Data Tank conducted the workshop remotely with thought leaders in the field.

In the workshop, The Data Tank presented project rationale and scenarios for data re-use for improving access and quality of services for youth. This was followed by small group discussion on the challenges, best practices, opportunities related to youth access to services and collection of data.

Goal

This workshop offered a unique platform to connect with like-minded thought leaders, passionate youth advocates, and organizations committed to making a difference. By sharing experiences and knowledge, we hope to inspire young minds and help shape the future of data-driven service access.

Key takeaways

The workshop identified definitions, risks and challenges, strategies, and paths to empowerment.

As a follow-on to the workshop, The Data Tank has issued a Call for Partnerships – Expression of Interest:
Closing Friday, September 29, 2023

datatank.link/youth-reimagine-data

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