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The Lexicon of Experience – representing marginalised voices for more inclusive design

The voices of marginalised people are seldom represented within technical applications. Mapping systems for planning the built environment aren’t always inclusive of their lived experiences. Bias is baked into how

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Join our team as a fundraiser or a business analyst

We’re growing here at Open Data Manchester – and that means three brand-new opportunities to join our team – particularly if you have an understanding of ethical use of data, data

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Co-operative Group signs up to the Declaration – find out how you can get involved too

Using data ethically, whether in the ways we collect, use and share data, or how we design systems that use it, is key to the Declaration for Responsible and Intelligent Data

Report and video: what we’ve learned about designing a data cooperative

Open Data Manchester has been working with the Carbon Co-op for the past year to develop and test a data-cooperative model for small, energy cooperatives like theirs. The project was

How to Build a Data Cooperative with Astha Kapoor, Hays Witt and Julian Tait

We know that increasing amounts of data exist identifying who we are and what we do, much of which is controlled and used by private companies, so there is growing