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Measure What Matters Global Conference

Organiser(s): IWDA Topics Data sources | Gender
2020-04-06 00:00:00 2020-04-08 00:00:00 Australia/Sydney Measure What Matters Global Conference Following four years of global research and refinement, the Individual Deprivation Measure’s important findings will be released in April next year at the IWDA inaugural conference, 'Measure what Matters: data to leave no one behind'. Crawford School of Public Policy 132 Lennox Crossing Canberra, ACT 2600 IWDA Calendar Register
Following four years of research and refinement, the Individual Deprivation Measure’s important findings will be released in April next year at the global conference, Measure What Matters: data to leave no one behind.It will bring together global thinkers and practitioners to showcase the value of gender sensitive data collected at the individual level, particularly data about poverty and inequality. IWDA will also highlight global efforts to close gender data gaps and leave no one behind.The conference will run from 6 – 8 April 2020 at The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. IWDA are thrilled to announce the keynote speakers for this conference. The broader program is currently under development. It will give attendees opportunities to hear from thought leaders about measurement innovations, why they matter, and their implications for policy and programming, advocacy and change. There will also be opportunities to join hands-on workshops and hear panel discussions about the twin challenges of poverty and inequality and ways to accelerate action.The current IDM Program is a partnership between the Australian National UniversityInternational Women’s Development Agency and the Australian Government through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

For more information and resources please explore the IDM website.

More speakers will be announced as the program is finalised in the lead up to the conference. Register now and to be alerted to key conference information,