The website https://sdg-tracker.org/ provides excellent summaries and visualisations on Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). From the website: The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are targets for global development adopted in September 2015, set to be achieved by 2030. Here we present data across all available indicators from the Our World in Data database tracking progress towards these goals around … Continue reading Website Tracks Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)
UNU-Wider has created a super easy tool to visualise inequality, and they have a GIF to prove it 🙂 The tool provides some useful drop downs and filters to quickly get accurate data on inequality. To access the tool, click here. https://twitter.com/UNUWIDER/status/837604295830880258
I consider visualising data to be a crucial step in ensuring that people understand whatever I am trying to explain. There are of course, good visualisations and bad visualisations. I have had my share of both. But, what if visualisations are not just simply good or bad, but perpetuate inequality. Stephanie Evergreen and Vidhya Shanker are running … Continue reading How Dataviz Can Unintentionally Perpetuate Inequality
Counting Women's Work is an international research project, that is: Bringing women’s total economic contributions into view and revealing patterns of difference by gender. The infographic below is for South Africa, and tells a story of inequality in household labour. A reminder to all of us, that a more equal future starts at home.