How do biases affect how we interact with others? We explored this question during our recent Data Leaders Fellowship workshop where we looked at citizen engagement as an interactive two way process that encourages participation, exchange of ideas and flow of conversation. An effective citizen feedback framework considers trust, participation, language, context and bias as components that work together to ensure that the maximum level of engagement is achieved.
Tag: Citizen Engagement
#FichaUchi is a social media campaign that was aimed at demystifying the Data Protection concept by providing factual, age-appropriate information about Data Protection.
When undertaking any project, it is important to note that it will usually involve multiple stakeholders; and each one potentially has the ability to speed
As the year 2019 comes to a close, we are in a reflective state. This year was for us so transitory, that we intentionally deferred
My friends and I (about 10 volunteers) have been doing data entry work at the Open Institute for the last two weeks. We have been
One of the locations that The Open Institute had targeted to study and gather evidence on agriculture and farming community was Bahati location. Bahati location
The weather was overcast and dull but like ants that make their way out of their earthly nests so did the residents of the Kirima
Bahati Location, marked the final location of Community Leaders Induction. Since we understand that an organised community is a crucial ingredient to successful citizen participation
We are almost coming to the end of the journey we commenced in the beginning of this month of organising the communities of Nakuru North
We commenced week two of Community Leaders Induction at Rurii location, Nakuru North sub-county. The momentum for the Induction process is established now. We are