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Making Sense of Data in Times of Crisis: the Case of Ukraine

10 February, 2023 @ 1:00 pm 6:00 pm

On Friday, February 10, the Opora Foundation will be holding its conference ‘Making Sense of Data in Times of Crisis: the Case of Ukraine’ at The Hague Humanity Hub:

A successful policy solution is evidence-based and requires reliable data to back it up.

The aim of the conference is to:

– Outline the effective methods of data collection in crisis
– Present the latest data collected to understand forced Ukrainian displacement as well as reconstruction strategies in Ukraine.

We will reflect on methodologies and critically assess our possibilities and limitations, share good practices as well as reflect on the future.

The second aim is to make a direct link between policy-making and data interpretation, where we can share good practices and future strategies.

All sessions are prepared for academics, policy-makers and actors involved in work with:
– Vulnerable populations including displaced Ukrainians
– Reconstruction of Ukraine
– Model scenarios and predictions.

Our keynote speakers are: Evgeniya Blyznyuk (CEO Gradus) and Pawel Kaczmarczyk (Prof.Dr. Warsaw University)

Among others: Renée Frissen (CEO, OpenEmbassy), Dr. Sara Creta (investigative journalist), Prof. Huib Ernste (University of Nijmegen), Oleksadra Prokopenko (senior analyst, PwC), Ago Tominga (University of Tartu)

The Hague Humanity Hub

Fluwelen Burgwal 58
The Hague, Netherlands
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