This document shows why big data offers an inexpensive and efficient alternative that can help close information gaps, and how it can contribute to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda.
This policy brief explores big data as a fundamental tool in monitoring and decision making for the implementation of the SDGs, as well as the challenges that big data faces in the legal field.
Cepei presents this comparative analysis of the National Voluntary Reviews presented by Latin American and Caribbean countries at the High Level Political Forum (2016-2018).
This document makes a general review of the national context regarding the use of big data to measure SDG indicators, by making a contextual recognition of the national data ecosystem and the use of non-traditional sources of data used in Costa Rica.
This document aims to describe the current challenges faced by national governments, and consequently society and the global community, with the increase of information production and the manifold possibilities to use it, disseminate it and regulate it.
This is the third edition of an independent evaluation of the National Voluntary Reports presented to the United Nations High-Level Political Forum in 2018, with the participation of Cepei and other international civil society organizations.
This briefing document prepared by Cepei, explains what are the advances and challenges of Big Data for development in Latin America, and how is Colombia in relation to the use and production of Big Data.