Understanding the world through Data
Data is essential to understand the world we live in, the decisions that are made regarding various political, social, cultural and economic issues and the impact they have on us. We know that these blog posts can help us approach national and local realities in a more comprehensive way.
Education must be reconceptualized and go beyond classes. It must be understood by all actors as the engine of society so not leave anyone behind. It imust be inclusive and of quality.
Financial transactions are a clear example of what administrative data is. These are a source of information for monitoring and closing information gaps of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
In the world, more than 1 billion people live with a disability. Now, thanks to updated and disaggregated data, it is possible to make visible the challenges and progress of this population, which is a fundamental part of the 2030 Agenda.
The energy sector is one of the main responsible for CO2 emissions, which includes activities associated with the generation of electricity. The use of renewable energy sources is an alternative to guarantee the energy supply without compromising the actions carried out by governments for climate mitigation.
ICESI University from Cali, Colombia, and Cepei announced they have established a cooperation agreement to facilitate the generation and exchange of knowledge for response and recovery towards the pandemic.
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