Our Open Data Day 2020

March 29, 2020

For the celebration of World Open Data Day 2020 in Bogotá we at Datasketch conducted a series of lightning talks from different organizations and individuals. Around 40 participants gathered to share stories showcasing projects around Open Data. There was a diverse group of journalists, infoactivists, researchers and data curious who gather to share experiences, projects and learn about the data community to the heat of some shots.

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1025 Stains

March 08, 2019

There have been registered 1,025 murders of LGBTI people in latin america and the caribbean from January 2014 to December 2018.

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7 legal

March 05, 2019

7 countries of the Americas and the Caribbean have legalized the voluntary interruption of the pregnancy (abortion).

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8m: names of iconic women

March 04, 2019

Names of iconic women those represent the struggle, the celebration, the alliances and the conquests that women have achieved in the world.

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Little Mothers in Colombia

March 02, 2019

In Colombia, in 2017, 5,804 girls under 15 years were mothers. And only 146 of that age range could access to the legal abortion.

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How we used R to raise alarms about femicides in Colombia

January 28, 2018

Rosa Elvira, 35, was found at around 5am after she called the emergency line in a park at the heart of Bogota, Colombia. She was still alive when she was taken at around 7am to the hospital. She was raped, stabbed, strangled, and her guts were destroyed by branches that were forced through her vagina and anus. Because of this horrific episode that we now have a law of femicides in Colombia. We wanted to make a tribute.

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