There is a recurrent theme in the group. How do we get other SRG members to see the potential of data and learning from it, as we do?
For over a year, we have been now talking, experimenting, learning, and reflecting about the data that may be useful to SRGs. The group is ready to pause, take stock, and decide on the final data points. These will make the basis of a ‘digital object’. What will they choose? To learn about their individual…
An object that works for everyone — who wants to be or is already in an SRG — and everywhere has been a core principle of the work.
The report How To Be Wrong is released today. It is the product of 50 or so people working in funding organisations, public systems and civil society. We read, met, reflected and wrote down ideas over a two year period. The ideas in the report feel useful to those of us in the network. But the real test is whether anybody outside our group is interested. We want to see if the ideas travel, and develop.
The work of David Spiegelhalter was part of the network’s first year of reflection.
Let me show you what I would do with my information, if I had it.
A consensus emerged about the data that would be useful to SRG members, their groups, and the movement.
John Hitchin talks here about how some of the ideas in the interim report have derived from and inform the work of Renaisi, and the prospects for the relationship between evidence and policy.
The internet in the hands of citizens, you and I included, not of a few tech giants.
As change makers, do we focus on place or people?
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