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Friday, August 28 • 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Zara y Michael <3 Datos: Datos responsables para el periodismo / Zara & Michael <3 Data: Responsible data for journalism - English

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EN ESPAÑOL
Descripción: Datos responsables para el periodismo
Qué significa "datos responsables" en el contexto del periodismo? Como podemos contar historias de manera ética? Trabajaremos en una checklist de preguntas a considerar para cuando estemos desarrollando nuestros proyectos de periodismo basados en datos, cubriendo temas como:-De dónde provienen estos datos?-Qué asunciones y desviaciones están presentes en estos datos?-Estos datos están siendo visualizados de manera representativa?

Resultados:
Esperamos llegar a una checklist o serie de preguntas a considerar cuando desarrollemos nuestros proyectos de periodismo de datos: Esto podría ser expandido o aplicado a un proyecto de datos que ocurra durante la hackathon por ejemplo.

Target: Hackers, software developers/ Desarrolladores y tecnólogos, Hacks, Journalists, editors / Periodistas, editores, Social, Data Activists/ Activistas Sociales, de datos 
Idealmente, gente que quiera o que haya trabajado en historias de periodismo de datos, que pueda acercarse y contar sus experiencias trabajando con datos, especialmente aquellos que se hayan enfrentado a situaciones de ética durante sus proyectos.

Requerimientos: Un espacio abierto, con post its y algún lugar en donde podamos pegarlos. 


IN ENGLISH
Description: Responsible data for journalism   
What does 'responsible data' mean in the context of journalism? How can we tell stories in an ethical way? We'll come up with a checklist of questions to consider when carrying out a data-driven journalism project, addressing topics such as:
- where does the data come from?
- what assumptions and biases are in the data?
- is the data being visualised in a representative way? "   

Outcome: We expect to come out with a checklist or series of questions to consider when carrying out a data-driven project: this could be expanded or applied to a data driven project happening during the hackathon, for example.

Target: Hackers, software developers/ Desarrolladores y tecnólogos, Hacks, Journalists, editors / Periodistas, editores, Social, Data Activists/ Activistas Sociales, de datos   
Ideally, people who want to or who have worked on data driven journalism stories, who can come and share their experiences with working with data - especially those who have faced ethical considerations during their projects.

Needs: an open space, with post it notes and somewhere we can put them up on a wall.We expect to come out with a checklist or series of questions to consider when carrying out a data-driven project: this could be expanded or applied to a data driven project happening during the hackathon, for example.

Ponentes
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Zara Rahman

Research Lead, The Engine Room
Zara Rahman is a researcher and information activist, currently working with the engine room. Previously she worked with School of Data, supporting data literacy for journalists and civil society, and before that, with OpenOil, on data in the extractive industries. Zara is fascinated by the relationship between technology and power structures, and runs a regular podcast, Collusion, on this topic.


Friday August 28, 2015 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Ciudad Cultural Konex - Antesala 1

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