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Advancing Data Justice Research and Practice: Table of Organisations and Annotated Bibliography

Authors: Leslie, David; Katell, Michael; Aitken, Mhairi; Singh, Jatinder; Briggs, Morgan; Powell, Rosamund; Rincón, Cami; +5 Authors

Advancing Data Justice Research and Practice: Table of Organisations and Annotated Bibliography

Abstract

This resource is divided into two primary sections. The first is an annotated bibliography of works related to our integrated literature review on data justice, and the second is a table of organisations conducting data justice or data justice adjacent work. The annotated bibliography contains works relevant to each theme of the integrated literature review which is an accompanying document to this resource. Within each theme and sub-theme key works as well as summaries are provided to direct the reader to additional readings about the topics. This annotated bibliography is not an exhaustive resource, but rather meant to serve as a starting point for learning more about these topics. The table of organisations contains information about organisations conducting data justice or adjacent data justice work across the globe. To ensure the inclusion of a diverse set of organisations from across the globe and across relevant stakeholder groups, the team adopted a three-pronged approach to the identification of organisations. First, recommendations were taken from our existing advisory board members whose expertise on data justice within their regions of operation allowed them to identify organisations which might have been missed. Second, existing networks were examined to identify small organisations working at the intersection of datafication and social justice. This included the Association of Progressive Communications whose aim is ‘empowering and supporting people working for peace, human rights, development and protection of the environment, through the strategic use of information and technologies and Privacy International who aim ‘to protect democracy, defend people’s dignity, and demand accountability from institutions who breach public trust’. Third, through active research and cascading search, additional organisations were identified based on prior work on datafication and social justice, previous experience of stakeholder engagement, and strong networks among relevant stakeholder groups. The table serves three primary purposes: (1) It embeds the important and critical work of organisations conducting data justice or adjacent data justice work in the themes and pillars outlined and detailed in the integrated literature review; (2) it demonstrates the diversity of data justice work occurring across geographies, methodologies, approaches, and intended end goals; and (3) it serves as a living repository of organisations carrying out this critical day-to-day work which can engender future collaborations and networking across the data justice environment. It is organised by five geographic regions: the Americas, Asia, Africa, Oceania, and Europe. Within each region, information about each organisation is detailed including their location by country, mission statement, an example of data activism carried out by the organisation, themes contained in the integrated literature review with which their work aligns, and key pillars – extracted from the integrated literature review – exemplified by the organisation’s work. This is not an exhaustive list of organisations across the globe, but rather a starting point and living repository of organisations carrying out meaningful data justice or adjacent data justice work.

This report was commissioned by the International Centre of Expertise in Montréal in collaboration with GPAI's Data Governance Working Group, and produced by the Alan Turing Institute. The research was supported, in part, by a grant from ESRC (ES/T007354/1), Towards Turing 2.0 under the EPSRC Grant EP/W037211/1, and from the public funds that make the Turing's Public Policy Programme possible.

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data power, economic justice, knowledge, data ethics, digital infrastructure, design justice, post-development theory, pluriverse, human rights, power, equity, data justice, AI ethics, access, intercultural ethics, data feminism, intercultural communication, social justice, participation, decolonial AI, data colonialism, digital rights

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