Data Justice Lab publishes Public Sector Guidebook on Civic Participation

The Data Justice Lab has published a guidebook for the public sector to support efforts in advancing civic participation in the roll-out of data analytics systems in delivering public services. As part of our project Towards Democratic Auditing and with input from the Ada Lovelace Institute, the guidebook offers suggestions for public sector institutions that wish to involve the public in decisions on the implementation of data analytics. It highlights practices such as citizen juries, community oversight, and citizen-oriented data infrastructures, and it points to a range of useful examples and further resources.

The guidebook can be downloaded as pdf in the English and Welsh language.

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