As data-driven technologies and digital ecosystems increasingly intersect with migrants, refugees, and the displaced, what are the social impacts, consequences, and tradeoffs? This project bridges the knowledge gap surrounding technological interventions, and addresses a diverse set of themes–movement, economic inclusion, integration, asylum, identification, information seeking, rights, health, and social support.
Human Rights, Data, and Migration
About this Project
Harvard Business ReviewD&S researcher Mark Latonero provides an overview of the role of large tech companies in refugee crises. While the 40-page brief is filled with arguments in support of immigration, it hardly speaks about refugees, except t... Read on Harvard Business ReviewMay 2017