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.
Data & Society“Digital Identity in the Migration & Refugee Context” analyzes the challenges of continually collecting identity data from migrants & refugees. Read moreApril 2019
Data & SocietyReport provides new evidence of the critical role internet connectivity and mobile devices play in the lives and wellbeing of this population. Read moreApril 2018