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Envisioning and finding your place in an integrated and open labor data ecosystem: challenges & opportunities
The role of data and data-driven decision-making has become central to the supply chains and labor rights space. In tandem, the number of tools and initiatives working on these issues has multiplied. Despite strides made on supply chain transparency, the challenge remains that organizations tend to collect labor data in silos with only a few datasets shared between initiatives.

This lack of interconnectedness is curbing the ability of organizations to achieve their common goal - that of improving the lives of workers in supply chains around the world.

So, can there be an integrated and open data ecosystem for organizations working on labor rights in supply chains?

In this webinar, we will discuss research findings on the current challenges and opportunities that different types of organizations face for the use and leverage of labor data. We will demystify key data concepts, techniques, and technologies that can be used for more and better data sharing; and make practical recommendations for the role you can play in this transformation, no matter where you sit on the data spectrum.

Some of the questions that will be covered:
What does it mean to “open up” labor data?
Can labor data be open?
Where do I start?

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