Call for research proposals on data justice

The Alan Turing Institute’s Public Policy Programme, working closely with the Office for Artificial Intelligence and Global Partnership on AI (GPAI), are seeking to fund global partners to conduct research on DataJustice. RIA’s executive director, Dr Alison Gillwald is the co-lead of the data justice work stream at the GPAI.

The application deadline is 6 October 2021 at midnight globally. Find out about how to apply here.

Advancing Data Justice Research and Practice is a collaboration between the Global Partnership on AI (GPAI), the Alan Turing Institute, and participants and communities across the globe. The partnership is seeking participants’ feedback via a survey and community source bank. The partnership seeks to engage individuals with diverse and contextually specific lived experiences in the context of data and to ground its work in what matters most to people affected by AI/ML. Contributions to the survey and community source bank will help achieve this.

More information on how to get involved can be found here.