Student Briefing Papers on Development Data Blind Spots Published Online
12th November 2021
As part of the Development Counts training programme in September 2021, undergraduate students at project partner universities formed international teams to research development data blind spots and devise recommendations for how to address them.
The teams worked on diverse data blind spots – everything from the future of homelessness data to education data in humanitarian settings- all tying closely to current and pressing issues in global development.
This week the final version of their briefing papers summarising this research have been published online – you can find them under the Briefing Papers tab of our website.