UN Global Pulse Data Governance 2050 Scenarios survey – Deadline Sept. 13, 2022
- Posted by Mara Di Berardo
- On 8 September 2022
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Rohit Talwar, Co-Chair of the UK Node currently working with the Anticipation Team of the UN Global Pulse Organisation that reports to the Secretary General’s Office, invites you to take part in the UN Global Pulse Data Governance 2050 Scenarios survey.
A fuller contextual outline is provided below. Please select ‘Millennium Project’ as the survey respondent category. You can also say if you want to be involved in the subsequent sensemaking activities – although we cannot guarantee that. The survey takes around 20 minutes to complete.
Survey Link: https://app.inclus.com/form/ZfKePfafJg9NpzwT3/
The survey closes at midnight CET on September 13, 2022. For information, please contact Rohit Talwar at Rohit@fastfuture.com.
The United Nations Global Pulse is carrying out a survey to identify and assess the key emerging trends, risks, and critical uncertainties around the future of data governance. The output of this survey will help us understand the key building blocks for developing scenarios about the Future of Data Governance, e.g. plausible ways in which the future might play out. These scenarios will be used to further discuss the future implications around data governance.
The survey is divided into six themes. For each theme there is a contextual introduction followed by a series of predictive statements. You are asked to assess the likelihood / timeframe within which the statement might come true, and its potential future impact. At the end of the survey there is an opportunity to add your comments, suggestions, and questions.