Nandini Chami spoke at two roundtables during the Data Justice Conference, 2021 on May 20-21. The conference, hosted by the Data Justice Lab at Cardiff University’s School of Journalism, Media and Culture (JOMEC), brought together international scholars, practitioners, activists, and community groups to discuss the possibilities and challenges of civic participation in a datafied society.
Details of the roundtables:
1. Data Rights And Economic Justice
Speakers: Maria Savona (Sussex University, UK), Chris Marsden (Sussex University, UK), Javier Ruiz (Digital Rights Expert, UK), and Nandini Chami (IT for Change, India)
2. Towards A New Vocabulary For Data Sovereignty — Unpacking Emerging Frameworks
Speakers: Nandini Chami (IT for Change, India), Arindrajit Basu (Centre for Internet and Society, India), Linnet Taylor (University of Tilburg, Netherlands), Donna Cormack (University of Otago, New Zealand)