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Depopulation Data Challenge Examining Depopulation Through A New Lens

Depopulation Data Challenge: Examining Depopulation Through a New Lens

Challenge call for individuals and organizations to use alternative data sources and bring new insights on depopulation

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Reproducing inequality: How AI image generators show biases against women in STEM

This blog explores the ways in which AI algorithms can reproduce gender stereotypes, and how this can have real-world implications for women in STEM.

Digital Nomads

Digital Nomads

We are investigating the value that digital nomads and other types of digital professionals bring to the development of a place, and testing how to maximize it.

Returning Point And Job Market Opportunity

Returning point and job market opportunity

Accelerator Lab and Returning point collaboration with Infostud, the largest job market company in Serbia, on creating new job opportunities for Serbian diaspora and returnees (Serbian only)

Op Ed By Francine Pickup (UNDP Serbia Resident Representative) For The Belgrade Security Forum On The Strategic Direction For Addressing Depopulation In Serbia

Two Things We Can Do to Prepare Our Societies for Changing Demographics

Op-ed by Francine Pickup (UNDP Serbia Resident Representative) for the Belgrade Security Forum on the strategic direction for addressing depopulation in Serbia

Depopulation Data Challenge Solution 4 Biosense Depopulation Sensing By Integrative Knowledge Discovery From Big Data

Depopulation Data Challenge Solution #4 – Biosense – Depopulation sensing by integrative knowledge discovery from big data

The solution developed by the PopInsight team of researchers from the BioSense Institute in Novi Sad (a winner of the Depopulation Data Challenge) used mobile, satellite and open data in order to better understand state-level depopulation trends

We Know Business As Usual Doesn’t Work. But What Does The Alternative Look Like

We know business as usual doesn’t work. But what does the alternative look like?

First in a three-part blog series explaining the portfolio approach as an instrument for system transformation, what it means and looks like in practice and how it differs from a traditional project approach. Based on an interview with Irena Cerovic (Head of Solutions mapping) as an early practitioner in UNDP

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