Yasmín Belén Quiroga
Director of Institutional Development Coordinator of the Judicial Power Area
Carolina Glasserman Apicella
Coordinator of the Legislative Power Area
Lena Sofia Frattini
We search observe and monitor the various data practices that directly affect the lives of women and LGBTI+ people in Latin America.
We search make visible inequalities in data, the invisibilization of women and the LGBIT+ group in them.
We search change the extractivist and capitalist logics of data production and thus generate a collective process of data production, which includes the silenced and relegated voices of our society.
We search democratize knowledge of data science, from a gender perspective to get out of the obscurantism that surrounds “algorithms”, to understand the process, intervene in it and make it our own.
We search give and acquire tools so that everyone has the opportunity to understand what the data wants to tell us.
We search questions and answers. We look for data that helps us grasp better reality.
We search detect biases, make them visible, denounce them, understand that the data are not objective.
We search privacy and protection, we seek for the judicial, legislative and executive powers to echo the urgency with which we need laws and actions that govern data, so that data does not govern us.
In short, we seek to contribute to gender equality through data because we want a fairer world for everyone.
We are a space that seeks to build a sustainable and inclusive data future from and for our region. We seek to observe and monitor the various data practices that directly affect the lives of women and LGBTI+ people in Latin America, advising those people, governments and organizations that work with and based on data, and I hear themwe offer audits, training, talks and intervention projects tailored to the needs of each space.