Jonny Casey Gender Equality and Technology Innovation

Jonny leads the organisation's efforts to mainstream gender across its work, and supports the organisation's policy advocacy on Technology Justice. Jonny is leading a pioneering research project, Technology and the Future of Work, with WIEGO and the Rockefeller Foundation, and supports the team's work on post-2015 global processes.

Jonny is a graduate of Lancaster University and Linnaeus University, has conducted rural livelihoods research into primary school dropout rates in Mozambique, and previously worked on outreach projects with disadvantaged children and institutional carbon management strategies.

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  • Complexity doesn’t have to be confusing
    I was recently inspired by a talk by Danny Budzak at the International Data and Information Management Conference (IDIMC) in Loughborough. Danny works for the London Legacy Development Organisation and is responsible for their knowledge management. Many of us were recently inspired by Chris Collison’s case study on IOC knowledge management so I was interested to hear Danny’s take on the reality. But in fact, the main thing that stuck in my head was Danny’s description of how office life […]
  • Knowledge systems, chains and grids
    Last week I was pleased to attend the launch of the Climate Knowledge Brokers (CKB) manifesto at DFID. It’s a really handy guide to the role of knowledge brokers, how they should go about their tasks and why they are so important. Whilst the launch of the manifesto has conveniently arrived ahead of COP21 (the 2015 Paris Climate Conference), I think the models and lessons from this document have wider importance for knowledge brokers across all sectors. In particular, the […]
  • Open Data
    Did you know that this Saturday is open data day? How can you have missed it??? Seriously it’s a good idea. It’s a chance to highlight the need for governments, donors and other institutions to open up their data and make it freely available. This is really important in international development. Sharing data is crucial if we are going to share knowledge and learning. Open data is not to be confused with Big Data. I’m just on my way back […]
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