Evelyn presenting at the OECD Paris21 Cross-Regional Forum on Building Trust in Data

On 29 October, Evelyn will be participating on a panel on ‘Trust and the role of official statistics in the future.’ Her presentation is on ‘forging participatory state‐citizen relations for trusted statistics.’ Paris21 – Partnership in Statistics for Development in the 21st Century – promotes the better use and production of statistics throughout the developing world.[…]

Data Politics book co-edited by Evelyn Ruppert now Open Access

Data Politics: Worlds, Subjects, Rights (2019) co-edited by Didier Bigo, Engin Isin, and Evelyn Ruppert, is now Open Access and available for downloading here. The book will be discussed at an event hosted by the Mile End Institute (Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL)). A panel will feature three speakers from the book: Engin Isin (QMUL) will chair[…]

Evelyn addresses EU Directors of Methodology and IT

On 2 July, Evelyn delivered a keynote on citizen engagement to the plenary meeting of the EU directors of methodology and IT. The meeting, held at the Eurostat offices in Luxembourg, focused on ‘Trusted Smart Statistics’.  Evelyn’s keynote addressed the theme of the meeting by speaking to two recent articles written for international statistics journals: Citizen[…]

Stephan Scheel’s book published, Autonomy of Migration? Appropriating Mobility within Biometric Border Regimes

Stephan Scheel’s book, Autonomy of Migration? Appropriating Mobility within Biometric Border Regimes, was recently published with Routledge. The book draws on ethnographic research conducted as part of his PhD and examines how migrants appropriate mobility in the context of biometric border controls. The book mobilises new analytics and empirics in  debates about the politics of migration[…]

New book co-edited by Evelyn Ruppert on Data Politics

Didier Bigo, Engin Isin, and Evelyn Ruppert recently published an edited collection, Data Politics: Worlds, Subjects, Rights (2019, Routledge). Building on a commentary first published in Big Data & Society, the book explores how data has acquired the capacity to reconfigure relations between states, subjects, and citizens.  A blog about the book can be found here.