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2016 Impact Summit - XIIth International Conference of the Community Indicators Consortium
GPS for Well-being: Navigating Data for Sustainable, Equitable Communities 
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Tuesday, September 27 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
1) Bogota Como Vamos: Measuring well-being in urban contexts - Drawbacks and advantages; 2) Tasajera Tides: Small-scale indicator systems in vulnerable communities

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Experiences in Indicator Implementation in two very different contexts: 

1) Bogota Como Vamos: Measuring well-being in urban contexts - Drawbacks and advantages (Restrepo) 

2) Tasajera Tides: Small-scale indicator systems in vulnerable communities (Teodoro/ Wright ) 
This presentation outlines a low-cost, small-scale and highly replicable model for establishing community information systems in small, vulnerable communities by examining Tasajera Tides, an indicator system in coastal El Salvador.  The presentation will provide a critical analysis of Tasajera Tides methodologies and outline universal and distinctive featuresof the project, including community engagement approaches, participatory instruments, project governance, indicator selection, data collection,and cost-efficiency. We aim to share how, through theTasajera Tides model, small communities may gain the opportunity to takeownership of their own development through increased access to information capital.



Moderator
avatar for Charles Thrift

Charles Thrift

Project Manager, IISD
Charles Thrift is a project manager for IISD’s Knowledge for Integrated Decisions program. Charles is the lead on many of IISD’s projects relating to community and sustainability indicator systems, including Peg, a community indicator system that tracks indicators that reflect... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Omar Orostegui Restrepo

Omar Orostegui Restrepo

DIRECTOR, BOGOTA COMO VAMOS
Director, Bogota Como Vamos, which is a special program for measuring changes in the quality of uban life. Master degree in Development Studies from University of Manchester and Postgraduate diploma from University of London, Bachelor degree in Political Science from Javeriana University... Read More →
avatar for Daniel Teodoro

Daniel Teodoro

Project Director, Mareas de Tasajera
I am currently doing a PhD at the University of Maryland, in the Geographical Sciences Department. My focus is on indicator systems in vulnerable communities. I am one of the founders of "Mareas de Tasajera" (or Tasajera Tides, English), and I would like to talk to people about the... Read More →


Tuesday September 27, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm EDT
Angle 8th Fl

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