Scraping Contracts, Digging Dfid

In an article on the Guardian Data Blog Claire Provost outlined how the recent furore over consultancy spending by the Department for International Development (Dfid) should not be about turning the aid tap off but about making aid work for the donor country. One way to promote development in donor countries is to untie aid, to … Continue Reading →

To My Fellow Fellows

I am not Asian nor Caucasian although I have both in me. I am not religious nor agnostic although I have lived in countries of many different faiths. I have studied across the science and art disciplines although I practice neither. I am neither journalist nor developer. I am female although I work in male-dominated … Continue Reading →