Welcome to the Data Associations in Global Law and Policy project. This project launched in December 2015 with an interdisciplinary workshop and public forum outlined on this website. The project's aim is to explore the significance for global legal relations and governance decision-making of growing reliance on data analytics.
Participants to date have included leading researchers and theorists of law, science and technology studies, social and political theory, cultural and media studies, communication and information technology, human rights, and anthropology and cognate fields as well as practitioners of data science. We welcome interest or questions about this project from fellow researchers and members of the public.
'Data Associations in Global Law & Policy: A Workshop for New Writing' was held at UNSW Law in Sydney, Australia on Thursday 10 - Saturday 12 December 2015. The Workshop program may be downloaded in PDF format below. Workshop schedule.pdf
- Presenters and rapporteurs
- Frequent Asked Questions
- Participants information
- Photo gallery
- Public forum