When developing new technologies, responsible organisations know that it is essential to consider the ways in which these technologies may, positively or negatively, impact society. However, the effects that new technologies can have on the world is often very difficult to anticipate. Social Impact Assessments (SIA) identify how new projects, technologies or services might impact particular communities and the wider society in order to mitigate potential risks and maximise positive impact.
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Identifying victims of #humantrafficking is crucial to ensure they are not penalised for offences they committed while being trafficked. In this blog, @jmuraszkiewicz & Prof. Piotrowicz comment on a #CourtofAppeal judgment and the role of expert witnesses
Whose Evidence Counts? Problems in the Identification of Victims of Trafficking - Refugee Law Initiative Blog
Blog post by Dr Julia Muraszkiewicz (Trilateral Research) and Professor Ryszard Piotrowicz (Dept of Law and Criminolog...
How can we use #data to support better decision-making around #societal problems? In this blog, we attempt to truly understand #HumanTrafficking by delving deeper into the many layers that lie beneath #data & #analytics. #HumanRights
Digging deep: The picture beneath the data on human trafficking - Trilateral Research
How can we use data to support better decision-making around societal problems? In this blog, we attempt to truly ...
Have you been a #victim of crime? @TRIResearch_ is conducting a survey to investigate & understand crime victims’ experience with the Garda Síochána & the impact of these interactions. Fill in the survey https://bit.ly/3wU8gVO if eligible and read more https://www.trilateralresearch.com/understanding-crime-victims-experience-survey/
On #WorldDayAgainstTrafficking, we urge policy-makers and first responders to listen to victims and survivors voices. Our responses must be grounded in their contexts and needs.