Prof. Tracey Lauriault was invited to keynote at GovMaker 2017 on the topic of Data and Technological Citizenship: Principled Public Interest Governing. She was also invited by the Treasury Board Secretariat of Canada to join the Panel: Prioritizing Data and Information for Release. She will be joining this panel as the Open North Representative. GovMaker is an excellent and engaging annual event organized by the The New Brunswick Social Policy Research Network (NBSPRN). It is always innovative, local and engaging. You can read the full agenda here.
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