We provide an innovative skilled-volunteering solution. Through our decentral network of over 1900 skilled voluntary data scientists we democratize the potential of advanced data analysis and start projects with mission-driven organisations.
We are training committed data scientists in data privacy, project management and the communication with non-profit organizations. We are a platform to educate and connect the socially dedicated data analysts of tomorrow.
We advocate a broad dialogue about the potential and the limits of data science in civil society. We demonstrate in talks, workshops and conferences how to do good with data. We offer education for NPOs on data strategy, data privacy, data collection and data analysis.
Do you work for a NPO? You can discuss all your questions revolving around our work and data with one of our coordinators in our 1:1 data hour. Whether projects, educational sessions, events, data collection, or data analysis: we will see you there!Arrange data hour
The importance of diversity at CorrelAid: new collaboration with Citizens For Europe for a more inclusive society
In this blog post, we explain why anti-discrimination, diversity and inclusion are important to CorrelAid. We also delve into the details of our new collaboration with Citizens For Europe to work towards a more inclusive future - at CorrelAid and beyond. Including a diversity survey within CorrelAid and three Data4Good projects which kick-off with a hackathon from September 9-11. Join us!
We’re looking for members for our new ethics commission! The commission will be reviewing CorrelAid activities to make sure that we live up to our aspiration to make the world better with data science. Run for the commision and help us do that!
The potential political power of citizens with a migration background: showcasing results from CorrelAid’s #tidytuesday inspired challenge
As part of a successful cooperation between Citizens For Europe, Arndt Leininger (long-time member of CorrelAid and assistant professor for political science research methods at Chemnitz University of Technology) and Julius Lagodny (PhD candidate in political science at Cornell University), CorrelAid volunteers met up for the first TidyTuesday inspired Challenge to explore different ways to visualize the potential electoral power of people with so-called migration background in Germany.