Data Visualization Officer, Public Affairs and Communications Directorate
Vincent Finat-Duclos works for the OECD in the Public Affairs and Communication Directorate. After a few years as a data editor, he now works on the external communication of data for the OECD and is a project manager for the OECD Better Life Index, a project on citizen engagement and measurement of well-being. Prior to working at the OECD, he worked in the private sector as a business analyst for Orange in Brussels and in Marketing research at LU. Vincent graduated from Paris IX Dauphine with a specialisation in decisional mathematics applied to social sciences.
March 19, 2019, 3 p.m.
· George Marshall Room (Chateau)
For years, the OECD has been examining and promoting wellbeing as a cornerstone of policy-making, to get us beyond the use of GDP as a sole measure.
Throughout this process, they’ve aimed to be inclusive and shed light on the fact that wellbeing is both personal and collective. They developed the Better Life Index, an online tool to engage with citizens and learn what matters most for their quality of life in an effort to complement official statistics.
This workshop explores ways to connect the public, policy and politics to deliver on this mission.
The Civic Tech conference that plugs a gap in debate, networking and research between practitioners, commentators, academics and funders of civic technology.
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