Attualmente lavoro per il Dipartimento di Statistica della FAO e ho avuto recenti collaborazioni con CTA e la World Bank su politiche di condivisione dei dati in agricoltura.
Sono stata a lungo project manager presso il Segretariato del Global Forum on Agricultural Research and Innovation (GFAR) e ho collaborato con il Segretariato della Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition initiative (GODAN). Ho rappresentato FAO e GFAR in progetti su infrastrutture dati finanziati dalla Commissione Europea (agINFRABig Data Europe) e ho gestito le piattaforme open data CIARD RINGAgriProfiles e Agrisemantics Map in coordinazione con partner globali e regionali.

Recentemente, ho dedicato buona parte del mio lavoro all'organizzazione e facilitazione di workshop e webinar sul tema dei diritti dei contadini sui dati.

Ultimi articoli

GODAN, CTA and KTBL organized a workshop on ”Legal and Policy aspects of Open Data in Agriculture affecting farmers” on 25-26 July, 2109 in Darmstadt, Germany. The event was a follow-up of the GFAR/GODAN/CTA Expert Consultation held in Bonn in July 2018 and focused on one of the topics discussed during that meeting: codes of conduct for farm data management. Chris Addison (CTA) and I presented the work done so far on codes of conduct and the rationale behind it. Other participants from farmers' organizations, research, international organizations and governments shared their experiences and...
18/08/2019
The PAFO/AGriCord/CTA Partnership 2016-2018 aims at contributing to expanding and upscaling successes in inclusive and successful business models led by farmers organisations. It also promotes the use of data and ICTs by farmers’ organizations. As part of a consultancy with CTA, I participated in the two-day closing workshop of the partnership held in Brussels in November 2018. I presented some findings from the work done so far on farmers' data rights in collaboration between GFAR, CTA and GODAN.  Find a report of the meeting here. Live: "Fair #data governance is a...
20/11/2018
Bonn meeting group photo
There are many inter-linked issues in the whole data value chain that affect the ability of farmers, especially the poorest and most vulnerable, to access, use and harness the benefit of data and data-driven technologies.   There are policy issues (decisions on making data open and prioritizing types of data to open up to investment decisions); technical issues (availability and accessibility of the necessary data for the development of added-value services and tools that process data and make it usable for different purposes and stakeholders); ethical and legal issues (both farmers...
02/08/2018
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