Transparency trumps objectivity

Visualizations can help hold governments accountable. How much aid was promised? How much sent? How much actually received? And can what happens in Haiti change the conversation. Transparency trumps objectivity.

Haiti Earthquake: Who has given what

Haiti Earthquake: Who has given what

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One Response to “Transparency trumps objectivity”
  1. Sam says:

    Mark – bit lost on what you mean by transparency trumps objectivity? Can you explain more? Surely these are objective figures, communicated transparently – not either/or?

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