Help Expand A Policy Visualization Tool

ProjectPolicy.org is a startup effort established by a team of Cambridge researchers working to make it easier to access policy-relevant data.  The project has earned recognition from a couple of startup competitions in the U.K. and should be able to release a beta edition of their tools early next year.  This is a short video explaining how the tool might work:

They are looking for help, and are advertising for Policy Fellows and a Technology Associate.  The Policy Fellows would work remotely, gathering and curating data for a particular geographic region.  The Technology Associate could work virtually (though I have a hard time seeing it), and could do this alongside relevant undergraduate studies.  It would likely require a longer time commitment per week than the Policy Fellows.

This is a startup, so they are looking for students and the rewards are in growing experience and expertise.  I wish them good fortune.

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