Florencia Roveri, Nodo TAU, Argentina

GISWatch is a unique experience, I think. Don´t know if there is a similar project in other fields. Having each year the possibility of tackling a particular issue of the field of rights and ICT, convoquing experts to analyse it from different perspectives and counting with about 50 countries in each edition, to get down that analysis to each particular territory is very valuable.

GISWatch is a unique experience, I think. Don´t know if there is a similar project in other fields. Having each year the possibility of tackling a particular issue of the field of rights and ICT, convoquing experts to analyse it from different perspectives and counting with about 50 countries  in each edition, to get down that analysis to each particular territory is very valuable.

The process of development of the reports is really fluid. The methodoloy defined some years ago of focusing on a particular story in each country is really interesting and revealing of some sutile aspect. It also is very nice and challenging excercise for us as reporters. We also appreciate the edition process, in which the texts get really very precise and in a very respectful way of originals.

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