These days, we are flooded with available data and information and misinformation. Compiling and processing accurate data and information to make it public as useful and usable knowledge takes time.
We think growing this knowledge base grow is a community effort, also because the Arena Housing Knowledge Base's aim is to serve a diverse community, which will also help us all not to miss interesting and relevant data and information that's out there.
That's why here we are listing some of the tasks we would like to carry out, and you are welcome to help us do so and to suggest content for the knowledge base. If you would like to do any of this, please get in touch with Jose Miguel Calatayud, Arena Housing Project director, at [email protected]
Go over the court cases and jurisprudence database maintained by Housing Rights Watch to include more information about court cases under their corresponding categories here in the Arena Housing Knowledge Base: http://housingrightswatch.org/jurisprudence
Review the US-based and -focused databases on housing here to come up with data research opportunities in Europe: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wZhPLMCHKJvwOkP4juclhjFgqIY8fQFMemwKL2c64vk
Process this dataset and look for additional information to include here: Privately owned public spaces in Greater London, https://data.london.gov.uk/dataset/privately-owned-public-spaces
Compile relevant data sets and visualisations from the International Monetary Fund's Global Housing Watch site to include them here under the appropriate categories: https://www.imf.org/external/research/housing/