UNICEF’s ‘Time Machine’ Tells Stories With Data

UNICEF’s ‘Time Machine’ Tells Stories With Data

An experiential installation at the UN General Assembly reminds us why every child matters

Jiwon Kim
  • 27 september 2016

At the beginning of the General Assembly this week, UNICEF unveiled an installation at the Secretariat Building. Labeling it a’ time machine,’ this interactive box was built in partnership with Domestic Data Streamers in order tell a story utilizing data. The purpose of this project is to get people to understand the needs of children and the importance of collecting data on all children around the world.

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