Listen to ID16.9 Podcast Episodes
The ID16.9 podcast examines progress towards the realization of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 16.9 of providing legal identity for all people, including birth registration, by 2030.
In this episode we hear from Ayang Macdonald in Yaoundé who has been speaking to people affected by a lack of ID in multiple ways.
In this episode, we’re heading to Zimbabwe to hear about the impact that a lack of ID has on individuals and the country as a whole.
In this episode we’re in conversation with Tom Fisher, senior researcher at Privacy International, a human rights and surveillance advocacy organization based in London.
In this episode, we look at how technology, legal reform and mass catch up birth registration activities help countries improve progress towards their goals.
In this episode we hear from government, civil society and the private sector about Identity Day.
In this episode we’re talking about India and its biometric identity system, Aadhaar.
In this episode, we’re looking at the role of the private sector.
We’re going in big with our first look at technology, an entire digital civil registration and vital statistics system called OpenCRVS.
In this episode we’ll hear about death registration, the role of biometrics in legal identity and get an update on progress towards a legal identity for all.
More than a billion people in the world have no legal identity – no way to prove who they are. The United Nations has pledged to fix this.
The ID16.9 Podcast trailer.