For the past 2 years, IFRC has been on an internal journey to improve data literacy across teams, sectors, the IFRC Secretariat, and within National Societies. Data skills and data readiness improve our ability to use and obtain information to support and improve our decision-making. We are leaving people behind by not being equitable in the application of data skills, technology and the potential opportunities this brings. The Data Playbook Beta project is a prototype of social learning designed on modularized pick-and-choose model for 30 minute to 1 hour conversations or lunch and learns. Playbooks are designed to be guided by the users and leaders to decide what ‘activity’ or ‘action’ best suits the given need. This is very much in line with IFRC’s goal to localize humanitarian response while supporting data literacy. The aim is to be ‘introduction’ to data and complementary tool to existing content. It will not rewrite data science or data protection manuals. The Data Playbook beta is less of an instruction manual or guide and more of a collection of short, interactive and social content. Click here to learn more.