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The International Network for Data on Impact and Government Outcomes – INDIGO - is a community of researchers, policymakers, and data enthusiasts who share an interest in using and reusing data on social outcomes. In that context, our Hack and Learn events are one of our INDIGO engagement activities. We run these events twice a year and strongly encourage our friends and colleagues to join us for two weeks of hacking and learning. Participants include a range of policymakers, practitioners, students, and senior researchers who bring their diverse perspectives to the table and co-create an output to share at the end of the event.

This report reflects on the learnings and experiences of the participants of the INDIGO Hack and Learn event that took place in March 2024. Participants include attendees that participated in the team, challenge leaders (team leaders) and co-host representatives. The objective is to collect all of these experiences in a single document, forming the basis for a discussion on how to move forward with different pieces of work, and how to design and improve future Hack and Learn events.