Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
I thank you all for your presentations.
Before I ask my question to Ms. Goba, I feel obliged to say that I think it's entirely reasonable for us to question and examine and put the spotlight on police services and the question of systemic discrimination, for the simple reason that we give licence to our police services to use lethal force. As a black man who runs comparatively a 700% risk of suffering lethally from the use of force just because of the colour of my skin, it seems entirely normal that I would want to question this issue.
My question to you, Ms. Goba, is regarding disaggregated data. We've had a number of witnesses talk about the importance of disaggregated data. I was wondering, given your experience, whether you would be able to point us in the direction of any jurisdictions that have successfully used disaggregated data to take concrete actions that led to an improvement in terms of reducing the differentiation that leads to systemic discrimination.