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Inspiring open-data-driven initiatives

This page contains a webcast recording from the Data + Public Money session at the 3rd International Open Data Conference.


This session will explore evidence of the impact of open data on government accountability and discuss how citizens and civil society organizations can use government open data to inform and empower.

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Moderator: Maciek Hawrylak

  • Sarah Johns
  • Panthea Lee
  • Eko Prasetyo
  • Florencia Coelho
  • Mor Rubinstein
  • Jan Gondol

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Write up

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  • Once you can #FollowTheMoney you need to find ways for citizens to #LeadTheWay June 5, 2015 A guest post by Eva Constantaras on the Data + Public Money panel at IODC15.  Together the open data community has come together to #followthemoney and liberate the data needed to stamp out corruption. Now they are finding out how to get citizens to #leadtheway. Understanding how public money is spent is a fundamental goal […]
  • A Visualization to Follow Money and Spark Collaboration May 28, 2015 A guest post from Jed Miller on understanding data on financial flows.  When we present data and information, the medium is often the message. “Download our full dataset (19MB),” sends a different message than “New figures suggest the oil spill would cover Lake Erie.” The tension between data depth and clear narratives is not a […]



Presentation from: Eko Prasetyo

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