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Inspiring open-data-driven initiatives

This page contains a webcast recording from the Data Revolution: Will the Revolution be Open? session at the 3rd International Open Data Conference.


This panel will speak to recent developments and emerging opportunities related to the United Nations’ Data Revolution for Sustainable Development. Issues highlighted will include data supply and quality, privacy rights, and open data as a resource for inclusive, participatory and sustainable development.

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Moderator: Stephen McGurk

  • Wayne Smith
  • Catherine Woteki

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Write up

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  • Will the Data Revolution Be Open? June 9, 2015 A guest post from Mélanie Brunet For anyone who attended the 3rd International Open Data Conference, it is clear that we are in the midst of a data revolution. Furthermore, the level of enthusiasm around development data could not be higher for the revolution’s potential to be reached, it must be open. 250+ blogs about […]



Presentation from: Wayne Smith_FR

Presentation from: Wayne Smith_EN

Presentation from: Catherine Woteki

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