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Inspiring open-data-driven initiatives

This page contains a webcast recording from the Global Partnership on the Data Revolution for Sustainable Development session at the 3rd International Open Data Conference.


This session will explore potential political opportunities for filling urgent data gaps. In an interactive format, panelists will provide valuable insights on whether creation of a new global partnership for development data could accelerate closing our many data gaps. How could it help with improving the statistical capacity in low-income countries; help establish better norms and standards; fill funding gaps; and promote more open data and expand data usage and data impact?

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Moderator: Shaida Badiee

  • Chukwudozie Ezigbalike
  • Martin Tisné
  • Rachel Quint
  • David McNair
  • Neil Fantom

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