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Inspiring open-data-driven initiatives

This page contains a webcast recording from the Toward Global Open Data Principles session at the 3rd International Open Data Conference.


Presenters from governments, multilateral organizations, and civil society will share their experiences in the domain of open data principles, and will discuss how the global community can design principles that support both countries advanced in open data and those who are just taking their first steps.

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Moderator: José Alonso

  • Stephen Walker
  • Ania Calderón
  • John Brandolino
  • Paul Zeitz

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Write up

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  • The Open Data Charter: Doing Open Data Well with Global Principles June 5, 2015 A guest post from Mélanie Brunet and Lynne McAvoy about the Open Data Charter plenary at IODC15.  Despite the increasing number of open data initiatives around the world, the challenge of doing open data well remains. How can sectors and countries with various experiences and capacities come together to follow common principles? The Open Data Charter, currently […]


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