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4SD Aug 26
Can we harness the full power of with half the world still offline? Join the second in on 22-24 October 2018 to find innovative ways to measure global progress towards the ! More info:
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Open Data Watch Apr 5
The team is pleased to invite you to the upcoming webinar on “Trust in Data and Statistics” on Thursday, 25 April 2019 at 10:00 am (EDT). Mark your calendars and join us alongside and .
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Data2X Nov 16
The Knowledge Weekly via is a great resource to add to your list! This week's issue focuses on blogs, reports, & case studies launched alongside the . Check it out here:
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Data2X Nov 8
. press fellow shares thoughts on and the inaugural press fellowship at the . The resounding conclusion? "If we want to make sure everyone counts, we need to count everyone."
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Saurav Bhattarai Oct 23
Opening up data alone is not enough. Data that is opened is not always what is needed. For an African women who goes by feeding babies, taking care of household-it should help to understand value of her job. on increasing trust in data & statistics.
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HelpAge Oct 30
Making the invisible visible: ageism and older people's rights feature in this summary from from last week's : 📊📈
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IOM GMDAC Nov 2
Our new data-gram is out! Find updates: 📌 📌Migration data workshops in the Carribean & South Africa 📌MIDSA 📌Prague Process 📌new publications 📚 ---- Read & subscribe ➡️
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Sabá Loftus Aug 21
Contribute to the second (22-24 October 2018, Dubai). Data is changing decision making EXPLORE innovative ways to use data & statistics to measure global progress w/ More:
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Global Pulse Oct 30
Check out the 2018 report on -driven development just released by the . It includes a chapter from Global Pulse on the responsible use of and . Read the report: , ,
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Saurav Bhattarai Nov 3
"My experience with data and daydreaming" - Here's my little effort as a blog to comprehend the discussions around UN World Data Forum.
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Rosemary Orlale Oct 24
Just announced, Bern in Switzerland will host the 2020 UN World Data Forum while Kenya will host the International Open Data Conference in 2020
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UN World Data Forum Oct 24
At closing session launches Dubai Declaration calling for innovative funding mechanism to strengthen capacity of national data and statistical systems as presented by Stefan Schweinfest.
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Danielle Doughman Oct 24
should never replace nuanced, narratives and research. Please let’s not lower expectations for govt decision-makers. Infographics only start the conversation.
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Nkechi Coker Oct 23
Every step she took felt like she was closing the . The awe on my face had someone saying to me - I can tell you are from Nigeria! I have never been more proud to say YES I AM! My highest point at the Thank you , you jolted something in me!
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Aidan McGuire Oct 22
Excellent point from Hernán Muñoz: Politicians come and go but NSOs stay. So need to constantly introduce new politicians to the role of NSO "Museums of statistical series" (TA1.01) The Political Economy of Statistical Capacity
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Azavea Oct 22
We're proud to be partnering with to support satellite imagery and geospatial analysis on the newly announced . If you're attending the , stop by the booth for a demo tomorrow from our very own .
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Nnenna Oct 24
My 3 challenges: 1. Adopt "Open by default" in public data 2. Improve collaboration and communication across data communities 3. Improve rights and protection of personal data + privacy.
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IATI Oct 22
At ? Passionate about ? Check out the International Aid Transparency Initiative - providing data on the spending over 1 million & projects worldwide. Find out more...
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Open Knowledge Intl Dec 7
"All the learnings of are hard to sum-up in words, but we need to ensure that quality, relevant, timely, open and disaggregated data are made available and accessible to all users" - ,
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Shaida Badiee 24h
Preparing for the "Trust in Data and Statistics" webinar next week with two super smart and experienced statisticians on the panel: Frances Perucci and Padraig Dalton Join us if you can and share.
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