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Global Food Safety Partnership Open Models Concept
Global Food Safety Partnership Open Models Concept
Global Food Safety Partnership Open Models Concept
Global Food Safety Partnership Open Models Concept
Global Food Safety Partnership Open Models Concept
Global Food Safety Partnership Open Models Concept
Global Food Safety Partnership Open Models Concept
Global Food Safety Partnership Open Models Concept
Global Food Safety Partnership Open Models Concept
Global Food Safety Partnership Open Models Concept
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Global Food Safety Partnership Open Models Concept

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Presentation given at Global Food Safety Partnership (GFSP) Working Group Meetings, Aarhus Denmark, April 24, 2014. Presentation based on Open Models Concept paper written by Paul Stacey, Garin Fons, …

Presentation given at Global Food Safety Partnership (GFSP) Working Group Meetings, Aarhus Denmark, April 24, 2014. Presentation based on Open Models Concept paper written by Paul Stacey, Garin Fons, and Theresa Bernardo. Paper available at: http://bit.ly/1rKij7w

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  • 1. Open Models Concept Paper GFSP Working Group Meetings, Aarhus Denmark, April 24, 2014 Paul Stacey, Associate Director of Global Learning, Creative Commons Except where otherwise noted these materials are licensed Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 (CC BY) Presentation based on Open Models Concept paper written by Paul Stacey, GarinFons, and Theresa Bernardo. Paper available at: http://bit.ly/1rKij7w
  • 2. Purpose of Open Models • Establish a framework and purpose for use of open practices by GFSP members • Create a big picture Open Ecosystem Engagement Strategy and situate GFSP global and local stakeholders within it • Define and describe nine different open practices stakeholders can adopt along with their associated value propositions • Portray China and Colombia case examples showing different paths through the open ecosystem and use of open practices • Bring forward a GFSP open policy recommendation • Recommend next steps
  • 3. Open Ecosystem Engagement Strategy
  • 4. 9 Open Practices, Value Propositions & Examples 1. Open Content 2. Open Data 3. Open Access 4. Open Government 5. Open Source Software 6. Open Standards 7. Open Policy 8. Open Licensing 9. Open Hardware
  • 5. China Case Example
  • 6. Colombia Case Example
  • 7. Open Policy Recommendation #1 • Pursue "openness" as an operating principle. • Partners give consideration to the adoption and use of all nine open strategies and tactics across all GFSP activities. It is recommended that GFSP Partners: – Openly license all GFSP publicly funded deliverables with CC BY 4.0 license (or CC BY IGO 3.0 if IGO) – Develop GFSP deliverables in open file formats that are editable, customizable, and adaptable to local contexts – Establish a GFSP web site that makes GFSP openly licensed deliverables publicly available for free. – Engage GFSP global network and public in use, reuse, and continuous improvement of openly licensed deliverables. – Identify resources they currently have that could contribute to GFSP goals if openly licensed. – Assess ROI of combining those resources collectively across the partnership and with the new GFSP deliverables being developed.
  • 8. Open Policy Recommendation #2 • Stimulate innovation in the adoption of open practices and the creation of new business models through the use of open competitions within specific projects or in general. • Examples – Grand Challenges for Global Health – XPRIZE – HealthDataPalooza
  • 9. Existing Open Building Blocks • World Bank – Open Access Policy – Open Knowledge Repository – Open Data fund • GFSP Partner Open Educational Resources
  • 10. Next Steps • Ensure shared GFSP goal around use of open • Identify and aggregate current GFSP partner open practices already in use and their associated outputs • Work with GFSP partners to define open business models (including show me the money models) • Provide workshops and other assistance for implementation of open practices • Create a GFSP open competition grand challenge • Select a GFSP project to pilot large scale use of open

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