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Open Knowledge and Open Development - presentation shared at Plan Finland during OK Fest

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  • We have to just take the plungeBut we traditionally think about ‘downward accountability’ so we care a lot about how people in communities, including youth, will benefit from and participate in these more open processes; and especially, if and how they can drive them
  • Open development

    1. 1. Open knowledge andopen development
    2. 2. Open Open Open Massive Academic Open Open Online Design! Seating! OpenPublishing! budgets! Space! Courses! (MOOCs) Open Open Source! …and why are people Cities! putting the word Open OpenKnowledge! ‘open’ in front of Educational Resources! everything these days? (OER) Open Data! Open Hardware! Open Open Open Geodata! Open Open OpenGovernment! Classrooms! Research! Science! Sauna!
    3. 3. ‘Open’ is not a new conceptDemocracy and participation represent an opening up ofdecision-making processes to more people1.Transparency and accountability are about opening uporganizations, people and processes to scrutiny andfeedback2.New technologies allow additional spaces and channelsfor participation and feedback (for some, not everyone!) 1,2Matthew Smith, IDRC
    4. 4. Open Development (theory of change)
    5. 5. Huge opportunity… and some gaps CivilDonors? INGOs? Society? The Country general Communities? governments? public?
    6. 6. Take Plan, for example Communities? Our local partners? The public? Institutional Donors? Program $$ goes to admin? Reporting burden? Loss of our ‘edge’? Questions, misundersta ndings?
    7. 7. On top of the institutional questions…
    8. 8. International Level National LevelSub-National / District Levels Community Level
    9. 9. International Level National LevelSub-National / District Levels Community Level
    10. 10. International Level National LevelSub-National / District Levels Community Level
    11. 11. Perhaps the question for OpenDevelopment to explore this week is… How to take advantage of opportunities that arise from new technologies and the open data movement while being mindful of power dynamics and issues of access and inclusion?
    12. 12. When we think about “opendevelopment” we might think about: Things that have nothing to do with tech

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