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Presentation about IATI (and open development) for the Dóchas INITIATE conference, Dublin, 2 May 2013

Presentation about IATI (and open development) for the Dóchas INITIATE conference, Dublin, 2 May 2013

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  • 1) Assess Disclosure and licensing policy – understand the internal policies around sharing information and how this aligns with IATI (under IATI publication of data must be public domain or licensed under an attribution-only license). Data availability and basic mapping – determine what data is currently available and consider how it may map to IATI. Stakeholders – determine who will be involved in the implementation of IATI.   2) Commit Internal commitment - Implementation Schedule -this should be submitted to the Secretariat and demonstrates the intention to publish IATI compliant data and outlines all publication information. The process for submitting an implementation schedule is as follows:  

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  • IATIOnline collaborationAidTransparency Web of DataOpen Government
  • Open
  • Open
  • Open
  • Open
  • Open Development Explainedhttp://openforchange.info/content/open-development-explained
  • IATIOnline collaborationAidTransparency Web of DataOpen Government
  • Bjorkman and Svensson (2007). ‘Power to the People:Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment of aCommunity-Based Monitoring Project in Uganda’Clinics got cleanerFewer drugs stolen40-50% more children vaccinated33% fewer children died under the age of five
  • Why open data?● Enter data once, close to the source;then re-use, exchange, enhance● Improves quality and accuracy; first inregistration, next in decision-making● Better insight in money flows, activities,plans, results, circumstances, impacts● Allows for participation, mobilisation, andaccountability
  • #SmartAid DebateRené Grotenhuis, director of Cordaid
  • René Grotenhuis, director of Cordaid#SmartAid DebateIn the transition of Cordaidtowards a social enterprise,open data technology has hada place from the very beginning.We use the new IATI standardfirst of all as the basis for our“transparency application”.
  • IATIOnline collaborationAidTransparency Web of DataOpen Government
  • A project in DFID’s project-level database
  • The same DFID project in the IATI XML format
  • Organisation File
  • Activities File
  • AidView
  • 1. Assess:•Feasibility assessment2. Commit:•Internal and public commitment3. Develop:•Set up policies, processes and systems4. Publish:•IATI-compliant data5. Improve:•Data details, items and sourcesFive Steps
  • Exclusion PolicyA. International relationsB. Security and safetyC. Personal informationD. Commercially sensitive informationE. Information that is exempt under otherlaws, policies and regulations
  • Agenda on the Implementation of the IATIStandard by Dutch NGOs working inInternational Development● Istanbul Principles for CSO Development Effectiveness● Busan Partnership for Effective Development● Commitment to IATI, but in line with CSO principlesAmbition
  • Time to act●Prioritities Partos and Concord (2012):●Principle 5: Practice transparency and accountability●Principle 6: Pursue equitable partnership and solidarity●Principle 7: Create and share knowledge and commit to mutuallearningWhy these?All three have to do with relations and cooperationamong organisations
  • ● 2-year programme● “Open Information Policy”● Opening data● Peer events● Technical advice meetings● In-house technical support● “Open development”IATI Plan