Open Data and IATI


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Slides for my presentation about Open Data and IATI in development cooperation, at the VENRO day about IATI, Dec 4th in Bonn, Germany

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Open Data and IATI

  1. 1. Open Development Explained
  2. 2. Analogue reality Knowledge - Networks - Resources Communities - Projects - Politics
  3. 3. Analogue reality Knowledge - Networks - Resources NGO Communities - Projects - Politics
  4. 4. Digital reality Knowledge - Networks - Resources NGO Communities - Projects - Politics
  5. 5. Sustainability Þ Reduce - Re-use - Recycle
  6. 6. Open
  7. 7. Open
  8. 8. Open
  9. 9. Open
  10. 10. Open
  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. Why open data?● Enter data once, close to the source; then re-use, exchange, enhance● Improves quality and accuracy; first in registration, next in decision-making● Better insight in money flows, activities, plans, results, circumstances, impacts● Allows for participation, mobilisation, and accountability
  13. 13. #SmartAid Debate René Grotenhuis, director of Cordaid
  14. 14. In the transition of Cordaid towards a social enterprise, open data technology has had a place from the very beginning. We use the new IATI standard first of all as the basis for our “transparency application”.#SmartAid Debate René Grotenhuis, director of Cordaid
  15. 15. AidView
  16. 16. A project in DFID’s project-level database
  17. 17. The same DFID project in the IATI XML format
  18. 18. More information?●●● ● Open for Change: Rolf Kleef –
  19. 19. Dutch released in IATI IATI data Government data MFA publishes13 September 2011, Den Haag
  20. 20. First NGO in the Netherlands6 March 2012, Amsterdam
  21. 21. Hivos publishes IATI data1 October 2012, Den Haag
  22. 22. AmbitionAgenda 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 principles
  23. 23. Busan partnership for Effective Development CooperationParagraaf 22: we will:b) Encourage CSO’s to implement practices that strengthentheir accountability and their contribution to developmenteffectiveness, guided by the Istanbul Principles and theInternational Framwork for CSO DevelopmentEffectiveness
  24. 24. 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 mutual learning Why these? All three have to do with relations and cooperation among organisations
  25. 25. IATI Plan●2-year programme●“Open Information Policy”●Opening data ● Peer events ● Technical advice meetings ● In-house technical support●“Open development”
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