Brainstorming session public online monitoring - Claudia Schwegmann - OpenAid.de
Brainstorming onPublic Online Monitoring Can we make it possible ?
Causal Chain of Aid Transparency Detailed, standardised Data Accessible Data Access of Data Feedback by concerned stakeholders Change of incentives Change of decisions
Public Online MonitoringDetailed, standardised DataAccessible DataAccess of DataFeedback by concerned stakeholders What is Public Online Monitoring?:Change of incentives ● Collect official information on one project ● Collect local informationChange of decisions ● Assess official and local information ● Share assessment online and offline ● Respond to information individually ● Respond to information collectively
Public Online MonitoringDetailed, standardised DataAccessible Data Success factors:Access of Data ● Strong interest ● Good local knowledgeFeedback by concerned stakeholders ● Access to technology ● Access to networksChange of incentives ● Financial resourcesChange of decisions ● Online coordination ● Offline coordination ● Security!
Public Online MonitoringSuccess factors:● Strong interest ѵ● Good local knowledge ѵ● Access to technology ѵ Migrants in Europe● Access to networks ѵ● Financial resources ѵ● Online coordination ѵ● Offline coordination ѵ● Security! ѵ
How can this work?Mobilise migrant organisations in Europe tomonitor aid going into their home areaProvide standard tools to visualise IATI data, to mash-up with other dataand to gather feedback (Facebook apps, Drupal Moduls, Twitter apps)Create online communities around individual projects in socialmedia networksInvite local feedback on projects through personal contacts of migrantsConnect online and offline debate and activities
For example: Lagos Hospital Project Worldbank Nigeria Local information IATIGermany Lagos Hospital Group AidData Online debate Offline debate Information requests to project mgt. Online activism Other input from online Offline activism community
What do you think ...? Is it possible? Does it make sense?What are possible risks? What are alternative approaches? Will it make a difference?