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Data for Sustainable Development - NODA16

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Presentation at the Nordic Data Journalism Conference 2016 in Helsinki, Finland about the Global Goals for Sustainable Development and the need of a Data Revolution that includes using Open Data and Responsible Data practices. Notes can be found on http://bit.ly/noda16-pernillan

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Data for Sustainable Development - NODA16

  1. 1. Data for Sustainable Development NODA16, Helsinki, Finland 22-23 April 2016 Pernilla Näsfors Twitter: @pernillan slideshare.net/pernillanasfors Notes: bit.ly/noda16-pernillan
  2. 2. - Tech education & background - MSc in Information Technology Engineering & Speech and Language Processing, 
 Uppsala University & University of Edinburgh - Web Developer, Enterprise Search Specialist and Agile Project Manager, Euroling AB - Web and Social Media Consultant for Akvo, ActionAid, Equmenia, through Openhearted - Open data on aid & development - Transparency & Social Media Manager, Sida - Development Data Specialist, World Bank Innovation Labs & Open Aid Partnership - CEO & Data Consultant, Openhearted AB
  3. 3. Global Goals 17 goals → 169 targets → 230 indicators Sustainable Development Goals
  4. 4. “We also call for a... data revolution 
 for sustainable development ...with a new international initiative to improve the quality of statistics and information available to citizens.” 
 – UN High-Level Panel on the 
 Post-2015 Development Agenda
  5. 5. A WORLD THAT COUNTS
 
 Mobilising The Data Revolution for Sustainable Development Report to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon November 6th, 2014
 
 undatarevolution.org/ report/
  6. 6. The data revolution is an explosion in...
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  8. 8. ...the speed with which data are produced...
  9. 9. ...the number of 
 producers of data...
  10. 10. ...the dissemination of data...
  11. 11. ...and the range of things where data is coming from
  12. 12. A growing demand for data from all parts of society
  13. 13. Data literacy Information literacy Statistical literacy Technical skills Data literacy
  14. 14. Open Data A piece of content or data is 
 open if anyone is... free to use, reuse, and redistribute it ...subject only, at most, to the requirement to attribute and/ or share-alike. – opendefinition.org
  15. 15. All public data should be open by default
  16. 16. > 8000 indicators on data.worldbank.org Environment External Debt Agriculture Economy Gender Public Sector Urban Development Health Climate Change Trade Poverty Private Sector Social Development Aid Effectiveness Infrastructure Rural Development Energy Science & Technology Education Social Protection & Labor Growth
  17. 17. Information is power Data is a natural resource that should be harnessed responsibly
  18. 18. Responsible data
 
 is the duty to ensure people's
 rights to consent, privacy 
 security and ownership 
 around the information processes of 
 collection, analysis, storage, 
 presentation and reuse of data, 
 while respecting the values of 
 transparency and openness. Responsible Data Forum, working definition, September 2014
  19. 19. The right to privacy 
 is for those without power
 
 Transparency 
 is for those with power
  20. 20. Ways to practise responsible development data Book on
 responsibledata.io/ category/resources/
 (CC-BY-SA 4.0)
  21. 21. Source: Spurious Correlations, TylerVigen.com Correlation does not imply causation
  22. 22. Data for Global Goals - http://unstats.un.org/sdgs - http://www.data4sdgs.org - http://undatarevolution.org - http://datarevolution.paris21.org - http://data.worldbank.org/sdgs - http://deliver2030.org/? page_id=6059 (SDG Targets Tracker)
  23. 23. Aid transparency links - International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI): aidtransparency.net - http://www.iatistandard.org - http://datastore.iatistandard.org - Data by country: www.d-portal.org - OIPA IATI Parser & API: dev.oipa.nl - AidData data & maps: aiddata.org
  24. 24. Thank You! Now go and continue the Data Revolution! Pernilla Näsfors pernilla@openhearted.se slideshare.net/pernillanasfors Notes: bit.ly/noda16-pernillan

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