Introduction to IATI publishing for UK NGOs
This free one-day course will give you everything you need to get your data published to the International Aid Transparency Initiative Registry.
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Oxfam Novib Atlas
Oxfam Novib have created a project database using open data. Presented as an interactive map, users can filter the data to focus on a particular type of project or country.
Open data hub
Free access to data and information is crucial for making decisions on international development. It helps to identify and focus on common goals, to measure progress, to enable learning and to encourage innovation. It increases the transparency and responsiveness of governments, civil society and the private sector. It underpins the measurement of the sustainable development goals.
Our open data hub is packed with content to inspire and connect NGOs who want to share and use open data in their projects. It also provides practical support for using the IATI open data standard.
Open data news and views
Open data case studies
Open data resources
Open data in brief
Changing the discourse on humanitarian innovations and partnerships
How can new data sources and real-time information systems improve decision-making? Benjamin Kumpf from the UN Development Programme shares his thoughts about the future of data in development.Devex 31 May 2016
Transparency at heart of reforming humanitarian action
Ahead of the World Humanitarian Summit, Harpinder Collacott, executive director of Development Initiatives, talks about the role of transparency in reforming humanitarian action.The Guardian 20 May 2016
We won’t achieve gender equality without data
Currently, the data available , especially data that reflects the lives of girls and women, is incomplete or biased. Gro Harlem Brundtland and Kathy Calvin look at what can be done to help start the gender data revolution.Global Citizen 18 May 2016