Open Data Watch has released the 5th Annual Open Data Inventory (ODIN) Report — a snapshot of the global progress on data coverage and accessibility. The webinar discusses the key findings of ODIN 2020/21 in light of country challenges and success stories. Covering 187 countries. ODIN is actively used as a benchmark of progress to open up national statistical data in line with international standards. The webinar and ODIN Annual Report coincide with the current 52nd session of the United Nations Statistical Commission where open data is a major topic of discussion.
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2020 did not go as planned. But Open Data Watch nevertheless continued to support the Data Revolution by advancing cutting-edge research, maximizing the impact of open data, and highlighting the need for high-quality, timely data in a time of crisis. A few highlights.
As the world waits for the distribution of a vaccine and treatment options, there is a tool in our arsenal to strengthen our COVID-19 response: open data.
Monitoring several national Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) reporting platforms and portals, Open Data Watch reports a number of search and access problems and makes recommendations for potential improvements.
The largest collection of links to COVID-19 datasets, dashboards, visualizations, and articles on how understand and use open data to fight the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
This study of five countries in Latin America and the Caribbean assesses the availability and quality of 93 gender indicators from international and national data sources that impact the status and welfare of women and girls and that can support evidence-based policies assuring gender equality and opportunity for women.
In-depth country profiles for the “Bridging the Gap: Mapping Gender Data Availability in Latin America and the Caribbean” report that looks at the availability and quality of data for 93 gender-relevant indicators concerning the status and welfare of women and girls.
The conference Outcome Report of ConVERGE: Connecting Vital Events Registration and Gender Equality spotlights renewed global commitment to strengthening Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) through integration of gender analysis.
Census data not only provide a count of people in a country, but also information on variables like gender, ethnicity, and income. To better understand the impact of census data on government revenue, political representation, and public programs such as response to the current pandemic, ODW has collected key articles and resources in this special edition.