Open Data Watch co-hosted or spoke at a number of sessions during the 2023 UN World Data Forum in Hangzhou, China. The events covered a broad range of topics — Data & Misinformation, Data in the Care Economy, Data Graveyards, Gender Data, and Data for the Public Good and Achieving SDGs.
In a time of multiple, intersecting global challenges, quality and timely data is more important than ever. The just-released ODIN 2022-23 Open Data Inventory Report provides a comprehensive analysis of the state of open data in 192 countries worldwide.
The monthly newsletter of Open Data Watch — “Staying Up to Data” — highlights latest projects, shares notable events, and features new research and publications from the sustainable development data community.
WHAT’S BEING SAID
As part of ODW’s “watch” function What’s Being Said has regularly provided a monthly review of key articles and reports on open data, SDGs, gender data, and official statistics related to the data revolution. To complement the Newsletter and for quicker, more focused access, we now separate out certain topical resources to update on a rolling basis following the Data Value Chain model.
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To help track all of the events happening in the field of development data, we have created this curated list, which we update about once a week. This list primarily includes large, international events related to the Sustainable Development Goals, development data, and open data. If you know of an event that should be included on this list, please email us at email@example.com.