We envisage a world where aid and development information is transparent, available and used for effective decision-making, public accountability and lasting change for all citizens.
Why does aid transparency matter?
Find out why aid transparency matters and how you can get involved
This blog post is written by Tom Orrell and Bill Anderson. About two-and-a-half years ago, Development Initiatives and Publish What You Fund launched the Joined-Up Data Standards (JUDS) project, funded by the Omidyar Network. Our aim was to foster international...
The latest report from the Joined-Up Data Standards [JUDS] project explores where progress has been made, what challenges still remain, and how the new Collaborative on SDG Data Interoperability will play a critical role in moving forward the agenda for...
This blog is by Sally Paxton, US Representative and James Coe, Senior Advocacy Advisor We have recently launched a new project which will combine open aid data with in-country research to assess the impact of potential changes to the US foreign assistance budget. Our...
- Great video from @Data4SDGs filmed at the high-level meeting in Nairobi in June. Good to see so many voices calling… https://t.co/SkmHv8ldPB
- Some great jobs going with our friends @mySociety https://t.co/Ed5OmsqYPo
- The frontiers of data interoperability for sustainable development: where next? https://t.co/8ZT1agNBVG
Open Contracting 2017
28th – 29th November
CEO Rupert Simons will be attending the Open Contracting conference in Amsterdam. The conference will explore how to build on the success of open contracting to date and continue to make it better for everyone.