Big decisions in the Big Apple

Over the course of 2015, we’re coordinating the Road to 2015 campaign, which aims to up the pressure on governments. We want them to work harder to achieve their existing commitments to publishing their data and ensure transparency is a core element of the...

Aid transparency in 2015: The clock is ticking

It’s six months since we launched the 2014 Aid Transparency Index. We’ve been pleasantly surprised by the number of donors that have been in touch to find out how they can improve the quality of the information they publish (and of course move a few notches up  the...

The Aid Transparency Index & the Post-2015 Agenda

We are on the final count down to the 2014 Aid Transparency Index (ATI) results being revealed. I wish our team going to DC the best of luck for a productive discussion around the results on the 8th. With such a distinguished panel they probably won’t need any luck!...

First impressions of the new UN data revolution group

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon last week announced a new independent expert advisory group on the data revolution. As an organisation that has been vocal in its support of the data revolution from the start, Publish What You Fund very much welcomes this initiative....