Un blog del BID para aprender sobre Conocimiento Abierto en América Latina y el Caribe

Open Knowledge on the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

On the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we explore its contributions and connections to the open knowledge movement.
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Fake news? Distinguishing credible information on the web

As awareness grows about the importance of establishing credible information, so do concerns about how this credibility is communicated on content traveling around the web.
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CrowdLaw: how to design a public participation initiative for lawmaking

With these 10 steps, learn how to design a public participation initiative for lawmaking
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CrowdLaw: The Demand for Public Participation in Lawmaking

Learn about four recommendations to include a culture of public participation in lawmaking
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Three ways crowdsourcing is being used to demand government transparency

Corruption remains a serious development challenge for Latin America and the Caribbean. Thus, in an effort to identify innovative ways to promote transparency and combat corruption, the IDB’s Division of Innovation in Citizen Services has partnered with Mexico’s Secretariat of...
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