5 min. read. Were you able to join the BIDAcademy Knowledge Week? If your answer is yes, perfect! We celebrate and appreciate that you were part of the more than 16,000 people that registered for this event. If you were unable to do so, we have excellent news for you: all the sessions were recorded, and the knowledge materials are available for you to access them! Let's … [Read more...] about What happened during BIDAcademy Knowledge Week?
How can we increase access to data while retaining trust?
The UK´s Open Data Institute (ODI) shares its experiences working to develop a new model for data access, based on the concept of a trust. Over the years, different data access models have been proposed in order to address cases when data can’t be easily published due to legal, operational or social constraints. There are many ways - such as data cooperatives owned by their … [Read more...] about How can we increase access to data while retaining trust?
Data privacy reform gains momentum in Latin America
On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") of the European Union (EU) entered into force and propelled various Latin American countries to reform and update their local data protection regimes. Brazil, for instance, put together a comprehensive data protection regulation mirroring EU laws despite not having a previous regulation in … [Read more...] about Data privacy reform gains momentum in Latin America
How do open data leaders stack up? A look at the Open Data Barometer, Leaders Edition
Abierto al Público interviewed Carlos Iglesias, the senior research manager for Open Data at the World Wide Web Foundation. The WWWF produces the Open Data Barometer, a leading source of analysis on the status of open data around the world. We asked him about this year´s new edition to get some insights related to Latin America and leadership in open data. What’s new in this … [Read more...] about How do open data leaders stack up? A look at the Open Data Barometer, Leaders Edition
How can development organizations improve their open data for aid transparency?
Earlier this year, the global campaign for aid transparency “Publish What you Fund” released the 2018 Aid Transparency Index. The report compares 45 major international donors in relation to how they provided the public with information about their work in the past year across 36 indicators in 5 areas: organizational planning and commitments, finance and budgets, project … [Read more...] about How can development organizations improve their open data for aid transparency?