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ODC
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The Open Data Charter is a collaboration between governments and organizations working to open up data based on a shared set of Principles. With 73 government adopters and 53 organizations endorsers, our goal is to embed open data as a central ingredient to achieving better solutions to the most pressing policy challenges of our time.

Open Data Charter Resources

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Library Resource
Manuals & Guidelines
October, 2021
Global

The Open Up Guide on Land Governance is a resource  aimed to be used by governments from developing countries to collect and release land-related data to improve data quality, availability, accessibility and use for improved citizen engagement, decision making and innovation. It sets out:

  1. Key datasets for land management accountability, and how they should be collected, stored, shared and published for improving land governance and transparency;

Library Resource
Guide pour l’ouverture des donn es ouvertes
Manuals & Guidelines
October, 2021
Global

Les Open Up Guides sont des outils pratiques développés par l’ODC et ses partenaires thématiques pour aider les gouvernements et d’autres acteurs à utiliser la publication d’ensembles de données stratégiques pour relever les principaux défis politiques. Ils s’appuient sur des preuves pratiques tout en recueillant des enseignements pour s’assurer que les normes mondiales sont applicables localement.

Library Resource
Open data for improved land governance

Open-up Guide

Manuals & Guidelines
May, 2021
Global

The period for public comments is now closed. Thank you to all those who submitted feedback. The revised version is available here.  

Library Resource
an open up guide on land governance

March 16th 2020 web‑workshop report

Conference Papers & Reports
March, 2020
Global

This report provides a summary of an online workshop on March 16th 2020, organised in place of a planned fringe meeting of the World Bank Land and Poverty Conference which was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2-hour digital workshop brought together over 40 participants from across the world to discuss key data and key open data use-cases for land governance. This report is written based on workshop recordings and shared notes.

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