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Come and Join us on a Data Journey!

Join us on the 16th of January from 14:00-17:00 at Cordaid Head Office in The Hague (10 mins walk from Den Haag CS).

Cordaid is ready to open up. Most of its project information has already been published since the start of 2013. But now Cordaid has also published its first complete dataset in the IATI registry.

What is special about the Cordaid data set, is the effort they put into publishing ‘meaningful’ data.

To celebrate their first publication - and to give you a first-hand glance at their data - Cordaid together with Open for Change organise a launch event during the next Open Tea.

During this Open Tea, Pelle Aardema & Rolf Kleef from Open for Change will facilitate a data journey, a ‘guided tour’, through the Cordaid IATI dataset and related data from the IATI datastore. You'll have the opportunity to work with (Cordaid’s) IATI data and experience how open data can become ‘meaningful’ data.


14:00-15:30 - IATI Data Journey

In this workshop practical application of Cordaid IATI data will be demonstrated and combined with other IATI datafiles with a focus on case studies of DR Congo and Afghanistan.

16:00-17:00 - Official launch 'cordaid opening up..'

- Simone Filipini -Cordaid CEO presents Cordaid's vision on Open Data and her journey to publication.
- Presentation of the results from the IATI Data Journey Workshop.
- The vision of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign affairs on open data and IATI implementation by Marion Derckx - Head of the department Social Organisations, Direction Social Development (NL: Maatschappelijke Organsiaties, Directie Sociale Ontwikkeling).

17:00 - Drinks

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