sharing in governance of extractive industries
Time: May 4, 2013 to May 5, 2013
Location: Hub Westminster
Street: 80 Haymarket
City/Town: London, SW1Y 4TE
Website or Map: http://westminster.the-hub.ne…
Event Type: hack, day
Organized By: Organized By: UK Department for International Development RSVP to attend the 'show and tell' to firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest Activity: Apr 28, 2013
Governments around the world have ‘opened' data as part of the Open Government Partnership promoting multilateral initiatives and seeking strong commitments from participating government institutions to promote transparency, harness and include new technologies and to make the government more open, effective and accountable.
Extractive data, including oil and gas industries, are highly sought after. Making data on the extractives industry accessible and interactive generates public interest and helps further the understanding of the importance of this sector as a vehicle for poverty reduction and promotes openness and transparency in other sectors.
In order to take the data to a wider range of stakeholders our aim is to create a ‘demand’ for easily understood data which leads to wider citizen engagement and empowerment. A range of organizations including Rewired State are collaborating to host sequenced events around the globe in 2013 to showcase the benefits of open, interactive and accessible extractives data.
We are running a two day hack day on 4th and 5th May for a small number of developers who will be paid to hack global extractives data.
Participant sign-up's are now closed, but sign up as Show-and-Tell to attend the presentations on Sunday 5th.
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