[open-development] Fwd: Help Shape the Agenda for the 3rd International Open Data Conference 2015!
sarah.louise.johns at gmail.com
Wed Jan 21 16:38:07 UTC 2015
Thanks Michael, would anyone like to collaborate on an IATI data proposal?
Kind regards, Sarah
On 21 Jan 2015 06:30, "Michael Roberts" <michael.roberts at webfoundation.org>
> Hi all,
> Please see the following call for proposals. Apologies for any
> *3rd International Open Data Conference 2015*
> *Help us Shape the Agenda!*
> The 3rd International Open Data Conference (IODC), to be held in Ottawa
> from May 28-29, 2015, will bring together experts and advocates from around
> the world to take stock of the rapid evolution of the global open data
> community and help chart its future.
> And we want *you* to help shape the agenda.
> The global open data movement has matured since the 2nd International Open
> Government Data Conference held in Washington in 2012. It’s time to
> strengthen coordination among open data initiatives across various levels
> of government, topics, regions, and sectors. It’s time to broaden dialogue
> to include the voices of experts in sectors that want to use open data and
> scale-up innovative approaches proven to work. The goal: ensure that all
> world citizens benefit.
> To support the conference agenda we are having a global Open Call for
> program content. This Open Call will run to February 20th, 2015, and we
> hope you can take part!
> You will find details on the Open Call in the document attached. Further
> information can be found at our website: opendatacon.org. Here you can
> submit your ideas and pre-register for the conference.
> We look forward to seeing you!
> Michael Roberts
> Open Data Technical Manager
> +1 514 802 9528
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