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Programme

The Open Data for Development Camp 2012 will focus on three areas of interest: 

  • Open Data and IATI: what is it and what could it mean for development cooperation?
  •  International developments in the area of open development: such as open data, new business models, opportunities in communication and networking
  • What does it mean for your organization when you open up?

The programme will be interactive, with guest speakers and open data specialists such as from the IATI secretariat, Bond UK and the HIV/Aids Alliance about the UK NGO experiences in publishing their data in the open standard format. 

We aim to conclude the event by formulating a shared ambition on Open Data for Development, ànd will present the Open for Change Manifesto. 

Twitter: @open_for_change
Hashtag: #ODDC

Here is what the programme looks like right now. We're adding the sessions as confirmed descriptions come in, and we may shuffle sessions around if it seems to work better.

You will receive a printed version of the programme at the conference.

Time

Friday, June 29th, 2012

9:30

Drop-in and registration

10:00

Opening, Andrew Makkinga

10:15

Open Development,  Mariken Gaanderse, Open for Change

10:35

The Netherlands from Above,
Jasper Koning, VPRO

11:00

Coffee break

11:15

About the IATI standard,
Simon Parrish, AidInfo

Shape the future. Share now. 
Sebastiaan ter Burg,
Stichting Dat Zou Jij Wel Willen Weten

Ordex, data browser in a development context,
Tom Zeppenfeldt, Ophileon

 
11:40

NGOs and the implementation of IATI: The British case, 
Joni Hilman, Bond UK

Holacracy - new ways of organising

Visualizations of Dutch IATI data, 
Mark Westra, Akvo

 
12:05

Publishing information to the IATI standards,
Farai Matsika, HIV/Aids alliance

And when the data are open,
what do they tell us?, Peter van Lier, OneWorld / NCDO

Towards Open Development (Data), Anne Fleur van Veenstra, TNO

  

12:30

Sessions & Planning Open Space

12.45

Lunch break

13:30

Dutch NGOs implementing IATI,
hosted by
Alexander Kohnstamm,
Partos

Open development
& open organisations,
Fronteer strategy, ITC & others

Live connection with ODDC Nairobi

OpenSpace-Round 1

14:30

 

Open for Change,
presenting plans
+ call for feedback

 

Open Space - Round 2

15:00

Break

15:15

Be open to whatever comes next:
3 innovations

 
 
15:45
16:00

Closing

Drinks