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This two-day training will bring together high level public officials from 12 countries from Europe and Central Asia to discuss topics related to opening governmental data, building the ecosystem necessary to further the open data agenda, as well as the challenges ahead.

[Photos: Eric Fischer: www.flickr.com/photos/walkingsf/]


This two-day training will bring together high level public officials from 12 countries from Europe and Central Asia to discuss topics related to opening governmental data, building the ecosystem necessary to further the open data agenda, as well as the challenges ahead.

[Photos: Eric Fischer: www.flickr.com/photos/walkingsf/]


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  1. 1. OPEN DATA FOR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Regional Training for Public Officials Europe and the CIS
  2. 2. ABOUT THE TRAINING •The workshop will bring together high level public officials from 12 countries in the Central-Eastern Europe and the CIS region. •During the two days of training, participants will get a chance to discuss topics related to opening governmental data, building the ecosystem necessary to further the open data agenda, as well as the challenges ahead. •The training will also help better understand what opening data means in practice through hands-on exercises and case studies. •The event is done in cooperation and thanks to the support of the Partnership for Open Data. The sessions will be delivered by experts from: the Open Data Institute, the Open Knowledge Foundation and the World Bank.
  3. 3. ANDREW STOTT ! Senior Consultant ! Transport and ICT Global Practice ! World Bank ! UK Transparency Board Member SPEAKERS ! OLEG PETROV ! Senior Program Officer and Open Data Programme Coordiantor ! Transport and ICT Global Practice ! World Bank ! LIVIA TURCANU ! Product Platform Consultant (Open Data consultant), ! E-Government Center ! Moldova ! ANDREI NICOARA ! Personal adviser to the Head of the Online Services and Design Department ! Prime Minister's Chancellery Romania
  4. 4. ULRICH ATZ ! Head of Statistics ! Open Data Institute TRAINERS ! LIZ CAROLAN ! International Development Manager ! Open Data Institute ! KATELYN ROGER ! International Community Manager ! Open Knowledge Foundation DANIELA MATTERN ! Open Data Project Manager Open Knowledge Foundation
  5. 5. AGENDA TIME: September 17-18, 2014 PLACE: Istanbul, Turkey
  6. 6. DAY 1 September 17 9:00 - 9:30 REGISTRATION 9:30 - 10:00 OPENING REMARKS. Elena Panova, Senior Programme Coordinator, UNDP Regional Centre for Europe and the CIS Francesco Checchi, Public Accountability and Anti Corruption Specialist, UNDP, Open data in the Eastern European and the CIS region, where do we stand? 10:00 - 11:30 SESSION 1: OPEN DATA FOR ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT. WHY GOVERNMENTS SHOULD CARE Session by: World Bank It happens that the main proponents of Open Data are outside Government. Even where Open Data initiatives have strong top political backing, there can be stiff bureaucratic resistance. This puts those responsible for implementation of an Open Data initiative in a difficult position. This session will talk about how Open Data can be presented as advantageous to the data owners in public institutions themselves, and how some of the common objections can be handled. 11:30 - 11:45 BREAK 11:45 - 13:00 SESSION 2: WORKING WITH THE OPEN DATA ECOSYSTEM. ! Session by: Open Knowledge Foundation ! One of the major challenges on the road to opening governmental data is creating an environment that supports cooperation among all stakeholders on moving the open data agenda forward. During this session participants will learn from an OKFN expert about good practices in this area. 13:00 - 14:00 LUNCH
  7. 7. DAY 1 September 17 14:00 - 15:20 SESSION 3: OPEN DATA EXPERIENCES FROM THE REGION. Presentation of open data efforts in Moldova by Livia Turcanu. Discussion. Presentation of open data efforts in Romania by Andrei Nicoara. Discussion. The goal of this session is to move from more general rules and good practices to discussing actual implementation of open data policies. During this and the following session, participants will get an in-depth look into the process of opening governmental data in two countries in the ECIS region: Moldova and Romania. Speakers will share their experiences and answer questions from the audience. 15:20 - 15:30 BREAK 15:30 - 16:40 SESSION 4: CHALLENGES FOR OPEN DATA POLICIES IN PARTICIPANTS’ COUNTRIES Discussion moderated by: Open Knowledge Foundation. As a summary of day 1 and in preparation for day 2, we will invite the participants to a discussion about both potential and already encountered challenges (political, social and logistical) that (may) hamper the process of opening governmental data in their countries. Points from the discussion will also inform the content of the second day sessions. 16:40 - 17:00 SUMMARY OF DAY 1 AND LOGISTICS FOR DAY 2. 19:00 DINNER AT LITERA RESTAURANT, TAKSIM SQUARE
  8. 8. DAY 2 September 18 09:00 - 9:30 TEA AND COFFEE 09:50 - 11:00 11:00-11:15 BREAK 11:15 - 13:00 SESSION 1: INTRODUCING OPEN DATA What does it mean to really open your data? What are the potential applications, benefits and risks? Discussion: how does this apply to your government? Many countries, despite honest efforts to open their data, fail to do it in a manner that would allow real accessibility. This in turn, lowers the chances that the data will be properly used and that the entire process will not go to waste. During this session participants will learn about what it means in practice to really open governmental data. They will also discuss both benefits and risks associated with the process. SESSION 2: PUBLISHING YOUR DATA Logistics behind opening governmental data - where to start? how much can it cost? what are potential pitfalls? The goal of this session is to walk participants through the process of opening governmental data and give them practical knowledge about the resources required in that process. This session will also encourage peer-to-peer learning among participants, some of whom will be able to share their experiences with others. 13:00-14:00 LUNCH
  9. 9. DAY 2 September 18 14:00 - 15:30 15:30 - 15:45 BREAK 15:45 - 16:40 SESSION 3: DISCOVERING OPEN DATA - HOW TO ENSURE YOUR DATA CAN BE EASILY USED BY OTHERS Where and how can you find open data? ● Examining and using government data portals from across the world ● The role of metadata and thinking about end use and users The goal of this session is to show participants the user perspective. This should help them plan how to present the data so that it is easy to access and use, based on the local context. Participants will get to know a number of leading open data portals and test this knowledge in practice. SESSION 4: MAKING OPEN DATA WORK FOR YOU ● Key skills and the open data toolkit ● Next step to open data in your country - practical exercise Participants will work with the trainers and their peers on the next steps to be taken in their home countries. They will also look into practical data-related skills they might want to develop professionally and get advice on which tools they should use in order to achieve their goals. 16:40 - 17:00 REVIEW AND TIME FOR QUESTIONS.
  10. 10. CONTACT INFORMATION Francesco Checchi Public Accountability and Anti Corruption Specialist UNDP Regional Centre in Europe and the CIS francesco.checchi [at] undp.org ! ! Justyna Król Consultant UNDP Regional Centre in Europe and the CIS justyna.krol [at] undp.org

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