« Where are the opportunities to take forward an ambitious transparency, anti-corruption and open data agenda in the land sector? »
Co-hosted by GIZ, the Land Portal Foundation, Omidyar Network, Open Data Charter and Open Data for Development (OD4D) network, the seminare will explore routes to realize the potential of open data as a tool for anti-corruption in the land sector.
This webinar will bring together donors and intermediary organisations to explore questions including:
- Are new initiatives needed to secure a step change in how open data is used for land governance?
- How can open data principles be embedded within wider land sector programs and anti-corruption efforts?
- Where are the priority areas for open data investment in the land sector?
- What can we learn from how other sectors have embedded open data approaches?
Our panel brings together funders, policy-makers, anti-corruption and open data experts.
Tim Davies (Chair)
Tim Davies was co-editor of ‘The State of Open Data: Histories and Horizons’, and co-author of the chapter on Land Ownership. He is a member of the Land Portal Technical Advisory Committee, and has worked on a range of sectoral open data initiatives.
Katie Clancy, IDRC / Open Data for Development Network
Katie is a program officer working on technology and innovation at Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and leads work of the Open Data for Development (OD4D) network.
Peter Rabley, Omidyar Network
Peter is a Venture Partner with Omidyar Network, focusing on land and property rights. Peter has more than 25 years of experience in the international property rights space as an entrepreneur, business leader, and technologist.
Nati Carfi, Open Data Charter
Nati is Deputy Director of the Open Data Charter. The Open Data Charter has a network of over 90 governments and organisations committed to opening up data in ways that deliver tangible benefits to citizens. Nati was previously Open Government Director at Argentina’s Modernisation Ministry.