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Ideas and data sources
Hey there open data enthusiast! You just saw that Open Data Day will be on Saturday 6th March 2021 and you're interested in hosting an event in your locality? Your only challenge now is finding the idea that will hit the right spot. Our friends from the open data community have some ideas and data sources worth checking out.
Visit the CKAN website to discover all the organisations around the world using CKAN to publish their data.
Use data.world to upload or find data from many sources and organise all aspects of a project - including data, notebooks, analysis and discussions - in a single workspace.
If you have data but don't know where to put it, you can use DataHub. You can publish datasets, search for relevant data, browse thematic data collections and request help with your open data publishing.
To discover environmental or climate data to use or get inspiration from for your Open Data Day event: visit the ResourceWatch.org site, a World Resources Institute data portal; explore NASA's open data website; head to geoportal.org for earth observation data; or discover forest cover/loss data with Global Forest Watch.
If you want information on disaster risk management or resilience to natural hazards for your event, visit the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery Labs or Open Data for Resilience Initiative websites to discover tools and projects or find open data and resources to use via the Open Cities Africa project, Think Hazard, OpenDRI Index and Risk Data Library.
Tracking public money flows
The Open Contracting Partnership and Hivos' Open Up Contracting websites provide lots of guidance and examples for people looking to do Open Data Day events focused on public procurement and spending. See also: the Open Data Charter guide to using open data to combat corruption.
Data for equal development
The Centre for Humanitarian Data has over 17,000 humanitarian open datasets available via the CKAN-powered portal at data.humdata.org which may help to highlight key issues about equal development. You can also visit the United Nations' Open SDG Data Hub, the World Bank Open Data portal or the large data harvesting portals like the European Data Portal.