Open Data for Democracy: Emphasise what would be lost if we don’t have open data in our country - Event Report

Saturday 6 March 2021
14:30 (ICT)
Online, Thailand (Asia & The Pacific)
Punch Up and

On Saturday 6th March 2021, the eleventh Open Data Day took place with people around the world organising hundreds of events to celebrate, promote and spread the use of open data. Thanks to generous support from key funders, the Open Knowledge Foundation was able to support the running of more than 60 of these events via our mini-grants scheme.

This event received an Open Knowledge Foundation mini-grant thanks to support from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.

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How did your event celebrate open data?

On March 6, we held the afternoon event themed in 'Open Data for Democracy,' which includes two main sessions. The event was held hybrid: about 40 participants were in our office, while about 100 participants joined online.

The first session features 15-minute talks. We invited 4 guest speakers to give some update and opinion about open data in Thailand and neighboring countries. The topics include :

Lessons learned from your event

Why do you love Open Data Day?

It encourages everyone in every corner of my country and also around the world to talk about 'open data' at least annually.

We bedanken de volgende donoren voor het ter beschikking stellen van ee Open Data Day 2019 mini-subsidies:
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