Open Data for Sustainable Development
The Open Data Module provides stakeholders with open data core principles and essential resources needed to prioritize, open and use key datasets relevant to achieving and monitoring the SDGs.
The Open Data for Sustainable Development module of the Data4SDGs Toolbox was created with input from members of open data communities and networks such as the Open Data Charter and Open Data for Development. The Center for Open Data Enterprise, Open Data Institute, Open Data Watch and World Bank, in particular, have made this beta module possible. The module includes sections for:
I. What is Open Data?
II. How Open Data Supports the SDGs
III. Open Data & SDGs: Goal by Goal
IV. Step-by-Step Resources
● Essential Datasets for Sustainable Development
● Assessing Your Open Data Readiness
● Adopting the International Open Data Charter
● Understanding Open Data Demand
● Developing UserCentered Open Data Portals
● Open Data and Official Statistics
● Measuring Progress
V. Open Data Learning Resources
Please use the below link to download the beta version of this Open Data for Sustainable Development module, which we intend to improve and expand upon in a transparent and inclusive manner based on user feedback.
For further information, please contact Randall Kemp at firstname.lastname@example.org.