Duration: 75 min
Location: Jagüel 2
Session type: Fishbowl

As we move into the end phase of the SDGs, it is crucial that we collectively - as a Data Revolution community - take stock of what we have achieved to date, how the development context and agenda have changed and evolved since 2015, and what remains to be done to 2030 and beyond. As we pass the SDG implementation mid-point, we want to see the Data Revolution ecosystem become greater than the sum of its parts in the second-half of the implementation period. A lot has been achieved, yet much remains to be done. A lot has also changed. New technologies, new stakeholders (especially at local and community levels) and new ideas around data governance have emerged and need to be accounted for as we move forward..

To these ends, in early 2023 a partnership of thought-leading organizations came together to co-create a vision of what success in the data revolution in 2030 should look like (a ‘Vision for 2030’), taking stock of progress to date. Over the course of 2023, partners including Cepei, the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data (GPSDD), PARIS21, the Thematic Research Network on Data and Statistics (TReNDS) and Open Data Watch will work on elaborating this Vision, working and co-creating with sector and geographic leaders to articulate what has been achieved and what remains to be done.

This session will propose a vision for what success in the Data Revolution looks like in 2030 and will see the launch of a global consultation on that vision; which in final form will be launched in 2024.