The Inclusive Data Charter aims to mobilize political support to improve the quality, quantity, availability, and financing of disaggregated data to support the 2030 Agenda’s ambition of leaving no one behind. Between now and 2030, the charter will act as a mechanism to spur countries and organizations to accelerate action on data disaggregation and encourage others to do the same.
- Keynote by H.E. Professor George Gyan-Baffour, Minister of Planning, Ghana
- Claire Melamed, CEO, Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data
- Professor Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer, UK
- Candido Astrologo, Assistant National Statistician, Philippine Statistical Authority
- Mark Hereward, Associate Director for Data and Analytics, UNICEF
- Eleanor Carey, Technical Manager, Data2X
- Angela Kageni, Head of Africa Office, Development Initiatives
- Verity McGivern, Agenda 2030 Advocacy Manager, HelpAge
- Dominic Haslam, Director of Policy and Programme Strategy, Sightsavers
- Salimata Bocoum, Country Director, Sightsavers Senegal
- Mahmoud Mohieldin, Senior Vice President for the 2030 Agenda, World Bank Group
- Dr. Grace Bediako, Head of the National Planning Commission, Ghana
- Carlos Felipe Prada Lombo, Deputy Director, DANE
- Rachel Snow, Chief, Population and Development Branch, UNFPA
- Introduced the Inclusive Data Charter and showcase the champions’ action plans for implementing its five principles;
- Fostered discussion around the charter’s vision of more and better disaggregated data, and how governments, international organizations, civil society organizations, and the private sector can leverage its principles to strengthen the data required to leave no one behind.
Learn more about the Inclusive Data Charter here and/or find quick info in the Inclusive Data Charter FAQs here.