The Inclusive Data Charter (IDC) increased visibility, awareness, and broader engagement on inclusive data in 2022, fostering multi-stakeholder dialogue, bolstering institutional buy-in and capacity, and engaging in successful advocacy. IDC Champions collaborated with others to achieve inclusive data objectives and saw an increase in data use to inform policy change or impacts for marginalized groups. 

In Four Years of the Inclusive Data Charter, explore how IDC Champions have contributed to progress for #IDCdata4all and how you can join the movement.

More detail on the Champions' progress can be found in the monitoring reports below.


Colombia's National Administrative Department of Statistics (DANE)

Nigeria's Office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on SDGs

Paraguay's National Institute of Statistics (Instituto Nacional de Estadística)

Peru's National Institute of Statistics (Instituto Nacional de Estadística)

Philippines Statistics Authority

Senegal's Ministry of Economy, Planning and Cooperation

UK Office for National Statistics

Zanzibar's Office of the Chief Government Statistician

Civil society

CBM Global

Christian Aid


Development Initiatives

Fundación WWB Colombia


Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre

Institute of Global Homelessness


Multilateral organizations

UK Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office


UN Population Fund (UNFPA)

UN Women

World Bank