Inclusive Data Charter
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development commits to leaving no one behind. In order to fulfill this pledge, we need more granular data to understand the needs and experiences of the most marginalized in society, and we must ensure that resources are being allocated to maximize outcomes for the poorest. Currently, too many people are invisible in data and too little data is routinely disaggregated.
While there are many technical and methodological challenges inherent in improving disaggregation, some of the largest barriers are political and financial. The Inclusive Data Charter (IDC) was developed by a task team of GPSDD partners to mobilize political commitments and meaningful actions to advance inclusive and disaggregated data.
The IDC advances the availability and use of inclusive and disaggregated data so that governments and organizations better understand, address, and monitor the needs of marginalized people and ensure no one is left behind. Launched in 2018, the IDC has quickly built momentum for inclusive data, garnered commitments from 20 diverse Champions, and supported them in accelerating and deepening progress.
Champions' Action Plans
Cabo Verde - National Institute of Statistics
Ghana - Ghana Statistical Service
Nigeria - Office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals & Nigeria Bureau of Statistics
Paraguay - National Institute of Statistics
Peru - National Institute of Statistics and Information
Philippines - Philippine Statistics Authority
Senegal - Ministry of Economy, Planning and Cooperation
Sierra Leone - Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary Education
The UK - Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (see the UK's Department for International Development's IDC Action Plan)
The UK - Office for National Statistics
Zanzibar - Office of the Chief Government Statistician
Equal Rights Trust
IOM's Global Migration Data Analysis Centre (GMDAC)