The conference Data for Sustainable Growth will focus on demonstrating the best practices and cases of using big data, open data and G2G shared data to enhance the evidence based decision making with the special focus on the public sector, NGOs and state governance. Participants will discuss how an access to open data and data analysis can be applied to improve policy making in the region.
The organizers expect around 250 attendees, stakeholders and experts from Ukraine and other countries of Eastern Europe and CIS, specifically from Poland, Belarus, and Kazakhstan.
DIGIWHIST researcher Daniel Tanis will be leading a workshop on “Mining for Corruption” in the afternoon of November 19, 2016.
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