London

When: Saturday and Sunday, August 25-26 2012

Where: The Guardian (Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1P 2AP)

Sign up: http://ddclondon.eventbrite.co.uk/

Join us at the Guardian for a weekend of data wrangling, visualising and challenging questions. Bringing together hacks and hackers, developers and development experts, we want to answer interesting and difficult questions about international development – and in the process, demonstrate the value of the amazing amount of new data that is now available.

We want to answer questions about development spending, results, projects and locations and start to understand how open data can help improve development outcomes.

Supported by aidinfo, DFID, The Guardian, Open Aid Register, Open Knowledge Foundation, Publish What You Fund, SIDA and World Bank Finances

2 thoughts on “London

  1. dear publish what you fund organazer ,
    good evening ,
    after reading your announcement for participating in your conference in the end of august ,i wish to participate in this conference because this item is very new for me and our region too in Iraq .
    if you accept my request i can send you all the required information as soon
    with my best regards

    shadan mohammed saeed
    executive director of Kurdistan center for strengthening administrative and managerial ability /KCSAMA
    IRAQ -KRG
    Mobile :00964 7701582681

  2. dear publish what you fund organizer ,
    good evening ,
    after reading your announcement for participating in your conference in the end of august ,i wish to participate in this conference because this item is very new for me and our region too in Iraq .
    if you accept my request i can send you all the required information as soon
    with my best regards

    shadan mohammed saeed
    executive director of Kurdistan center for strengthening administrative and managerial ability /KCSAMA
    IRAQ -KRG
    Mobile :00964 7701582681

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