Event

Data Use Working Group Meeting - 21 September 2021

Anna Whitson - IATI Secretariat

This meeting of the Data Use Working Group will take place on 21 September 2021 from 10-11am EST.

The IATI Data Use Working Group (DUWG) is a multi-stakeholder group of volunteers from across the IATI community who work on increasing the use of IATI data, including through contributions to the evolving Data Use Action Plan and management of a member-approved Data Use Fund. Mark Brough Chairs the group, supported operationally and substantively by the IATI Secretariat.The Terms of Reference for the Working Group can be found hereNotes from the biweekly calls can be accessed hereThe link to join calls can be accessed here.

DUWG meetings take place every other week on Tuesdays at 10-11am EST (via Zoom) and are open to anyone in the IATI community with an interest in increasing the use of IATI data, regardless of their IATI membership status. If you have any questions on this group, or would like to be added to the Outlook invite for meetings, please contact the IATI Secretariat (Anna Whitson) here in Connect or at anna.whitson@undp.org.

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Mark Brough

Agenda for Tuesday, 21st September 2021

1. Update on progress on the IATI Datastore (Secretariat);

2. Update on user requirements work and Semantic Data Layer and next steps (Secretariat);

3. Data Quality Index consultation - discussion of how to increase data user engagement in this process;

4. Update on the CSO training course work (confirm volunteers and get project initiation underway) (Secretariat);

5. Data exploration / analysis / use lightning talk session for the VCE2 - call for lightning talks from DUWG members (Secretariat)

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  • matmaxgeds

    Epic compilation! Is there a dropbox or zipped file to be able to download them all easily?

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  • Sarah McDuff - IATI Secretariat

    Great question. There were links to each of the docs/pages but removed them for now since some were internal. However, happy to clean up the list of links (to remove internal ones) and share these again later in the week so you can have as many links as possible.

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