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Report
24 September 2015

Investments to End Poverty 2015

The challenge of getting poverty to zero

Discussion paper
10 February 2016

The Sustainable Development Goals: joining-up new standards in a disconnected world

While more & more data is becoming available, much of it cannot be turned into useful information because it's published in different formats or to incompatible standards.

Discussion paper
4 March 2016

Sustainable Development Goals 2: joining-up new standards for ending hunger, achieving food security and improved nutrition and promoting sustainable agriculture

This paper focuses in detail on SDG 2 in relation to other existing data standards that inform and contribute to it.

Report
16 May 2016

Uganda’s data ecosystem

National, continental and global development agendas are all calling for data to play a catalytic role in both the meeting and monitoring of ambitio

Discussion paper
28 June 2016

Household surveys: do competing standards serve country needs?

Our research finds that two-thirds of questions in the 2 most widely used household surveys are either identical or similar enough to be practically comparable.

Background paper
19 July 2016

The P20: methods for tracking the status of people in the poorest 20%

Agenda 2030 is clear in its ambitions—everyone should be included in global progress over the next 15 years. But most discussions of progress focus on aggr

Publication
5 October 2016

Using community-generated data to deliver and track the Sustainable Development Goals at the local level

The project, led by the Open Institute, with Development Initiatives working as the partner responsible for data quality and analysis, has begun with a pil

Report
8 November 2016

Why was IODC2016 important for Joined-Up Data Standards?

In July this year we launched a consultation paper aimed at starting a discussion on what technical and political solutions to joined-up data challenges co

Discussion paper
23 November 2016

How can Data Catalog Vocabulary (DCAT) be used to address the needs of databases?

This paper aims to find a practical approach to applying DCAT to satisfy the needs of a portal that provides dynamic visualisations & a database that drives it.