Open Tea: Data-informed decision-making

Datum: 08 januari 2018

Are you a data professional? And do you work in the field of international development? Then The Spindle & Data4Development hereby invite you to an Open Tea on January 8th on ‘data-informed decision-making’!

The Open Tea is an informal network meeting (max. 50 people) about information & data. The use of high quality information and data is an important building block for transparency and the effectiveness of aid. That is why Partos / The Spindle and Data4Development have joined in a partnership for the promotion of data. In 2018, more events on ‘data-informed decision-making’ in Dutch development cooperation will follow. 'Making data count' namely is one of the four themes that The Spindle focuses on. Are you joining for the first event?

 

Save the date!
The Spindle & Data4Development would like to invite you as a data professional, active in the development sector, to join us for an informal exchange of ideas, experience and inspiration in the open tea session. Three cases from datalabs initiatives such as Oxfam Novib, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Humanity X project from Leiden University will be presenting to exemplify different experiences with datalabs. The precise program is to be confirmed asap, but save the date!

 

Date: 8th of January 2018
Time: 15.30 - 18.30 (with New Year Drinks!)
Location: to be determined

 

Registration
You can register by filling out the short subscribe form on The Spindle website (in the orange box below). More information on the exact location and program will follow later.

 

Community of data professionals
The open tea is an informal network meeting about information & data. The Spindle & Data4Development would like to create a community of data professionals to support organisations to increase the use of data in the development sector and support the effectiveness of aid.

 

See you in January!