Future session: Open data as a driver for improving livelihoods of smallholders

How can we use innovation around open data for development?

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In 2018, The Spindle and HumanityX (Centre for Innovation of Leiden University) collaborate in organising a series of monthly inspirational working sessions for our mutual communities! In these sessions, we’ll explore the relevance of (technological) trends for the future of development cooperation. The sessions are high in energy and always involve an expert. See what’s going on and get more grip on the implications and ideas that would work!

What can you expect from it?

  • What is open data? What is it not?
  • How can open data benefit smallholders?
  • What methods are available to assess impacts of open data?
  • What best practices can be identified?
  • How does (open) data play a role in development?
  • What can be expected in the future from data-driven development?

This working session is given by Sander Janssen and Rob Lokers from Wageningen University and GODAN. During this session, the examples of weather and land data will be used.

Location: The Hague Humanity HubFluwelen Burgwal 58, The Hague
Date: Tuesday the 30th of October
Time: 15.30h-18.00h with networking drinks after!

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