Join us on 16 December 2022 at 14:00h CET on Zoom for the launch of the European region results of the first Global Data Barometer (GDB).
We will be discussing how Europe is the strongest region globally on data for public good, but still only has a middling score of 51% overall.
The report reveals which data exists and which is missing in areas such as anti-corruption, company & beneficial ownership information, climate action, and health and covid.
For 21 European countries, we will be discussing what we can learn from the highest scoring country Estonia with 67% and the lowest scoring which is Malta with just 37%.
- Helen Darbishire, Access Info
- Ott Karulin, Government of Estonia & OGP Co-Chair
- Silvana Fumega, Global Data Barometer & ILDA
- Matthew Caruana Galizia, Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation
- Maíra Martini, Transparency International
- Serv Wiemers, Open State Foundation
- Karina Shedrofsky, OCCRP
Discussants will include investigative journalists, representatives of anti-corruption organisations, legal experts, and representatives of the EU and inter-governmental organisations.
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The importance of the open data debate was highlighted recently when a EU Court of Justice ruling closed down access to beneficial ownership registers, one of the datasets evaluated in the Global Data Barometer.
About the Global Data Barometer Reports
There will be two reports released on 16 December:
The 21 countries are: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
About the Global Data Barometer
The GDB is a multi-dimensional study that assessed the state of data in 109 countries. It aims to create a new global benchmark that looks at data governance, capability, availability, and the use and impact of data for the public good.
The study focused specifically on the areas of Company Information, Land, Political Integrity, Public Finance, Public Procurement, Climate Action, and Health & Covid-19.