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4th International Open Data Conference
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Thursday, October 6 • 12:00 - 13:30
Data + Parliaments

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Data + Parliaments

Moderators
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Jonh Wonderlich

Interim Executive Director, Sunlight Foundation
Biography: John Wonderlich is the Policy Director for the Sunlight Foundation and one of the nation's foremost advocates for open government. John spearheads Sunlight's goal of changing the government by opening up key data sources and information to make government more accountable to citizens. He is one of the foremost authorities on transparency policy, from legislation and accountability in Congress to ethics and information policy in... Read More →

Speakers
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Jean Marie Bourgogne

President, OPENDATAFRANCE
Title proposal: Best Practice : MANAGEMENT OF A WIDE PUBLIC ACTORS NETWORK (OpendataFrance). | | Biography: Jean-Marie BOURGOGNE is the co-founder and director of the association  OpenDataFrance which gathers French local authorities to promote Opendata in France. He previously managed the digital strategy of the city of Montpellier. He was also deputy director of the leading French think-thank for digital challenges, the... Read More →
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Jen Bramley

Partnerships and projects manager, mySociety
Title proposal: Collaboration for parliamentary data: changing the world of parliamentary monitoring. | | Biography: Jen joined mySociety in 2013 and has since worked on a wide range of projects in countries from Zimbabwe to Malaysia, and topics from FOI to street fault reporting. Her main role is the support and implementation of projects in the Parliaments and Democracy stream at mySociety. This can include anything from advice on... Read More →
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Darko Brkan

President, UG Zasto ne / CA Why not
Title proposal: A new way of getting citizens and parliamentarians excited about  legislation in the parliament - www.javnarasprava.ba. | | Biography: Darko Brkan is the president of CA „Why not“, one of the most prominent Bosnian NGOs that promotes activism, government accountability and the use of technology in deepening democracy. He is also president of the board of the regional network Action SEE and was a... Read More →
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Jean-Noe Landry

Executive Director, Open North
Proposal title: Situating open data in national open parliament action plans: drawing lessons learned from successful CSO initiatives for the global open data community. | | Biography: Jean-Noé Landry is Executive Director of Open North, Canada's leading non profit specialized in applied research on open data, government open data, open parliament, and civic technology. Open North conducted data assessments of national and... Read More →
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Ariel Riera

Journalist, Chequeado
Title proposal: Impact of live data during election debates. | | Biography: Ariel Riera: Journalist. He studied Communication Science at Universidad de Buenos Aires. Since 2012 he is part of Chequeado´s newsroom, the only Argentine organization dedicated to fact-checking and leader of the movement in Latin America. He has published articles in multiple national media outlets.  
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Rebecca Rumbul

Head of Research, mySociety
Title proposal: The UK EU Referendum: how civic tech informed voters. | | Biography: Dr Rebecca Rumbul is Head of Research for civic tech NGO mySociety, a role focused on understanding the real world implications and impacts of civic technology for citizens, governments and the wider transparency and open governance community. Rebecca holds a PhD in Politics and Governance, and has authored several peer-reviewed publications on politics and... Read More →


Thursday October 6, 2016 12:00 - 13:30
Room E

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