Open Data and Foreign Policy

Open Data and Foreign Policy

 from 11:00 pm to 12:30 am
FHI 360
2098 T St NW, Washington, DC 20009, Greeley Hall (map)
What is the open data movement and how is it relevant to foreign policy? How is open data disrupting the business of development? Becoming data savvy and building bridges across silos is critical for almost any foreign policy professional. How has the arrival of the open data movement opened up new career trajectories in foreign policy? Join us for a dynamic panel discussion that addresses these questions and more. Panelists include Samantha Custer of AidData, Kat Townsend of USAID, Tariq Khokhar of the World Bank, and Laia Grino of InterAction.

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