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Promote open access to detailed and standardised information on development cooperation
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Sunlight Foundation Reporting Group: Pro-Gingrich group moves to delay revealing donors

Another leading presidential super PAC signaled Thursday that it plans to keep its donors' identities under wraps until Jan.
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Transparency levels of aid programme 'very, very low' - Times of Malta

Transparency levels of aid programme 'very, very low' - Times of Malta | Aid Transparency | Scoop.it

Transparency levels of aid programme 'very, very low'Times of Malta. The programme's transparency is also being questioned, with the Foreign Affairs Ministry unwilling to publish its internal evaluations of the programme.

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Open Data Strategy by the EC: “The best way to get value from data is to give it away” | InnovationManagement

Open Data Strategy by the EC: “The best way to get value from data is to give it away” | InnovationManagement | Aid Transparency | Scoop.it
The European Commission (EC) has launched a new open data strategy that will see a vast number of datasets owned by public authorities released to the public.
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Exploring open aid data with aidinfo labs | Open Knowledge Foundation Blog

Exploring open aid data with aidinfo labs | Open Knowledge Foundation Blog | Aid Transparency | Scoop.it

The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) was set up in 2008 by 18 leading international development organisations. It aims to make information about aid spending easier to access, use and understand. Since the start of this year IATI has been making great progress securing access to data on aid activities and spending, with an agreed machine-readable data standard, a licensing framework, a registry of available data (based on the OKF’s CKAN software), and political commitments from over 20 donor countries and agencies to publish IATI data in the next year.


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Greater transparency needed in China's charity sector - Xinhua

Greater transparency needed in China's charity sectorXinhua"Charities will lose public credibility without transparency," Yang Tuan, a researcher with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) and the co-editor of the China Charitable Donation...
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