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Tool:Connecting the Dots: Building the Case for Open Data to Fight Corruption

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The purpose of this overview report is to make the case for using open data to strengthen anti-corruption efforts. The report, which was jointly conceived and carried out by Transparency International and the Web Foundation, assessed the extent to which a select group of G20 countries (Brazil, France, Germany, Indonesia and South Africa) have met their commitments to fight corruption by applying and implementing the principles and actions set out in the G20 Principles. This report also provides a set of recommendations for further action based on that assessment. Source: https://www.transparency.org/whatwedo/publication/connecting the dots building the case for open data to fight corruption

Tool details

Name Connecting the Dots: Building the Case for Open Data to Fight Corruption
Type Guideline
Tool topic Digitalisation, Ethical values and anti-corruption, Policy-making & Strategy
Keywords Information BrochureProperty "Keywords" has a restricted application area and cannot be used as annotation property by a user., Open dataProperty "Keywords" has a restricted application area and cannot be used as annotation property by a user., corruptionProperty "Keywords" has a restricted application area and cannot be used as annotation property by a user., G20 PrincipleProperty "Keywords" has a restricted application area and cannot be used as annotation property by a user.
Institution Transparency International and the Web Foundation
Department five G20 countries (Brazil, France, Germany, Indonesia and South Africa)
Year 2017
Target group national
Related File 2017_OpenDataConnectingDots_EN.pdf
Last update 14. 09. 2017 by Admin