Data have become increasingly more important for all types of professionals to scope, evaluate and maintain resilience projects around the globe.
But how can you distinguish good data from bad? And what are the best practices to use data for current and future projects?
To help answers some of these questions, join Zilient.org's open data webinar on Wednesday May 23rd.
Our panel will share their experiences and offer insights about how to collect, organize, and use data in the best possible ways, as well as where you can find publicly accessible data and how open data is helping to bolster resilience efforts.
Panel members include:
● Thomas Bjelkeman-Pettersson, Co-Founder & Director CTO with Akvo.org
● Aniket Bhushan, Lead Analyst and Principal Investigator with the Canadian International Development Platform (CIDP)
● Fernando Perini, Senior Program Specialist at the International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
Joyce Coffee, President with Climate Resilient Consulting, will moderate this live discussion.
Please register for the webinar on Zoom, where you can also submit a question for the panel in advance. The event will also be broadcast live on Zilient's Facebook page.