This post was originally published on the Open Knowledge Foundation blog.
This is a cross-post by Duncan Edwards from the Institute of Development Studies.
This post is copied from an email that my colleague Kelly Hawrylyshyn sent to me. Kelly works on disaster risk reduction (DRR) with Plan UK.
I’m just home after a week at the Open Knowledge Festival in Helsinki (and wishing I could have cloned myself and attended each of the 13 streams!):
OK Festival is in full swing here in Helsinki, and if today is anything like the past two days, it will be full of information and exchange on everything “open.”
I spent last week at the International Open Government Data Conference (IOGDC), put on by Data.gov, the World Bank Open Data Initiative and the Open Development Technology Alliance.
The Open Knowledge Festival (OKFest) happens this September 17-22 in Helsinki, Finland with the theme Ope
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