The Transform the Sector Reports have Launched 🚀
Powered by Data recognized at CODS17!
We’ve just published a set of reports based on the discussions at Transform the Sector 2017. These reports accompany the conference videos and were developed to increase the sector's capacity to collect, use, and share data.
Launching the Transform the Sector 2017 Video Series
We are honoured to have been awarded the Open Data Accessibility Award during the Canadian Open Data Awards annual ceremony on June 13th, 2017 in Edmonton, Alberta.
What we heard at Transform the Sector
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve produced a video series of the sessions at Transform the Sector 2017. The series includes a conference recap and also videos that cover the various topics discussed at the conference including open data and funders, administrative data, data capacity and data ethics.
Our interview with Tris Lumley
It’s been a month since Transform the Sector, the conference on building a data-informed social sector, that we co-hosted with the Ontario Trillium Foundation and the Stanford Digital Civil Society Lab. Here is our list of the 5 themes that we heard emerge throughout the day.
It’s time to get PolicyWise about administrative data
Tris is participating in two plenary panels at Transform the Sector. In his first panel, he will be discussing NPC’s work unlocking administrative data. In his second panel, and the final one of the conference, he will focus on his work digitally transforming the UK’s charitable sector.
The use of administrative data by the social sector is one of the topics we’re most excited to cover at Transform the Sector. Unlocking administrative data is important for improving evaluation and research, but it’s also a key enabling tool for social finance and social impact bonds.