Posted 26 March, 2014 by Christopher Wilson

Comparing Corruption Data: expedition in London next week

We’re organizing a corruption data expedition in London next Tuesday, together with the School of Data and Civicus World Alliance.

The expedition involve teams wrangling, scraping and analyzing different kinds of corruption data collected by civil society (everything from citizen reports, to representative surveys to web-scraped data) and looking for ways to piece them together for better data-driven advocacy. We’ve got space for up to 25 people, and will be running on Wednesday April 2nd, 9:30 til 4:30 at C4CC, near King’s Cross. You can find more information in this concept note and background on Civicus work to support citizen data for accountability here.

You can also register on this form.

If you’re in London next week and interested in anti-corruption campaigning or want to flex datawrangling muscles, sharpen dataskills and mash up for the greater good, join us!

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