Jane on November 1st, 2010

Information needs to be timely, accessible, comparable and comprehensive. Aid is a precious resource, but to get the most out of it we need more and better aid information. Working with organisations from around the world, “Publish what you find” calls on donors to publish what they fund. Focused as the Global Campaign for Aid […]

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Between May 10 and July 13, more than 2000 Canadian individuals and organizations registered to share their ideas and submissions. Canadian Open Access advocates Heather Morrison, and others, participated in public consultation period about Canada’s digital l economy by posting a letter on the government website. The executive summary reads: “We recommend that Canada develop […]

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