Conference on Open Data against Corruption in Oxford

On Friday 17th April, the Oxford Centre for the Study of Corruption and Transparency will hold a one-day conference on Open Data as a Tool to Tackle Corruption.  This takes place under the aegis of the EU-funded project “TACOD” (Towards a European strategy to reduce Corruption by enhancing the use of Open Data) coordinated by RISSC (Research Centre on Security and Crime) and hosted by the University of Oxford.  The conference will present results from the research pertaining to the four countries covered in the project (Austria, Italy, Spain, and United Kingdom), as well as policy recommendations for monitoring and enhancing the use of open government data for the detection and prevention of corruption. For the detailed conference programme, click here: TACOD Conference Programme.

The conference is open to all.  However, for the purposes of catering, we would be grateful if you could register by emailing: indicating any dietary requirements.