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ODI Fridays: Data cooperatives – the answer to data sharing that benefits all?

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In 2020 -21, Open Data Manchester set out to discover whether a data cooperative model could be developed that would enable organisations and communities collect, pool, process and share data for the benefits of their members. This talk will discusses some of the findings of that work and the work of the Data Cooperative Working Group that formed from it. This work was supported by the ODI’s Data Stimulus Fund, and Open Data Manchester worked with Carbon Coop and others. About the speaker Julian Tait is co-founder and CEO of Open Data Manchester CIC, a not-for-profit organisation formed in 2010 that helps organisations and communities understand and use data. He is a passionate advocate for how data and digital technologies can help build more resilient communities through giving people insight and a stake in the processes of governance and decision making. Current work is focussing on the ongoing development of the Declaration for Responsible and Intelligent Data Practice and new forms of data custodianship through the development of data cooperative models.

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