Open Data Developments, Opportunities and Challenges in Europe: Lessons learned from Open Data best practices in 2022

F.M. Welle Donker, Ana Kuveždić Divjak

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As part of the Twinning Open Data Operational (TODO) Project, a series of virtual and physical site visits were organized in 2021 and 2022 as part of the Capacity Building Work Package. The goal of the site visits was to increase the knowledge of the TODO Consortium partners and to expand their understanding of the real-life implementation of open data policies, technologies, and initiatives in different domains. The institutions that participated in the site visits are considered to be among open data best practices in Europe. These organizations included public organizations at different administrative levels (EU, national, regional, local), businesses, research institutions and non-profit organizations. The aim of the site visits was to gain insight in policies and day-to -day practices of open data organizations and in the main challenges they are facing. This paper describes the outcomes of these site visits, and which open data developments, challenges and opportunities are currently going on for open data organisations.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2022
EventTODO International Conference on Open Data: Open Data Challenges in Times of Crisis and Growth - Hotel Dubrovnik & University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
Duration: 28 Nov 20222 Dec 2022


ConferenceTODO International Conference on Open Data
Abbreviated titleICOD2022
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  • high value datasets
  • open data research
  • capacity building
  • open data ecosystems
  • data spaces

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