[open-development] job vacancies & good open development reads

Riccardo de Marchi Trevisan rdemarchi at developmentgateway.org
Tue Feb 12 14:21:51 UTC 2013


Hi Simon,
I am replying to all because I think this info might be useful to the
group.
At Development Gateway we put together a library of documents on
AidTransparency, OpenData, and OpenGov. The library is being constantly
updated by our editorial team.

You can also contribute to the library and keep it up to date. The links
are the following:
zunia.org/cat/open-data
zunia.org/cat/open-government
zunia.org/cat/aid-transparency

Let me know if you have any questions in regards. I hope you will find
these info useful.

Thanks,
Ricky


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On Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 7:57 AM, Simon Parrish <Simon.Parrish at devinit.org>wrote:

>  Hi folks,
>
>  I have two related requests for help
>
>  1) aidinfo are looking recruit a couple of people who are passionate
> about promoting transparency & accountability, and excited by the
> potential of open data. We have two positions
>
>    - An *Aid Transparency Programme Manager *who will lead our work to
>    promote transparency of all poverty-focused resources, including through
>    the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI). (note: the deadline
>    for this role is quite tight. 25th Feb)
>    - An *Open Aid Data Analyst *to support and promote the use of open
>    aid data, and increase the availability and quality of data.
>
> Please forward to anyone you think might be interested. More details on
> the website (aidinfo.org/about-us/recruitment<http://www.aidinfo.org/about-us/recruitment>),
> or contact me directly.
>
>  2) I'm looking to compile a list of *must-read* resources for people new
> to the open development / open data/ transparency scene, and thought I
> might crowdsource. So what do you think are the definitive papers, blogs
> (etc.) that would serve well as an introduction?
>
>  Grateful for your thoughts. I'll share the results back with the group.
>
>  Cheers,
>
>  Simon
>
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