Check out ‘Ireland’s Sustainable Development Goals Hub’ which was launched last week. This is Ireland's public platform for exploring, downloading and combining publicly available data relating to UN Sustainable Development Goals. Ireland's progress against each Goal is measured using a set of globally agreed Indicators with data currently available for 12 of the 17 Goals.
Following the success of our recent Open Data Ireland Initiative Training Courses, we are delighted to announce that, based on indicated demand so far, we have scheduled additional dates for November in Cork and December in Dublin.
The Cork date is:
In the spirit of open access week, a joint meeting of the Public Bodies Working Group and the network of Open Data Liaison Officers which has been recently established under the Open Data Strategy 2017-22 took place on Tuesday 24th October in Government Building. Some 70 public service officials from across a broad spectrum of organisations attended.
There is just one week left until the closing date for the 2017/2018 Open Data Engagement Fund so get working on those applications!
With just one week to go, our October Open Data Ireland Initiative Training Courses in Dublin, are filling up fast! If you would like to attend then please book now!
The dates are:
Survey on qualitative air quality data.
The EPA currently has an open data consortium project running on air quality data and one of their first activities is to find out the current status of air quality data “open-ness” and what barriers users/potential users of near real time air quality open data are facing.
Patrick O’Donovan T.D., Minister of State for Public Procurement, Open Government and eGovernment at the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform and the Department of Finance announced details of the 2017/2018 Open Data Engagement Fund on 3rd October 2017.
Open Data Impact Series
The Open Data Impact Series promotes awareness, adoption and use of Open Data in different sectors, and supports the publication of high-quality Open Data.
Urban Tide has announced details of the first Open Data Ireland Initiative Training Courses for public bodies.
Public servants can now register for the following full-day training sessions in Dublin city-centre:
Please see below some recent developments which might be of interest to you:
HSE Open Data portal