Call for national researchers for the Global Data Barometer – Asia Region

Data for Development (D4D): Asia hub aims to improve availability and impact of open data and data for development in Asia. Launched in 2018 by the International Development Research Center, it is partnered with Open Development Initiative (ODI), Sinar Project (Malaysia) to strategically coordinate research and collaborative initiatives in the region.

Open Data for Development AsiaHub (D4DAsia) is currently seeking independent, country-level researchers for the following 14 countries: Indonesia; Philippines; Singapore; Cambodia; Lao PDR; Myanmar; Thailand; Vietnam; Sri Lanka; India; Nepal; Bangladesh; Taiwan; and Japan.

Selected researchers will act as national researchers for the first edition of the Global Data Barometer (2020–2021). The Global Data Barometer is a new study of data for the public good that builds on the foundation of the Open Data Barometer. Learn more about the Global Data Barometer project here. The pilot edition of the Global Data Barometer receives core funding from Canada’s International DevelopmentResearch Center under grant 109517-001 as part of the Data for Development program of work.

This call is open both for individual researchers as well as independent civil society and research organisations from the above-noted 14 countries.

For further information on this role and how to apply please visit:

DEADLINE: February 28th, 2021.

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Sun, 2021-02-28