A Framework for Data Sharing in Practice, Summary Report, Part II, is a collective outcome document from two meetings held in 2017, one in New York in May and a follow-up in Copenhagen in December. The meetings were held with support from OCHA’s Centre for Humanitarian Data.
The objective of these meetings was to develop a framework for data sharing by which the humanitarian community can facilitate safe, responsible, and purposeful data and information sharing for stronger humanitarian response and protection outcomes.
The December meeting brought together practitioners and thinkers from HHI, NRC, Netherlands Red Cross, IRC, IOM, WFP, JIPS, DRC, OCHA, ProCap, ICRC, UNICEF, and UNHCR who worked to further refine key elements of the Framework for Data Sharing in Practice.
The document is a report on the discussions and agreement arising out of the December working meeting as well as the collaborative review of this document.
The OCHA & PIM: A Framework for Data Sharing in Practice: Summary Report, Part II, is available for download as pdf here.