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Thursday, May 28 • 11:00 - 12:15
Data + Elections / Données + élections

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Bringing open data into the election process.
Assurer l'accès des données ouvertes dans le processus électoral.

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Jacques Mailloux

Jacques co-chaired the inaugural GTEC Open Data Speed Dating event in 2013; was one of the driving forces behind the Open Data for Development Challenge in early 2014; convened the Open Data Open Mic event at IOG for  International Open Data Day 2014 and was proud to be the City... Read More →

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Marina Barros

Researcher / Chercheuse, Centre for Technology and Society
Marina has been a researcher at the Centre for Technology and Society (CTS) since April 2014. She took part in the first and largest research project about public transparency in Brazil, which looked specifically at the compliance of Brazilian public institutions with the Freedom... Read More →
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Nicolas Roberge

CEO / PDG, Evollia Inc.
Web veteran of the late 90s, Nicolas is now the CEO of Evollia, were cloud computing, open source software, the semantic web (ex: open data), and social media platforms are ingredients to help organisations seize opportunities in the digital age.. He draws on his experience and... Read More →
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Megan Ryskamp

Megan Ryskamp leads partnerships for Google's Civic Engagement Team. Since 2007, Google's elections products have launched in more than 40 countries to provide millions of voters with access to information online to help them make informed decisions. Megan also develops high impact... Read More →
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Diah Setiawaty

She is an Open Data activist that also one of the founders of Open Data Club. Her latest position in the Association for Election and Democracy (PERLUDEM) is a researcher and a program officer.  Her work aims to provide better information to  voters, promote accessibility to public... Read More →
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Martín Szyszlican

Technology coordinator, PODER (México)
Technology coordinator at PODER in Mexico City, develops several free software and open-data basedtools for researchers and journalists to better understand the elites that capture the state in Mexico andLatinamerica such as QuienEsQuien.wiki, TorreDeControl.org and MexicoLeaks.mxStudied... Read More →

Thursday May 28, 2015 11:00 - 12:15 EDT
Room 209

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