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Friday, May 29 • 13:30 - 15:00
La Francophonie: nouvelle frontière des données ouvertes / La Francophonie: The New Frontier of Open Data

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Au-delà d’une communauté de langue, la Francophonie qui rassemble 300 millions de personnes, est un espace de coopération, d'échanges, de rencontres. Pour se comprendre, pour échanger, pour coopérer, pour travailler avec les sociétés civiles, pour ouvrir de larges zones de confiance et de transparence, il faut un vocabulaire partagé, mais aussi des référentiels communs, des formats comparables…

L'open data permet de mettre à disposition des citoyens, des entreprises, mais aussi des administrations elles-mêmes de nouveaux savoirs et de nouvelles ressources, utiles à la démocratie, à l’économie, et à l’innovation.Cette session rassemblera représentants de la Francophonie - administrations, organisations de la société civile, innovateurs, start-ups - afin de partager leurs expériences en matière de données ouvertes et d’identifier de nouvelles aires de coopérations au sein de ces écosystèmes. La France partagera sa vision des données ouvertes sociales, déployée dans le portail data.gouv.fr, qui a entre autres inspiré le Maroc. Le Canada offrira un aperçu du processus d’implémentation des données ouvertes dans un contexte bilingue, et le développement des outils et des ressources reconnu partout au monde. Le lancement en juin 2014 du portail data.gov.bf et du projet « Nos Ecoles, Nos Données » par le Burkina Faso inspirera les pays débutant tout juste leurs politiques d’ouverture des données. La startup française OpenDataSoft expliquera comment outiller les projets basés sur les données ouvertes en prenant en compte les contextes locaux. L’association Open Knowledge France diffusera ses techniques pédagogiques d’exploration des données, telles que mises en œuvre dans ses ateliers “Ecole des données”.

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Beyond a community of language, the Francophonie, which is made up of 300 million French-speakers and “francophiles”, is a space of shared culture, exchanges, common references, mutual understanding, and cooperation. Open data itself could be one of these shared tools, giving citizens, organizations, businesses, and government agencies themselves access to resources that can benefit democracies, economies, and innovation. This session will bring together country representatives, government members, civil society organizations, innovators, and startups of the Francophonie to share experience and best practices in open data, and to identify potential areas of collaboration within their ecosystems. This session will include presentations and interactive kiosks. France will share its vision of social open data embedded in the data.gouv.fr portal, which has inspired Morocco among others. Canada will provide insights on the implementation of open data commitments in a bilingual environment, building tools and resources that have been recognized worldwide. The launch in June 2014 of data.gov.bf and of the « Nos Ecoles, Nos Données » project by Burkina Faso may inspire countries starting implementing open data policies. France-based startup OpenDataSoft will explain how to better equip open data projects to adapt to local contexts. The civil society organization Open Knowledge France will share its open data education methods, refined in its “Ecole des données” workshops. 


Moderators
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Laure Lucchesi

Deputy Director / Directrice adjointe, Etalab
Laure Lucchesi is the Deputy Director at Etalab, French Prime Minister's task force for Open Government and Open Data. Etalab coordinates the national Open Data and Open Government policies. It operates the platform data.gouv.fr, and animates the ecosystem to stimulate data reuse... Read More →

Speakers
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Frank Carassus

COO & Co-Founder, Open Datasoft
Franck Carassus is co-founder & COO of OpenDataSoft, a software company developing a turnkey SaaS platform designed for smart and easy transformation of all types of data into innovative services (Open Data, APIs, data visualizations, real-time flows). Franck Carassus has previously... Read More →
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Pierre Chrzanowski

Open Knowledge France board member and consultant / Membre du conseil d’administration d’Open Knowledge France et consultant, Open Knowledge France and World Bank / Open Knowledge France et la Banque mondiale
Pierre CHRZANOWSKI co-founded France’s local Open Knowledge Foundation group and now serves on the group’s board. His main responsibility is the Public Domaine Calculator project, but he is also involved in the development of the School of Data. Pierre is interested in social... Read More →
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Claire-Marie Foulquier-Gazagnes

Policy Officer / Chargée de mission, Etalab
Claire-Marie Foulquier-Gazagnes is a Policy Officer in charge of Innovation and International Affairs at Etalab, the French Prime Minister’s taskforce for Open Data. She holds a MA in Public and Corporate Management from HEC Paris and Sciences Po Paris. Claire-Marie was listed as... Read More →
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Marie-Cécile Huet

Chief Marketing Officer / Agente de marketing principale, OpenDataSoft
Marie-Cécile Huet is Chief Marketing Officer at OpenDataSoft, a software company developing an Open Data management platform. After graduating from the French Press Institute, she has worked several years as Marketing Specialist at Exalead (Dassault Systèmes Group).---Marie-Cécile... Read More →
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Chantal Marin-Comeau

Director General of the Evaluation and Acquisitions Branch / Directrice générale responsable de l’Évaluation et des acquisitions, Library and Archives Canada / Bibliothèque et Archives Canada
Chantal Marin-Comeau is the Director General of the Evaluation and Acquisitions Branch at Library and Archives Canada. As such, she oversees the evaluation and acquisition of documentary heritage for LAC.  This includes Government of Canada records of enduring value, private archives... Read More →


Friday May 29, 2015 13:30 - 15:00 EDT
2. Salon Ottawa

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