Data-driven Local Policy Making for Sustainable Cities
The Data-based Local Policy Making for Sustainable Cities project was developed under Supporting Sustainable Cities program conducted by TESEV since 2016, with the support of Friedrich Naumann Foundation. The project aims to examine the concepts of data governance and to increase innovation capacities of local decision makers by facilitating data-based policy making.
The concepts examined in the Data-based Local Policy for a Sustainable City project include data management, data governance, big data and open data. A study visit in Amsterdam has been organized with 5 municipal representatives to examine how local decision makers use data governance to develop data-based policy. In addition, New Tools For Supporting Urban Policy: Open Data Platforms and Urban Dashboards report has been published and presented in a launch event to representatives from municipalities, academia and civil society.
Supporting Sustainable Cities – 2020: Improving Data Ecosystems for Sustainable Cities
Supporting Sustainable Cities – 2018: Inclusive Governance for Sustainable Cities
Supporting Sustainable Cities – 2017: Women’s Participation for Sustainable Cities
Supporting Sustainable Cities – 2016: e-Participation for Sustainable Cities