The case of ARTIGO 19 in Brazil and Datalat in Ecuador Authors: Paulina Bustos (Artigo 19) and Julio López (Datalat) This blog is part of the event report series on International Open Data Day 2018. On Saturday 3 March, groups from around the world organised over 400 events to celebrate, promote and spread the use […]
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