Public registration for the virtual Conference is now open, and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. This year we are running the Conference to accommodate visitors across time zones from New York to Hong Kong.
Data for Policy international conference series is the premier global forum for interdisciplinary and cross-sector discussions around the impact and potentials of data-driven innovations in governance and public sector. Each year we host around a hundred speakers after a thorough peer-review process hosting key global stakeholder views from across prestigious academic institutions, government departments, international agencies, non-profit institutions, and businesses.
Adjusting to a virtual format this year, the Conference will run as a single-track over three days, with a mix of plenary panels, keynote talks and short presentation sessions, featuring speakers from more than 30 countries. There will also be live discussions and networking opportunities across the three days.
The Conference Programme will include academics, business leaders and policy makers across a range of disciplines, from organisations such as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the European Commission, and the Data for Policy partner organisations, including Cambridge University Press, the Alan Turing Institute and the Office for National Statistics. Please follow our website for programme updates as more details become available.
Conference delegates will have the benefit of:
- Unrestricted access to all live sessions over the three days during the Conference
- Advance access to Conference video presentations, discussion papers and other presentation materials
- Participation in live discussion and networking events during the Conference
- Receiving a Data for Policy 2020 Conference Attendance Certificate
The link for registration is http://dataforpolicy.org/registration/
We are very excited about the first virtual Data for Policy Conference, and we look forward to receiving your registration details soon!
Data for Policy Team