The Open Knowledge Foundation is a part of a global network with groups in more than 40 countries and counting! We use advocacy, technology and training to unlock information, to create and share knowledge. We also lead in-depth debates so that we collectively build a social infrastructure that integrates openness as a design principle in our democracies.
If you are interested in contacting a group or individual in your country, check out our list of experts. Our groups can always benefit from more friendly faces and fresh ideas — they will be happy to hear from you! Please contact us if you, as an individual or organisation, would like to join our global network. Everyone is welcome; anyone can join. No special skills or background are needed — just an interest in open knowledge.
The members operate independently, setting their own priorities for projects relevant to their country or domain, but support each other, share expertise, tools and materials on a regular basis through the network, amplifying open knowledge activities around the globe.
If you want to know more about the Open Knowledge Network activities, and browse through the most important projects, have a look at the Project Repository.
In addition, the Network identifies specialists of the open movement to be part of the Open Knowledge Global Directory: a curated and searchable database of people with different expertise areas and language spoken. Go to the Global Directory and remember you can request a specialist today!
Kicked off 4 startups, 2 NPOs | Solo moto ride across .au at 15 | Mayoral Advisor (Taipei) | Views my own.
A quantitative ecologist/oceanographer by training, Chen-Yi Tu (Crystal) is experienced in storytelling with various types of data. She is the one of the founding members of DSP, a social enterprise dedicated to data science training and consultancy for solving real world problem. She is also the co-founder of OceanSays, a blog that reflects her background in oceanography and enthusiasm in sharing information and knowledge. As she is passionate about exploring the edge of human knowledge, usually you can find her in a library, museum or UNESCO World Heritage Site when she is out of office.
Co-founder of Code for Tomorrow initiatives and has been engaged in open data, government website and technology topics for nearly a decade. Also reviewer of Taiwan in the Open Data Index 2014 and Taiwan Open Data Census.