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Inspirationlab #22: The Future of Data for Humanity

18 June, 2015 @ 17:00 - 18:00


On Thursday 18 June Jean Richard Witteveen and Caroline Kroon will share their vision on the Future of Data for Humanity. Jean Richard Witteveen will provide insights on the opportunities and future of the use of data in the private sector from his point of view as the CEO of Eccentrade, an online information platform designed to provide transparency in global trade.

Caroline Kroon is an experienced Open Data strategist for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cordaid and Plan Nederland and will share her vision on the Future of Data for Humanity from a practitioners perspective.

Practical information

Who can attend? Inspirationlabs are for people both inside and outside the university: researchers, students, policy makers, experts and professionals in a given field of knowledge, sharing their perspectives on certain topics. Inspirationlabs are free for anyone to attend, but please make sure to register beforehand by emailing your name & the name of the inspirationlab you would like to attend (important for catering/drinks).

Location: Debatcafé, Schouwburgstraat 2, The Hague (Leiden University – Campus The Hague)
Language : English (open to anyone) 
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18 June, 2015
17:00 - 18:00
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Leiden University Centre for Innovation in cooperation with i4C and DFS
+31 (0) 70 800 9500


Living Lab (2nd Floor) – Campus The Hague
Schouwburgstraat 2
The Hague, Zuid-Holland 2511 VA Netherlands
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+31 (0) 70 800 9500