This consultation closed on March 1st, 2019 and the discussions are no longer accepting comments. If you would like to contact IATI, please email email@example.com
Many thanks to all those who took the time to comment on the discussions. Summaries of the discussions below will be available below on Friday 8th of March, 2019. We thank all our Moderators for facilitating the discussion and synthesising the outcomes.
From the 4th to 18th of March, IATI will hold a survey on data use as the next phase of the consultation to develop the IATI Strategic Plan. To learn more about IATI, visit iatistandard.org.
With IATI recently celebrating its ten-year anniversary, this online consultation is an opportunity to spark dialogue around essential priorities for the initiative’s next three years. Anticipating the next generation of partnership and data needs, your responses will help IATI to ensure it responds to the rapidly-evolving development finance, open data and transparency agendas, to increase the use of development cooperation data.
You may wish to read through two background documents prepared for this consultation (an external and internal scanning paper). These papers examine the current international cooperation and open data landscape, as well as IATI’s progress and achievements since its inception in 2008, and may be useful tools to inform your participation in the consultation.
Please feel free to comment in as many threads, and respond to as many or as few questions, as you like. Though the consultation will largely be hosted in English, comments in French and Spanish are also welcomed. You may also submit contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org to be posted on your behalf, should you encounter any connectivity issues.
Positioning for 2030
1. What are the implications for IATI of an ever-evolving development financing and partnership landscape that increasingly moves beyond ODA? Where should IATI position itself within this landscape (at the national, regional, and global levels) and within the broader context of the 2030 Agenda?
Vision and Mission
2. Do IATI’s current vision and mission remain valid? If not, how could they be reshaped to better support achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and other global political agendas?
3. Are the five key strategic objectives from the 2016-2018 Strategic Direction still the right priorities for IATI, or have these changed?
[The five key objectives from the 2016-2018 Strategic Direction are: 1.) Promoting Data Use; 2.) Improving IATI data quality, breadth and depth; 3.) Maintaining and improving the IATI Standard; 4.) Communication and Outreach; and 5.) Institutional Arrangements]