The research prepared by IDFI and its partner non-governmental organizations: KohoVolit.eu (the Czech Republic and Slovakia), K-Monitor Public Benefit Association (Hungary) and Stanczyk Institute of Civic Thought Foundation (Poland) reviews the legislative framework of open data in Georgia and in four central European countries – Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic.
Together with legislative frameworks, the document also analysis practices of access to open data, main open data platforms run in these countries and the frequency of open data utilization by local activists and private sector representatives on every-day basis. Recommendations for each country are also presented.
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