RightsCon 2017 is taking place in Brussels, Belgium. Sinar Project team will be participating in this three day convening and pre-event.
Working with Popolo data and exporting them as CSV
BFM Radio Evening Session Podcast featuring Sinar Project
Building the infrastructure and acquiring the data needed to build useful electoral apps is a hard problem that is often overlooked
A public facility for searchable archive of important Malaysian government documents such as annual reports, speeches and forms that are no longer available online at respective websites or as soft copies.
Initial scoping study to map Malaysian owned Palm Oil Plantation companies to Indonesian Palm Oil Concessions in Riau, Sumatra
We need to raise at least RM75,000 to fund research for a team, to build a more complete and up to date public Politically Exposed Persons Malaysian database for anti-corruption work and also in preparation for upcoming elections
Demonstrates how a "Joined Up" Data Application can be assembled quickly and easily from independent Components.
How people collaborate on Civic Software Project regardless of country of origin
A research study by the Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI) and Sinar Project.
In this guest post by Tindak Malaysia volunteer: Danesh Prakash Chacko explains the nitty gritty on how the Electoral and Administrative Boundaries data set is made ready (with proper quality + citations) for the public reuse.
Ideas on improving participation, capacity building and building innovative projects from collaborative discussions IODC conferences
Covering open contracting, joined up data standards and civil society capacity
The Star, Malaysia covers why open data is needed for government accountability
Turning data into action: what we learned from conducting social audits on public housing communities in Malaysia
The Sinar Project in Malaysia is exploring ways of making critical information public and accessible to Malaysian citizens. The project is supported by the Open Data for Development (OD4D) programme and has been run in collaboration with OpenSpending at Open Knowledge International. The Sinar Project in Malaysia is exploring ways of making critical information public and accessible to Malaysian citizens. The project is supported by the Open Data for Development (OD4D) programme and has been run in collaboration with OpenSpending at Open Knowledge International
Malay Mail Online interviewed Sinar Project and several residents of Kota Damansara public housing about the state of urban poverty in the area.
Experience at Asia-Pacific region Internet Governance Forum, Taipei.
Experience at Youth Internet Governance Forum, Taipei (yIGF)
ToR Open Observatory (OONI) network interference tests reveal which sites are officially blocked and
This is an overview of how we work on open budget data at all levels of government from ground up approach.
How our Popit Database of Politically Exposed Persons helps uncover culprits and hold officials accountable
We need to raise at least RM240,000 in funds to be able to continue to work on Open Parliament and Anti-Corruption tech, data and research
Our Freedom of Information (FOI) project is was featured on Oriental Daily newspaper recently regarding FOI implementation in Penang where we shared that Penang FOI Enactment 2010 does not comply with international guidelines but also adds arbitrary provisions that restricts freedom of expression of the public to share documents
In this blog, we share experiences in running open data workshop with grassroot communities of Kota Damansara public housing
Siri tip-tip untuk mempertahankan diri anda daripada pengawasan pihak ketiga
RightsCon Silicon Valley is taking place in Mission Bay, San Francisco. Sinar Project team will be participating in this three day convening.
Measuring Provision of Public Services for Education
Using a variety of methods and joined up data to gather information to make government budgets and expenditure more accessible and accountable.
The Malaysian government may not make some data easily available, but it can still be found and extracted from parliamentary proceedings
Recap from the Global Open Data Index results on 2015 for Southeast Asia. This blog was first published in Open Knowledge blog.