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A matter of trust : building integrity into data, statistics and records to support sustainable development / edited by Anne Thurston

Contributor(s): Thurston, Anne [editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : University of London Press, 2020Description: 1 online resource (248 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781912250349.Subject(s): Sustainable development reporting -- Developing countries | Sustainable development -- Developing countries -- StatisticsGenre/Form: Electronic BooksOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Records as evidence for measuring sustainable development in Africa
The state of data and statistics in sub-Saharan Africa in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals
Data, information and records : exploring definitions and relationships
The potential – constructive and destructive – of information technology for records management : case studies from India
Statistical accuracy and reliable records : a case study of mortality statistics in The Gambia
Mainstreaming records and data management in sustainable development : lessons from the public and private sectors in Kenya
Open data and records management – activating public engagement to improve information : case studies from Sierra Leone and Cambodia
Assuring authenticity in public sector data : a case study of the Kenya Open Data Initiative
Preserving the digital evidence base for measuring the Sustainable Development Goals
Preserving and using digitally encoded information as a foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
Transparency in the 21st century : the role of records in achieving public access to information, protecting fundamental freedoms and monitoring sustainable development
Information management for international development : roles, responsibilities and competencies
The quality of data, statistics and records used to measure progress towards achieving the SDGs : a fictional situation analysis
Note(s):
Includes index.
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Includes index.

Records as evidence for measuring sustainable development in Africa

The state of data and statistics in sub-Saharan Africa in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals

Data, information and records : exploring definitions and relationships

The potential – constructive and destructive – of information technology for records management : case studies from India

Statistical accuracy and reliable records : a case study of mortality statistics in The Gambia

Mainstreaming records and data management in sustainable development : lessons from the public and private sectors in Kenya

Open data and records management – activating public engagement to improve information : case studies from Sierra Leone and Cambodia

Assuring authenticity in public sector data : a case study of the Kenya Open Data Initiative

Preserving the digital evidence base for measuring the Sustainable Development Goals

Preserving and using digitally encoded information as a foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

Transparency in the 21st century : the role of records in achieving public access to information, protecting fundamental freedoms and monitoring sustainable development

Information management for international development : roles, responsibilities and competencies

The quality of data, statistics and records used to measure progress towards achieving the SDGs : a fictional situation analysis

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