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Participatory

The government informs its constituents about its activities and asks for public comment, with the intention of incorporating their feedback.

Participatory data governance occurs when governments allow different constituents to contribute to the discussion, and are transparent and accountable about their activities to the public. The policy feedback loop, whereby policymakers seek feedback on how the public sees their efforts and then work to incorporate this feedback into future efforts, is a key part of democratic governance in general. But it is perhaps even more important in data governance, where, to be able to extract the most value possible from data while protecting people from harm, and to be able to keep up with the rapid pace of change, including outside perspectives is crucial.

Country Region Income category Attribute 5 Score Public Consulation on Data Government Response to Consultation Multistakeholder Advisory Body
United Kingdom Europe & Central Asia High income 100 1 1 1
Australia East Asia & Pacific High income 100 1 1 1
Germany Europe & Central Asia High income 100 1 1 1
New Zealand East Asia & Pacific High income 100 1 1 1
Netherlands Europe & Central Asia High income 33 1 0 0
France Europe & Central Asia High income 100 1 1 1
Spain Europe & Central Asia High income 100 1 1 1
Sweden Europe & Central Asia High income 67 1 0 1
Estonia Europe & Central Asia High income 33 1 0 0
Japan East Asia & Pacific High income 100 1 1 1
European Union Europe & Central Asia 67 1 0 1
Italy Europe & Central Asia High income 33 1 0 0
Canada North America High income 100 1 1 1
Brazil Latin America & Caribbean Upper middle income 67 1 0 1
Ireland Europe & Central Asia High income 33 1 0 0
Norway Europe & Central Asia High income 33 1 0 0
Finland Europe & Central Asia High income 33 1 0 0
Poland Europe & Central Asia High income 33 1 0 0
Singapore East Asia & Pacific High income 100 1 1 1
South Korea East Asia & Pacific High income 67 1 0 1
United States North America High income 100 1 1 1
Switzerland Europe & Central Asia High income 33 1 0 0
Uruguay Latin America & Caribbean High income 67 1 1 0
Panama Latin America & Caribbean Upper middle income 33 1 0 0
Argentina Latin America & Caribbean Upper middle income 33 1 0 0
Mexico Latin America & Caribbean Upper middle income 100 1 1 1
China East Asia & Pacific Upper middle income 33 1 0 0
Israel Middle East & North Africa High income 67 1 0 1
Colombia Latin America & Caribbean Upper middle income 100 1 1 1
Hungary Europe & Central Asia High income 33 1 0 0
Peru Latin America & Caribbean Upper middle income 33 1 0 0
Ukraine Europe & Central Asia Lower middle income 67 1 1 0
Thailand East Asia & Pacific Upper middle income 33 1 0 0
Taiwan East Asia & Pacific High income 67 1 0 1
Turkey Europe & Central Asia Upper middle income 33 1 0 0
Philippines East Asia & Pacific Lower middle income 33 1 0 0
Chile Latin America & Caribbean High income 67 1 1 0
Saudi Arabia Middle East & North Africa High income 33 1 0 0
Kenya Sub-Saharan Africa Lower middle income 33 1 0 0
Malaysia East Asia & Pacific Upper middle income 33 1 0 0
Indonesia East Asia & Pacific Lower middle income 33 1 0 0
South Africa Sub-Saharan Africa Upper middle income 67 1 1 0
Ghana Sub-Saharan Africa Lower middle income 33 1 0 0
United Arab Emirates Middle East & North Africa High income 0 0 0 0
Albania Europe & Central Asia Upper middle income 33 1 0 0
India South Asia Lower middle income 33 1 0 0
Jordan Middle East & North Africa Upper middle income 33 1 0 0
Ecuador Latin America & Caribbean Upper middle income 0 0 0 0
Costa Rica Latin America & Caribbean Upper middle income 33 1 0 0
Russia Europe & Central Asia Upper middle income 0 0 0 0
Georgia Europe & Central Asia Upper middle income 0 0 0 0
Vietnam East Asia & Pacific Lower middle income 33 1 0 0
Mauritius Sub-Saharan Africa Upper middle income 0 0 0 0
Morocco Middle East & North Africa Lower middle income 0 0 0 0
Côte d’Ivoire Sub-Saharan Africa Lower middle income 0 0 0 0
Uganda Sub-Saharan Africa Low income 0 0 0 0
Bangladesh South Asia Lower middle income 33 0 0 1
Nigeria Sub-Saharan Africa Lower middle income 33 1 0 0
Tunisia Middle East & North Africa Lower middle income 0 0 0 0
Ethiopia Sub-Saharan Africa Low income 33 1 0 0
Pakistan South Asia Lower middle income 33 1 0 0
Azerbaijan Europe & Central Asia Upper middle income 0 0 0 0
Bolivia Latin America & Caribbean Lower middle income 0 0 0 0
Egypt Middle East & North Africa Lower middle income 0 0 0 0
Iran Middle East & North Africa Lower middle income 0 0 0 0
Algeria Middle East & North Africa Lower middle income 0 0 0 0
Botswana Sub-Saharan Africa Upper middle income 0 0 0 0
Tanzania Sub-Saharan Africa Lower middle income 0 0 0 0
Cuba Latin America & Caribbean Upper middle income 0 0 0 0
Indicator 1
Public consultation on data
Indicator 2
Government Response to Consultation
Indicator 3
Multistakeholder Advisory Body

Other Attributes

Strategic AttributE
Plans for the different contexts of data use and re-use
Regulatory Attribute
Regulation of Data by its Types and/or Uses
REsponsible AttribuTe
Ethics, trust, and human rights implications of data use and re-use
Structural Attribute 
Adapts institutional structures in response to data-driven transformation
Participatory Attribute 
Incorporation of feedback from stakeholders in data governance regime
International Attribute 
Participation in international efforts to establish data governance rules