Help us design an open country-by-country reporting database
As coordinators of the Open Data for Tax Justice project, the Tax Justice Network and Open Knowledge International are convening a workshop in Oxford, UK on Monday 31st October and Tuesday 1st November aimed at collecting expert opinions to inform the design of a civil society-led country-by-country reporting (CBCR) database.

Ahead of this event, we are sending out this questionnaire to interested parties who might have experience of using CBCR or other forms of open data in their work on tax justice issues. Your inputs here will help to inform the discussions in Oxford and to shape the future of our efforts to design an open CBCR database.

The Open Data for Tax Justice project is working to create a global network of people and organisations using open data to improve advocacy, journalism and public policy around tax justice. Visit http://datafortaxjustice.net for more details or follow the #OD4TJ hashtag on Twitter for event updates.

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Organisation
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Which countries do you focus on for your work?
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Which country are you based in?
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To date, how have you used open data in your work related to tax or tax justice issues?
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What important improvements would make public CBCR data more valuable for your work?
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Are there any considerations unique to developing country contexts that anyone developing open data standards should be aware of (XML vs XBRL, etc.)?
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What's a consideration that is most often left out of designing open data standards?
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Are there any lessons from other efforts that a CBCR open data standard should take into account?
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