Participate to a short survey on open data and age-friendly cities

30 January 2018

As public authority interested or involved in age-friendly initiatives, we would like to invite you to participate in a short survey. The purpose is to explore whether open (government) data play a role for the creation of age-friendly cities and communities. Open data is data that can be freely used, re-used and redistributed by anyone, provided via a local or national Open Data Portal. We will ask you about the domain of your activities (according to the WHO-age friendly city guidelines) and the kind of open data sets you are using or creating. We would like to learn about projects that you have implemented in the past three years.

Your contribution is very valuable in order to gain a comprehensive picture of the state of the art and develop policy recommendations for public authorities and governments on what kind of data sets may be most relevant to older citizens and to contribute to age-friendly cities and communities. The questionnaire will take 7-10 minutes.

Thank you very much in advance for your participation!

The survey is available here.