Open Data and the Lives the Youth

Access to Information — Seminar/Panel

Republic Of Korea — May 29, 2024 @ 10:00am - 11:30am GMT+09:00

Seoul, Korea

Host Organization and Partners — Ministry of the Interior and Safety


With the theme of open data, a leading example of open government, there will be a session on the next day that touches upon interests of young people such as starting businesses and job searching. This session will share cases of an entrepreneur who started businesses using government data and workers working with data in the public and private sectors. A university student will also share ideas on addressing a social problem, such as vishing, using public data.
Lastly, the Ministry of Employment and Labor will introduce a job search platform called Worknet, a platform using public data of jobs.

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