The Portal aims to serve as a unique access point to timely, comprehensive migration statistics and reliable information about migration data globally. The site is designed to help policy makers, national statistics officers, journalists and the general public interested in the field of migration to navigate the increasingly complex landscape of international migration data, currently scattered across different organisations and agencies.
MY World is a global citizen survey to bring people’s voices into official debates about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Never have so many people from all over the world been asked to mobilize and take action to make a promise come true. The MY World 2030 survey is a tool to hold governments and institutions accountable and make sure every person has their say on SDG achievement.
This platform makes information about climate change adaptation planning across the globe openly available, easy and interesting to explore. This initial version showcases adaptation plans in the climate pledges of all signatories of the Paris Agreement of UNFCCC. The platform highlights the prominence of Nature-based Solutions to climate change impacts in global policy and links pledges to the underlying science. The goal is to facilitate the global stocktake of the Paris Agreement and provide a baseline against which changes in ambition for Nature-based Solutions to climate change adaptation can be monitored and increased. The platform will grow with more policies and functionalities. Please let us know how we can make it most useful to you.
An interactive model exploring New Zealand's progress towards each Sustainable Development Goal. Toggle between two different model formats: The first is an indexed series, providing a common measure between indicators of New Zealand’s position in 2015 and our progress towards the target. Alternatively, you may view the data in natural units, which can be read alongside the first series to give greater context of the level at which New Zealand is performing, by comparison. A short explanation is provided under each target to specify the indicator, where the data is sourced from, and how the target has been set.
Our World in Data is an online publication that shows how living conditions are changing. The aim is to give a global overview and to show changes over the very long run, so that we can see where we are coming from and where we are today. We need to understand why living conditions improved so that we can seek more of what works.
The Pacific Data Hub holds a large and diverse collection of data, data insights, publications, and knowledge products on the Pacific across key sectors, including population statistics, fisheries, geoscience, agriculture, aquaculture, energy, education, human rights, climate change, and oceans, and it continues to grow.
Pakistan Data Portal (PDP) is one the advanced open data portals of world having 4 star rating according to Open Data Portal rating. The aim of the portal is to put all SDGs data online; open for public by 2030. PDP is an online tool to observe the trends over the years to monitor the change in SDGs targets as per indicators for the country. PDP has rationally linked data features on the basis of an advanced Indicator Dictionary. It has one of the most advanced Indicator dictionary in the world with three steps of Indicator meta data for more organized quality control of data attached to the indicator.
PSA SDG Watch is an internet-based platform for dissemination of the Philippine SDG-Indicators for specific targets. It contains the baseline and updated data, including the Data Source Agency for each indicator. It also features (on-going development) the progress of achieving the SDGs in the Philippines.
PREPdata is a free, open source data platform that provides the accessible, curated data that decision-makers need to analyze vulnerability and build climate resilience. It allows users to easily access highly credible climate, physical and socioeconomic datasets from sources like NASA, NOAA, USGS, ESA and more; map them to visualize a specific region’s vulnerability; track the indicators most relevant to their work on customizable dashboards; request that data providers add new tools or datasets to PREPdata; and share their stories with adaptation practitioners around the world. The platform’s wide-ranging datasets include extreme weather events, precipitation, drought and flood risks, social vulnerability, coastal energy facilities, landslides, sea level rise, global urban heat island effect, reservoirs and dams, global cropland extent and more. PREPdata is an initiative of the Partnership for Resilience and Preparedness.