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Co-located events are meetings organised by numerous organisations that are a part of the 22nd Plenary programme. There are various virtual events that you can participate in. A separate registration is needed to attend certain events, while some are included in the VP22 registration package.

DateTime (UTC)TitleDescriptionPresenters
Friday, 17th May 2024 13:00-14:30 UTCDigital Repository of Ireland and the National Open Research Forum on Empowering an Irish National PID Strategy CANCELLED
This meeting aims to bring together funders, administrators, research data management professionals, cultural heritage professionals and researchers to discuss the results and actions recommended in the national PID strategy commissioned by the Irish National Open Research Forum (NORF). The goal will be to develop custom engagement approaches for communities that have not engaged with PIDs to date, to ensure targeted communities are able to contribute effectively to the strategy development and to see their needs reflected in its language and priorities. This meeting will be paired with an onsite workshop at the Royal Irish Academy in Dublin, Ireland devoted to sustaining outreach activities, with invitations sent to stakeholders who identified themselves as interested participants in a recent survey.
*More details on the event and to register (free of charge) click here CANCELLED
-Josh Brown, MoreBRAINs
-Beth Knazook, DRI

CANCELLED
Monday, 20th May 202410:30-12:30 UTCAdvancing Genomic Data Governance: An Indian PerspectiveRegistration (free of charge) is required*
This is a pivotal event aimed at fostering dialogue and collaboration on the multifaceted aspects of biological/genomics data governance in India. Bringing together a diverse panel of experts, the summit will delve into critical topics such as indigenous data rights, FAIR and CARE data principles, regulatory ecosystems, and strategies for managing data in silos effectively. The event will explore the transformative role of artificial intelligence (AI) in advancing genomic research and its implications for ethical decision-making and data governance.
*More details on the event and to register (free of charge) click here
Open Science South Asia Network (OSSAN), UNESCO Chair in Community-Based Research & Social Responsibility in Higher Education (CBRSR), DST-Centre for Policy Research at the Indian Institute of Science (DST-CPR IISc), Transdisciplinary Research Cluster on Frugality Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, and Research Data Alliance
Monday, 20th May 202414:00-15:00 UTCTIGER/TIGRUS SessionDuring this joint session the EU and US offices will present their services and the value they bring to the RDA community. Invited TIGER-supported working groups (WGs) will provide their experiences with TIGER.
-Connie Clare, Community Development Manager
-Robert Ping, Program Manager at RDA-US / Indiana University
-Ryan O’Connor, Senior Facilitator, RDA TIGER
Wednesday, 22nd May 202412:00-14:00 UTC WorldFAIR Session 1The session will show case the outputs from the WorldFAIR project and to discuss next steps. WorldFAIR is a two-year European Commission funded project to advance the implementation of the FAIR principles. The core of the WorldFAIR project are the 11 case studies, which represent a wide range of sciences, communities and challenges, with global geographical coverage. These were identified from groups active in CODATA, RDA or both. The first session will explore the outputs from these case studies and in particular the recommendations made.  A selection of the Case Studies will describe their work, their experience of using FIPs and will articulate key recommendations for the use of metadata standards and terminologies and structured around the most important themes and issues encountered.
Both sessions will invite feedback and discuss activities to continuing this work beyond the lifetime of the EC funded project under the banner of WorldFAIR+

Will be announced soon
Thursday, 23rd May 202412:00-14:00 UTCWorldFAIR Session 2The session will show case the outputs from the WorldFAIR project and to discuss next steps. WorldFAIR is a two-year European Commission funded project to advance the implementation of the FAIR principles. The core of the WorldFAIR project are the 11 case studies, which represent a wide range of sciences, communities and challenges, with global geographical coverage. These were identified from groups active in CODATA, RDA or both. The second session will focus on one of the key outputs of WorldFAIR: the Cross-Domain Interoperability Framework (CDIF).  CDIF provides a set of guidelines and practice for using domain-agnostic standards to support the interoperability and reusability of FAIR data, especially across domain and institutional boundaries.  CDIF has been developed based on input from WorldFAIR’s 11 case studies, including their FIPs, a series of dedicated meetings, and the participation of all the case studies in two successive workshops hosted at the Leibniz Foundation’s Dagstuhl Centre.
Both sessions will invite feedback and discuss activities to continuing this work beyond the lifetime of the EC funded project under the banner of WorldFAIR+
Will be announced soon