Call to Action: EU Web-COSI Project – Statistics For Everyone!

i-genius’ two-year EU Web-COSI project in partnership with the OECD, ISTAT and Lunaria has officially come to a close, but the initiative does not stop there! Now is the time to get involved by updating your initiatives, data and statistics to the Web-COSI data portal. The Web-COSI data portal (hosted on wikiprogress platform) is an open knowledge base of well-being and sustainability projects from around the world. We call on everyone to register their organisation and add any initiatives, data and reports that you would like to share in order to make this medium the go-to place for data and statistics across the Internet. To do so, visit:
We would like to extend a big thank you to everyone who has contributed to and followed the Web-COSI project over the two years. On the Web-COSI website there are plenty of valuable resources; reports, deliverables, policy briefs, presentations, photos, videos and much more. The Web-COSI website will be maintained and updated over the coming years, so please stay in the loop for those updates, which include another policy brief and more deliverable reports. The Web-COSI website is designed in a way that you should find what you are looking for in three clicks or less:
The Web-COSI project ended with the Final Conference – Beyond GDP, Statistics for Everyone in Paris on 3rd December 2015. We hope all those that were in attendance (both at the OECD and online) will agree that it was a fitting end to a brilliant project. Below you will find media relating to last week’s event, including our short-film (which was launched at the conference).

Web-COSI – Statistics for Everyone video

Agenda and Speaker Biographies

Speaker Presentations
Web-COSI Project experience, Donatella Fazio, Web-COSI project coordinator, ISTAT – View Presentation
Civil Society Participation, Filippo Addarii, Director of International strategy, The Young Foundation; Co-Founder PlusValue – View Presentation
Wikiprogress: data portal and citizen engagement, Kate Scrivens, Wikiprogress Manager, OECD – View Presentation
Seeking a Better Life, Fidel Thomet, Web-COSI data vis competition winner, Switzerland – View Presentation
Web-COSI video presentation, Barry Crisp, Director, Media & Communications, i-genius and Jide Johnson, Creative Director, Aniboxx – View Presentation
Conference LiveStream Video Footage
Conference Photos

Please be sure to inform your colleagues and networks about the above material, and to continue to engage with us on Twitter via the hashtags: #BeyondGDP #StatsForAll #SocEntData
If you have any questions or wish to contact Web-COSI for any reason, please feel free do do so:
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