About the website

Published : August 31, 2020

Updated : November 24, 2020

Information about this website.

About cookies

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A cookie is a small text file that the website requests to save to the visitor’s computer. Cookies are used to create different features and analyse how visitors use the website.

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Cookie management

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Conditions of use

Data and documents on Openaid fall under different license categories.

It is easy to use data from Openaid, as it falls under the Public Domain Mark (PDM) license and can be used freely. Data refers to all content collected by using the function for exporting to CSV or Excel via openaid.se, as well as the content of all xml files in the folder: https://iati.openaid.se/xml/

Document licenses vary depending on the type of document and the author. Sida recommends that users make an assessment on a case-by-case basis or contact the responsible authority. Documents refer to all files found on https://iati.openaid.se/docs/

Please pay attention to elements such as images, logos and maps. Normally, in these cases, since someone else is the author, the publishing authority is not able to waive copyright.

Users who republish material should also pay particular attention to personal data and ensure that processing is carried out in accordance with Data Protection Act.