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Indicators are used to measure concrete progress towards larger goals. For example, the UN Sustainable Development Goals include 232 indicators to mark progress.

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Madrid (Spain)

IGUALA es el sistema de analítica avanzada del Ayuntamiento de Madrid para elaborar el Índice de Vulnerabilidad Territorial Agregado.

SDG 16 Survey Initiative

The SDG16 Survey jointly developed by UNDP, UNODC and OHCHR provides a high quality, well tested tool that countries can use to measure progress on many of the survey-based indicators under SDG16.

Journalism Trust Initiative

The Journalism Trust Initiative aims at a healthier information space.

The Trust Project

The Trust Project, a consortium of top news companies led by award-winning journalist Sally Lehrman, is developing transparency standards that help you easily assess the quality and credibility of journalism.


"Sponsored partly by Microsoft, Newsguard is a plugin for browsers such as Chrome, Mozilla, and Microsoft's Edge that validates news websites for users based on 9 journalistic integrity criteria." -

Digital Transformation Indicator Library

The Indicator Library is a key resource for our work to accelerate country demand for digital transformation and responsible data use.

Indicator Toolbox

Catalogue of procurement risk indicators from various countries.

Ranking Digital Rights

Ranking Digital Rights

740 15th Street, N.W., Suite 900 Washington, DC 20005

Ranking ICT sector companies on respect for free expression and privacy

National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership

The National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) is a collaboration between the Urban Institute and local organizations that connect people with neighborhood data.

Internet Universality Indicators (ROAM-X)

Internet Universality Indicators (ROAM-X)

UNESCO, Place de Fontenoy, Paris, France

A map of the Internet measuring its compliance with human Rights (R), evaluating its Openness (O) and Accessibility (A), and assessing the involvement of Multistakeholder actors (M) in its governance

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