Open Data Advocate (Otakar Motejl Fund)
Michal Tošovský is an open data advocate at Otakar Motejl Fund. He‘s promoting Open Data within Czech public administration and institutions and is an active figure of public life in Czech Republic. Michal co-founded Přístav 18600, a new „living“ park for the city built on a former brownfield in Prague. Also, he helped to bring the Open House festival to Prague to allow people to see the architecture from inside of the buildings that are not accessible to the public usually.
Michal Tošovský's Talks
Shared Cities Ideas Yard | Interactive Workshops at reSITE 2017
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