The CLDR 33.1 release focuses on updates for Unicode 11.0: new names and keywords for the Unicode 11.0 emoji, Chinese collation stroke order, and script metadata. In addition, there are major improvements for names and annotations for the pre-11.0 emoji in CLDR languages. More extensive updates are planned for CLDR 34 (release expected in early October), with data submission still continuing.
For further details and links to documentation, see the CLDR 33.1 Release Notes.
Over 130,000 characters are available for adoption, to help the Unicode Consortium’s work on digitally disadvantaged languages.