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Four Ways the OGP Global Summit Can Build Back Better Democracy

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Evaluating OGP’s Potential to Deliver Change

Are you a government reformer or civil society champion engaged with OGP? We want to hear from you! Take the 2021 OGP Stakeholder Survey.

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Open Response + Recovery + Renewal

The pandemic has shown just how easily things can break down. But it also offers the opportunity to build them back up, better and stronger.

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Co-Chair Global Call-to-Action for All OGP Members

In support of Open Renewal, the Co-Chairs of OGP, the Republic of Korea and Maria Baron of Directorio Legislativo, have launched a global call-to-action for all OGP members in 2021 to use their new and existing action plans to make ambitious commitments that address core challenges.

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OGP Process

In OGP, governments work with civil society to create action plans with concrete reforms. This model helps ensure citizens play a role in shaping and overseeing government.

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OGP members address issues, such as justice, gender, health, education, digital governance, the right to information, civic space, natural resources, corruption and more.

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Seventy-eight countries and a growing number of local governments—representing more than two billion people—and thousands of civil society organizations are members of OGP.

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Access OGP documents to find information on our approach to open government and our organization.

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