We launched the Open Response + Open Recovery campaign in 2020 to show how the fundamental values of open government – transparency, participation, inclusion, and accountability – are essential to COVID-19 response and recovery efforts.
Now, as we work to rebuild health systems, return to school, vaccinate everyone, and get economies and communities moving again, we’ve added a third “R” to our campaign – Open Renewal. This “R” is about more than resetting. It is truly about tackling the systematic weaknesses in our societies that for too long have held too many back. Learn more here.
Resources for moving forward with convening and action plans.
Making Trillion Dollar Stimulus and Safety Nets Work for All: The Essential Steps We Can Take Now
OGP CEO Sanjay Pradhan calls on governments, citizens, civil society, businesses and others to join together to shape COVID-19 stimulus and safety nets and follow the money to save millions of lives and livelihoods.
Across the globe, countries are struggling to respond to the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19. Following a series of initial virtual thematic conversations around government responses to the coronavirus pandemic and how to move towards open and effective recovery efforts, we’re now continuing the conversation through regional virtual events.
Statement on COVID-19 Response from OGP Civil Society Members
The civil society members of Open Government Partnership’s Steering Committee have released a statement on COVID and its risks to open government. Focused on democratic values, the statement is a call to action to governments, donors and international organisations.
Staring at the walls cutting us off from our communities or courageously fighting to save lives and keep the essentials we all need available, everyone could use some inspiration right now. Expressions of hope and calls for resilience surround us on the walls and buildings of our neighborhoods, in photos of what we're seeing on the streets, and in illustrations we've created on our own. We’ll be sharing these images here and through social media. Join us by uploading what's inspiring you.
Armenia, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, and Ukraine - joined OGP in 2011. Though different in many ways, these countries shared a strong incentive to use their participation in OGP to address Soviet legacies of opaque and highly centralized governance.
Armenia, Georgia, Moldavia y Ucrania, se incorporaron a OGP en 2011. Aunque son diferentes en muchos sentidos, estos países comparten el incentivo de utilizar su participación en OGP para atender la herencia soviética de la gobernanza opaca y altamente centralizada.
COVID-19 vaccines are indispensable in the race to save lives and livelihoods during the pandemic. However, the unprecedented global need for vaccines presents a series of challenges, including corruption, inefficiency, and inequity...