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OGP 2023 Annual Report

The past year has been an important time to advance open government on the global stage, make progress across policy areas, and rally the community to launch a new collective vision ...

2023 OGP Data Recap

OGP data services and three things to expect in 2024

From more accessible data on OGP commitments to updated fact sheets, the OGP Support Unit was busy making OGP data more accessible in 2023. This data on open government reforms can enable stronger advocacy, peer learning, and reforms. Here, we…

Background: Partnership for Democracy and Accountability

With the support of the European Union, through the Partnership for Democracy and Accountability (PDA), OGP will actively support governments and civil society in 7 OGP member countries to advance inclusive co-creation and implementation of policy reforms through innovative open government approaches and peer support. This support will be focused in Colombia, Ghana, Honduras, Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria and the Philippines....


Faces of Open Government: Kai Klandorf

Meet Kai, the Executive Director of the Network of Estonian Nonprofit Organizations (NENO). Kai was a prominent voice at the 2023 OGP Global Summit in September 2023 and in this month’s Faces of Open Gov, she shares her views on…


Five key reflections from the latest IRM Results Reports

The Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM) recently published 23 Results Reports for 2019-2022 and 2020-2022 OGP action plans. These assessed 265 commitments from Africa and the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific, the Americas, and Europe. 149 commitments led to early…


How to Engage at the 2023 OGP Global Summit

As with any OGP summits, there will be lots of opportunities to get involved with the 2023 OGP Global Summit in Tallinn, Estonia. We’re looking to make this the most interactive and participatory summit yet. Here we outline what’s to…

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