In May, we reached out to the community to help us develop a new five-year strategy. One of the key aims of the strategy is crafting a vision and strategic direction that resonates with and has roles for the entire Partnership. We thank everyone who has taken part in this co-creation process so far, and we are excited to announce that the draft strategy is now available for review. It’s available in English, French, and Spanish.
Among the headlines, you’ll see there are four shifts that were prominent in conversations:
- Expanding the open government community to become a much broader, more interconnected movement of open government reformers
- Moving from individual actions and OGP commitments to making open government the norm across all levels and branches of government
- Welcoming diverse policy priorities but also setting Partnership-wide, collective policy goals for all national and local members
- Becoming the home for inspiration, innovation, evidence and stories on open government
You can find the draft strategy on Discuto (English | Español | Français) or as a PDF here. Please share your feedback on Discuto or in an email to email@example.com by February 15, 2023.
Read more about the background to the process here.
Phase 1 Report
Explore a summary of Phase 1 (May – August 2022), which focused on big picture questions and discussions around the most significant future contribution of open government and the most catalytic and effective role for OGP, here.
How to Get Involved
- Comment on the draft strategy now through February 15, 2023. You can find the draft strategy on Discuto (English | Français) or as a PDF here. Please share your feedback on Discuto or in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Join us for consultation office hours on OGP’s draft strategy to exchange questions and gain insight on key goals and shifts. No prior registration is required. Click the link during your preferred time frame to join the call.
- Convene your multi-stakeholder forum or networks to discuss the draft strategy and provide your inputs via your primary OGP Steering Committee or Support Unit Point of Contact.
- Engage high-level OGP leadership in your country, local, or issue area to ensure they are aware of and provide political support for the new strategy.
- Share feedback, suggestions, comments, and questions at any time by emailing email@example.com.
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