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Taking the OGP Co-Creation Process Online – Online Tools & Platforms

A curated list of online tools that may be appropriate to use in the different stages of the policymaking cycle.

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Taking the OGP Co-Creation Process Online – Questions to Consider

Before you consider online engagement, determine the purpose and the target audience. What do you want to achieve at the end of this process? Who are you seeking to engage and why? What are you seeking?

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Taking the OGP Co-Creation Process Online – Managing Virtual Meetings

Throughout the OGP co-creation process, there may be a need to convene virtual and in-person meetings, including open or invite-only meetings, meetings of thematic working groups, or meetings of the OGP Multistakeholder Forum.

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Taking the OGP Co-Creation Process Online – Monitoring & Assessment

Participating governments are required to maintain an online repository where information and evidence related to the action plan (including process and implementation) is publicly stored, organized, updated, and disseminated...

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Taking the OGP Co-Creation Process Online – Implementing Commitments

OGP countries are expected to meet at least the following minimum requirements for engagement during the implementation phase...

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Taking the OGP Co-Creation Process Online – Prioritizing Ideas & Commitments

At any stage of the OGP co-creation process there may be a need to shortlist ideas from a longlist before moving ahead to the next stage in the policy cycle to iterate and develop them further, prioritize the focus and scope of specific commitments or prioritize which commitments should be selected for inclusion

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Taking the OGP Co-Creation Process Online – Developing & Drafting Commitments

Once a set of potential ideas for commitments have been agreed, there are several elements involved in developing these further...

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Taking the OGP Co-Creation Process Online – Identifying Problems & Priorities

There are a number of online engagement approaches that can be used to identify problems or priorities that citizens or specific target audiences face that can be addressed in whole or part by adopting open government approaches...

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