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An Opportunity to Strengthen the Open Government Ecosystem in Brazil

Discover how the Brazilian Open Government Network (RGBA) is driving impactful change across federal, state, and local levels, fostering collaboration and innovation in governance practices.

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Three Ways to Better Govern the Use of AI

OGP and the Government of Kenya convened reformers in government and civil society from 12 countries to discuss ways to govern new and emerging digital technologies. Here are three key conclusions for the governance of AI.

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Countering Disinformation: A Guidebook for Public Servants

As public servants, disinformation and the degradation of public trust have a palpable impact on our ability to effectively serve the public. To address this, the Government of Canada developed a guidebook to provide Canadian federal public servants with an understanding of the threat disinformation presents, as well as to offer a consistent approach to navigating this growing threat.

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Faces of Open Government: Valeria Torres

Meet Valeria Torres, Chief Public Management and Open Government Area at ILPES / ECLAC. Valeria has more than 20 years of experience in applied research and international processes related to sustainable development, particularly in Latin America and the Caribbean. In…

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Addressing Harmful Information Online

Disinformation, online gender-based violence (GBV), and hate speech greatly impact online civic space and democratic processes. Governments should take steps to promote healthy and safe information ecosystems online while also protecting the exercise of online civic freedoms.

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Navigating the Risks and Rewards of Digital ID Systems

The right to seek and share information is a fundamental element of free expression and a core component of the freedom of association and assembly. When digital identification systems make it harder to seek information or increase the threat of surveillance and harassment, they impede these fundamental freedoms.

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Faces of Open Government: Sammy Obeng

In this month's Faces of Open Gov, Sammy Obeng sheds light on the collaborative work to implement Ghana's landmark Right to Information law and underscores the importance of open parliaments and the interconnectedness of the open government community in driving impactful reforms.

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