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Dagia Aka Portrait – Break the Roles

Break the Roles Voices: Dagia Aka

Dagia Aka began advocating for anti-corruption reforms at the age of 15. Since then, he has become one of the youngest activists in the world pushing for more open and transparent governments. In this Break the Roles Voices, Dagia tells…

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Countries Have a Long Way to Go before Data Begins to Make a Difference

Few policy areas present the potential for wide-ranging impact as public services. Healthy, engaged communities strengthen infrastructure, create stability, and drive growth that creates more inclusive and sustainable outcomes. OGP members have made important reforms in water and sanitation, health…

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Faces of Open Government: Ruth Kendagor

IRM researcher of Elgeyo-Marakwet County, Kenya, Ruth shares notable achievements and pending challenges out of the County.

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What’s Next for Open Government in the Nordics

The Nordics top the rankings on good governance, showing strong institutions, rule of law, and high levels of public trust See what they're doing in OGP.

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United for an Open Digital Future

Freedom of expression is an important sign of a thriving democracy, including across constantly emerging digital platforms and social media.

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What to Expect in the Year Ahead

With the leadership of the Steering Committee 2019-2020 co-chairs, OGP will focus on people-centered justice, digital governance, and stronger civic space in the year ahead.

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Gender Equality is 108 Years Away. Can Open Gov Close the Gap?

This article was originally published on Apolitical here. According to the World Economic Forum’s latest Global Gender Gap report, we are 108 years away from achieving gender equality, with persistent gaps in the economy significantly larger than those in health and education. Where data…