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Chile Mid-Term Report 2016-2018

This report was written in Spanish with an English Executive Summary. To see the original report, go to https://www.opengovpartnership.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Chile_Mid-Term_Report_2016-2018.pdf

 

 

Chile’s third action plan has a broader thematic scope, with limited progress during the first year of implementation. Despite its broad participation, civil society influence continues to be an area to improve.

Highlights

Commitment Overview Well-Designed?*
✪ Citizen Energy Sector Centralize data and provide real time online consultation capabilities to increase citizen participation and transparency

Yes

✪ Environmental Democracy Promote access to justice, information, and participation at the regional and national levels in environmental issues.

Yes

*Commitment is evaluated by the IRM as specific, relevant, and has a transformative potential impact
✪ Commitment is evaluated by the IRM as being specific, relevant, potentially transformative, and substantially or fully implemented

Process

The government promoted dialogue during the co-creation period, allowing for broad participation through sessions in five cities outside Santiago. However, CSOs believe the action plan mostly reflects the government’s priorities and proposals. Both agree there is a need to strengthen the co-creation and implementation processes by clearly defining methodologies and procedures, especially when it comes to decision-making.

Performance

Chile’s third action plan lacked ambitious commitments, with only two coded as having transformative potential impact. During the first year of the plan, less than half of the commitments were substantially implemented.

IRM Recommendations

  1. Coordinate, in an effective and timely manner, civil society proposals so that they have a real possibility to be included in the next action plan
  2. Strengthen and increase the number of commitments relevant to natural resources, social policy and education
  3. Increase the number of commitments related to new initiatives, as opposed to focusing on ongoing efforts, or areas that are a key part of the OGP process
  4. Strengthen the scope of new tools, instruments and means of communication so that more interested groups can access and use them
  5. Include commitments related to the Sustainable Development Goals

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