Cote d’Ivoire Action Plan Review 2020-2022 – For Public Comment
In 2021, the The Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM) is OGP’s accountability arm and the main means of tracking progress in participating countries. The IRM provides independent, evidence-based, and objective ... published the Action plans are at the core of a government’s participation in OGP. They are the product of a co-creation process in which government and civil society jointly develop commitments to open governmen... Review for Côte d’Ivoire’s third action plan. The report provides a technical review of the action plan’s characteristics and the strengths and challenges the IRM identifies to inform a stronger implementation process.
In Côte d’Ivoire, the IRM’s findings are summarized below:
Côte d’Ivoire’s third action plan continues reforms in civic participation and According to OGP’s Articles of Governance, transparency occurs when “government-held information (including on activities and decisions) is open, comprehensive, timely, freely available to the pub... More in national and local budget processes. The plan also continues to build on ambitious commitments to improve transparency around the assets of high-ranking public officials and civil servants. Looking ahead, greater OGP participating governments are working to create governments that truly serve all people. This includes many historically oppressed groups such as persons with disabilities, women, lesbian, gay, bi... of civil society in OGP commitments are promises for reform co-created by governments and civil society and submitted as part of an action plan. Commitments typically include a description of the problem, concrete action... implementation will raise the According to OGP’s Articles of Governance, OGP commitments should “stretch government practice beyond its current baseline with respect to key areas of open government.” Ambition captures the po... of these reforms and strengthen relations between government and civil society.
The report is available in English and French. The public comment period ended 25 July 2021.