OGP Community Briefing on OGP Global Summit and Summit for Democracy
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On October 28, civil society leaders, government representatives, and key stakeholders came together to discuss how to leverage the upcoming Summit for Democracy and the 2021 OGP Global Summit to make progress in key areas, including fighting corruption and authoritarianism and promoting human rights.
The briefing featured practitioners from civil society and government who have experience linking global and country conversations, including through their OGP action plans.
The briefing also provided guidance on how to use forthcoming action plans for commitments that can be shared at the Summit for Democracy, strengthen existing commitments, and/ or embed accountability for implementation of new commitments made at the Summits. We also discussed ideas for how Summit activities can be used to generate support and accelerate implementation.
Watch the full event recording below or on YouTube here.
- Alhaji Abubakar, Registrar General, Corporate Affairs Commission, Government of Nigeria
- María Baron, Executive Director, Directorio Legislativo – Argentina and Lead civil society Co-Chair, Open Government Partnership
- Gary Kalman, Director of the US Office, Transparency International
- Mélanie Robert, Executive Director, Open Government, Chief Information Officer Branch, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat and Catherine Godin, Director General, Office of Human Rights, Freedoms and Inclusion, Global Affairs Canada
- Phillip Thigo, Senior Advisor, Data and Innovation, Office of the Deputy President, Legislative and Intergovernmental Liaison Office, Government of Kenya