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Collaboration between government, civil society and other stakeholders (e.g., citizens, academics, private sector) is at the heart of the OGP process. Participating governments must ensure that a diversity of voices can meaningfully participate and shape commitments. This collaborative process of developing OGP action plans is referred to as co-creation. The OGP Participation and Co-Creation Standards set out specific expectations for this process, such as setting up a forum for ongoing dialogue and providing documentation on an online repository. See the OGP National Handbook or OGP Local Handbook for guidance on implementation.
See also: OGP Participation and Co-Creation StandardsCollaboration between government, civil society and other stakeholders is at the heart of the OGP process. The Participation and Co-Creation Standards are intended to support this collaboration throug..., Multi-Stakeholder ForumRegular dialogue between government and civil society is a core element of OGP participation. It builds trust, promotes joint problem-solving, and empowers civil society to influence the design, imple..., RepositoryAccess to relevant information is essential for enabling participation and ensuring accountability throughout the OGP process. An OGP repository is an online centralized website, webpage, platform or ...