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Regular 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, implementation, and monitoring of reforms.
The 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... require all participating countries to establish a space for ongoing dialogue with participation from government, civil society, and other non-governmental representatives that meets at least every six months. Its basic rules on participation are public. OGP participating locals are also required to use a 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..., defined as “a space for participation in the development and review of the action planAction 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...”, during the co-creation processCollaboration 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 dive....
See the OGP National Handbook or OGP Local Handbook for guidance on implementation.
See also: OGP Participation and Co-Creation Standards