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Regulatory Governance in the Open Government Partnership

When citizens understand and help to shape the rules that govern society, regulations are more effective, business environments are stronger, and levels of corruption are lower. This paper looks at these OGP reforms, together with data from the World Bank’s Global Indicators of Regulatory Governance.

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A Guide to Open Government and the Coronavirus

Check out this guide for a one-stop shop of the best current resources on how open government projects and approaches can support tackling the pandemic.

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Transparency and Accountability at the Frontlines of Justice

The killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and too many other Black Americans have brought to light systemic and entrenched racism. While these killings took place in the U.S., racism, discrimination, and attacks on peaceful assemblies are deeply rooted across the globe...

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Taking the OGP Co-Creation Process Online

Find practical tips, a curated list of online tools and platforms, and country examples to help take your OGP co-creation process online.

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Global Report

The promise of democracy is often defined by the ballot box, where citizens determine who will represent their interests in government. That promise, however, too often fails to translate to the reality of people’s daily lives...


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Data Readiness, Response, Recovery and Reform

COVID-19 has brought to light how gaps in public health-related data hinder pandemic readiness, response, and recovery. These gaps, along with the pre-existing inequalities exacerbated by them, have increased the urgency to shift to demand-driven publication of data and identification of data types needed across different regions and contexts.

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Why Shared Narratives Matter More Than Ever

Arguably the most over-used word in public policy is “narrative”. Everyone likes to bandy it about, from politicians and pundits to scholars and therapists. So, do we really need an explanation as to why narrative is also important for public deliberation? The answer is, more than ever.

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Justice Policy Series, Part II: Open Justice

Sections of Part II will be posted here as they become available. Find the whole series here. Open Justice – Executive Summary This paper suggests a way forward in an area that faces several complex and growing challenges. Open justice…

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Faces of Open Government: María Baron

On October 1, 2020, María Baron and the Government of the Republic of Korea started their year as Co-Chairs of the OGP Steering Committee, providing guidance and support to the Partnership as it tackles ...

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Opening up Climate Data

This blog was originally published on the Open Data Charter's Medium page here. If you'd like more information on opening up data for climate action, reach out to info@opendatacharter.org. Open data adds value to the climate change agenda. After a…

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