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Glasgow, United Kingdom

  • Member Since 2020
  • Action Plan


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Glagow joined OGP as part of the 2020 cohort. They are currently implementing four commitments from their 2021-2022 action plan.

This action plan features commitments related to access to information, building awareness on open government and citizen participation.


Pamela Rennie Strategic Policy and Planning, Chief Executive’s Department
Cheryl McCulloch Glasgow Chamber of Commerce
Alison McRae Glasgow Chamber of Commerce



  1. End of Commitment Report – Increasing Participatory Democracy – Developing Citizens’ Panels across Glasgow

    2024, End of Commitment Report, Web page

  2. End of Commitment Report – Exploring an Open Digital Engagement Platform

    2024, End of Commitment Report, Web page

  3. End of Commitment Report – Co-creating an Open Data Hub

    2024, End of Commitment Report, Web page

  4. End of Commitment Report – Building Awareness and Communication on Open Government

    2024, End of Commitment Report, Web page

  5. Inception Report – Action plan – Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2021 – 2023

    2023, Inception Report, Web page

  6. Action plan – Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2021 – 2023

    2021, Action Plan, Web page

  7. Glasgow – Letter of Support

    2021, Letter, Web page

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