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Timor-Leste has joined the Open Government Partnership. Read more here.


Mr. Martinho Lopes Director of the Office for PFM Policy Reform and Capacity Building, Ministry of Finance

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Ecuador Says No to Violence and Yes to Transparency

  Violence and corruption are two concepts that have been separated for a long time. According to the 2022 Corruption Perception Index, Ecuador ranked 101 out of 180 countries in terms of corruption. Dialogo Diverso (an organization that promotes the…

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The Open Gov Challenge: Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Open Government Challenge and why was it launched? The Open Government Challenge is a call to action for all members to raise ambition in ten areas of open government to help strengthen our democracies and improve our…


Reform Space to Watch: Anti-corruption and Infrastructure Data in Brazil

As one of OGP’s founders, Brazil has always had civil servants and civil society actors truly committed to the cause of reform and, with some exceptions, has often been at the vanguard of the Partnership. With a new government in charge, committed to change, can meaningful progress be made on fighting corruption?

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Local Roundup | November 2023

Here's our monthly roundup of updates from the OGP Local community for November 2023. OPEN GOVERNMENT PROCESSES Chihuahua, Mexico, delivered its 2023-2024 OGP action plan, which includes commitments to prevent social violence, encourage citizen participation in entrepreneurship, and establish a collaborative…

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