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Since its founding in 2011, OGP has grown to 75 countries and 150 local jurisdictions that work alongside thousands of civil society organizations. Every two years, each member submits an action plan co-created with civil society that outlines concrete commitments to enhance transparency, accountability and public participation in government.

Elgeyo Marakwet, Kenya

Joined in 2016 and is implementing 5 commitments.


Joined in 2011 and is implementing 13 commitments.

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Joined in 2016 and is implementing 16 commitments.

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Joined in 2011 and is implementing 6 commitments

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Joined in 2011 and is implementing 19 commitments.

South Cotabato, Philippines

Joined in 2018 and is implementing 5 commitments.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Joined in 2011 and is implementing 5 commitments

Non-Voting Members

Affiliates and OGP members that are not universally recognized, as determined by UN membership, are not eligible to run for the OGP Steering Committee or vote in the selection of its members. Participation in OGP does not constitute support and/or recognition of a State’s international status, nor shall it affect the individual position of any OGP participant in this regard. (Learn more)

Parliaments in OGP

For information on how parliaments can engage with OGP, please visit Parliaments in OGP to learn more.

Local Members

Local governments are closest to their citizens, resulting in innovative and ambitious open government reforms. Whether a state, prefecture or municipality, local government is in charge of delivering essential public services.

That’s why OGP Local was launched in 2016, building partnerships between local governments and civil society organizations to make governments more open, inclusive, participatory and accountable to their citizens.

Open Government Partnership