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Caroline Burle

Caroline Burle is responsible for the Institutional Relations, W3C Brazil Office and the Web Technologies Study Center (Ceweb.br) at the Brazilian Network Information Center (Brazil) and the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br). She is a Fellow of the OAS Fellowship on Open Government in the Americas. She has a Master degree on Open Government from UNESP – San Tiago Dantas and is specialized in negotiation by Fundação Getúlio Vargas. She has a degree in International Relations from Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado. Caroline leads many projects focused on open data and open government. She is one of the editors of the document Data on the Web Best Practices, from W3C DWBP WG. She also researches about the Web, open data, open government, Internet governance and foreign policy.

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¿Qué tal definir principios de gobierno abierto?

English Version » Versão em Português » Gobierno abierto tiene varias definiciones, como transparencia, participación social, rendición de cuentas (accountability) y la innovación tecnológica. El concepto y la práctica ha ganado cada vez más, en la agenda de las políticas…

Que tal definirmos princípios de governo aberto?

Version en español » English Version » Governo aberto possui inúmeras definições. Articulando transparência, participação social, accountability (prestação de contas) e inovação tecnológica, esse conceito e sua prática tem ganhado, cada vez mais, destaque na agenda das políticas públicas. A…

How about defining Open Government principles?

Version en español » Versão em Português » Open government has many definitions. By articulating transparency, social participation, accountability and technological innovation, this concept and its practice has been increasingly prominent in the public policy agenda. The richness of interpretations…