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Greg Brown

At the National Democratic Institute, Greg helps manage many of the NDI’s parliamentary openness and innovation programs, including and the Open Government Partnership’s Legislative Openness Working Group. Prior to joining NDI, Greg was an International Policy Fellow at the Sunlight Foundation, an organization that advocates for greater transparency in government and builds tech tools to facilitate access to government information. Greg has a BA in political science and archaeology from Oberlin College. 

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Global open parliament community prepares for a productive 2017

This post originally appeared on the NDI - DemocracyWorks and OpeningParliament blogs. Since its launch in 2011, many have urged the Open Government Partnership (OGP) to expand beyond narrow definitions of the term “government.” Legislators, mayors, and others argued that…

OGP Steering Committee approves legislative engagement policy

Last week, the OGP Steering Committee formally approved a new parliamentary engagement policy, which more clearly outlines rules for parliamentary participation in the initiative and recognizes the value of legislative engagement in open government reform efforts. A draft version of…

Global Legislative Openness Week showcases broad, global movement

As in previous years, Global Legislative Openness Week (GLOW) showcased the fantastic work being done around the world to realize the principles of open parliament. Organized by members of the Open Government Partnership's Legislative Openness Working Group, GLOW featured more…

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