Tinatin is the deputy director of OGP’s Independent Reporting Mechanism. She leads on communication and outreach efforts for IRM’s international reports and oversees quality control of assessments in 40+ countries. Her expertise is anti-corruption, elections, political party financing and democracy building. Prior to joining OGP, she was with the Transparency International Secretariat where she worked on political corruption research and advocacy in various regions of the world and also managed a regional EU funded initiative on public sector integrity in South East Europe. In her home country Georgia, Tinatin worked at NDI on issues of voter education and institutional strengthening and was a leading expert for UNDP’s electoral assistance project providing support to the Central Election Commission. Tinatin received her BA in Public Administration at the Georgian Technical University and holds the Master of Public Policy from the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin.
Since joining OGP, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia have made over 129 commitments. These have included strong commitments on improving access to public information and open data, but
when it comes to implementing commitments both Jordan and Tunisia fall behind other OGP members, and the results of Morocco’s first OGP action plan have yet to be assessed by the IRM...
The Nordics top the rankings on good governance, showing strong institutions, rule of law, and high levels of public trust
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Los cuatro países nórdicos, Dinamarca, Noruega, Suecia y Finlandia, se incorporaron a Open Government Partnership (OGP) con una línea base de apertura y transparencia muy alta. Estos países ocupan los primeros lugares en las clasificaciones de buena gobernanza, instituciones sólidas,…