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Local Roundup | July 2024

Here's our monthly roundup of updates from the OGP Local community for July 2024. If you missed any of the previous roundups, you can find them here! ADVANCING OPEN GOVERNMENT PROCESSES  55 new members joined the OGP Local onboarding sessions…

Training of CoST District Monitors

Building Trust: Infrastructure Transparency in Kaduna and Sekondi-Takoradi

Sekondi-Takoradi, Kaduna State, and other OGP Local members joined the Infrastructure Transparency Initiative (CoST), recognizing the pivotal role of local governments in infrastructure provision. These cities have embraced CoST’s core principles of multi-stakeholder collaboration, disclosure, assurance, and social accountability and have used their OGP action plan to improve infrastructure transparency. 

Local co-creation (participation)

Mainstreaming Public Participation: Three Examples from the Field

While there has been significant innovation in public participation worldwide in recent years—particularly with the creation of citizens’ assemblies in Europe and beyond—many of these innovations are designed as one-off or temporary projects. Current government-led participation initiatives often fail due…

Paul-Joël Kamtchang

Faces of Open Government: Paul-Joël Kamtchang

Paul-Joël Kamtchang is a data journalist from Cameroon and is the Executive Secretary of ADISI-Cameroon.    On African Anti-Corruption Day, he offers insights on how open data enhances transparency and accountability in Central Africa’s governance and discusses the role of data journalism in uncovering corruption.

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