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OGP Process: Government Self-Assessment

Participating governments must produce an End-of-term Self-Assessment Report. The report should focus on the final results of reforms completed in the action plan, consultation during implementation, and lessons learned. The development of the End-of-term Self-Assessment Report should follow guidance established…

Opening Justice

This collaborative guide is a collection of resources for reformers interested in advancing open government and expanding justice. It lays out model commitments, provides a state of play on the growth of the topic in OGP, and collects resources (partners,…

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The Skeptic’s Guide to Open Government

Whether you are inside or outside of OGP, you may not yet be convinced of the benefits of opening government. When you open government, what do you get in return? If you are asking this question, this guide is for…

Open Letter on the Anti-Money Laundering Directive of the EU

European and global organisations call on governments to propose as part of 2018 country  National Action Plans (NAP) a commitment to establish an open register on beneficial ownership for companies and trusts in accordance with and going beyond the recently…

When More Is More: Toward Higher Impact OGP Commitments

The Open Government Partnership is a learning organization. As a collection of governments, civil society, and multilateral partners, participants encourage each other to take ambitious commitments to open government. The reward for accomplishment is international and national recognition, and, in…