Open Government Partnership – Philippines – November 2021

Addressing Harmful Information Online

Disinformation, online gender-based violence (GBV), and hate speech greatly impact online civic space and democratic processes. Governments should take steps to promote healthy and safe information ecosystems online while also protecting the exercise of online civic freedoms.

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OGP National Handbook – Rules and Guidance for Participants (2024)

The OGP National Handbook was designed to help reformers in government and civil society navigate the OGP process. It includes guidance, examples, best practices, templates, and information on minimum requirements of all the key moments in a country’s participation in…


Transforming Public Procurement for People and the Planet

Learn how The Open Contracting Partnership's new strategy is shifting the status quo to make procurement a smart, user-friendly digital service that addresses the urgent needs of our time.

OGP Data Dashboard – Breakdown

Aligning OGP Commitment Analysis with the Open Gov Challenge

Utilize new commitment tags to analyze thematic content, monitor adoption trends, and identify notable reforms.

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Navigating the Risks and Rewards of Digital ID Systems

The right to seek and share information is a fundamental element of free expression and a core component of the freedom of association and assembly. When digital identification systems make it harder to seek information or increase the threat of surveillance and harassment, they impede these fundamental freedoms.