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Transparency and Accountability at the Frontlines of Justice: Police Data Transparency

A lack of transparent or comparable police data inhibits the public and policymakers’ ability to fully understand and address problematic police practices and their consequences. OGP members are increasingly taking the initiative to open police data...

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Transparency and Accountability at the Frontlines of Justice: Citizen Oversight of Police

Recent civil unrest in the United States has exposed high levels of public distrust toward police, which similarly exists in many other countries. This distrust is particularly strong among minority communities, who often face disproportionate mistreatment at the hands of police around the world...

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Transparency and Accountability at the Frontlines of Justice: Freedom of Assembly

Enshrined in international law and an established global norm, the freedom of peaceful assembly is a fundamental right to collectively express, promote, pursue, and defend a common interest without fear of retribution. Beyond its normative value, freedom of assembly is essential...

Digital Governance – What Role Could OGP Play?

Seeking innovation and employing new technologies for opening up government has been central to OGP's mission and a key area of focus for OGP since its founding in 2011. As of July 2019, OGP participants have made more than 1,700…

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Seeking Synergy: OGP & EITI

This paper explores how OGP and EITI members can leverage both platforms to make meaningful reforms in the extractives industry, one of the sectors most prone to corruption.