Carleton University Student Blog Series: Enabling the Participation of Immigrants

Carleton University undergraduate students in Ottawa, Canada, are studying the link between communication and open government. In the class, the students examine how communication can be used to improve governance and to foster a more collaborative relationship between governments and…

Carleton University Student Blog Series: Engaged Youth? Let’s Talk

Carleton University undergraduate students in Ottawa, Canada, are studying the link between communication and open government. In the class, the students examine how communication can be used to improve governance and to foster a more collaborative relationship between governments and…

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Why Gender, Why Now

At 83 years old, my mother is vibrant and full of life. As she reminisces on her life, she says, I really wanted to be a lawyer, but could not.  In her youth in my home state of Bihar -…

Austin CE

Building Equity for All

Austin is tackling historic inequity with a tool that allows citizens and government to measure the benefit of city initiatives in disadvantaged communities.

Advocacy to Action: OGP Supports “16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence”

On November 25, 1960 the bodies of three sisters, Patria, Minerva, and María Teresa Mirabal Reyes were found at the bottom of a cliff in the Dominican Republic. Murdered for their outspoken advocacy, the sisters and their driver had been…