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OGP in the News - Week of March 19, 2018

A weekly round-up of Open Government Partnership (OGP) media coverage around the world. Want to receive OGP in the News directly in your email inbox? Subscribe here. What does CrowdLaw mean, and how is Indonesian regency and OGP Local participant Bojonegoro combating crime? Find out in this week’s recap of OGP news, plus more from Ghana and Mongolia. After debuting the Crime Alarm System (CAS) application in 2016, the regency of Bojonegoro, Indonesia—an OGP Local participant—...

OGP in the News - Week of February 12, 2018

A weekly round-up of Open Government Partnership (OGP) media coverage around the world. Want to receive OGP in the News directly in your email inbox? Subscribe here. In true OGP fashion, this week’s global OGP coverage covered a wide array of themes, from public-private partnerships in the Americas, to transparency wins in Ghana’s oil and gas sector, to Morocco’s new OGP eligibility status. How can businesses partner with governments to promote open government? In a piece for El País,...

OGP in the News - Week of February 5, 2018

A weekly round-up of Open Government Partnership (OGP) media coverage around the world. Want to receive OGP in the News directly in your email inbox? Subscribe here. While OGP made news around the world, this week’s coverage was particularly strong in Europe following the European Leaders’ Forum on Open Government, and in the Asia-Pacific. “The theme of open government is not new,” said Chief Executive Officer of ItaliaCamp, Fabrizio Sammarco, in a blog for Italy’s L’Huffington Post....

OGP in the News - Week of January 29, 2018

A weekly round-up of Open Government Partnership (OGP) media coverage around the world. Want to receive OGP in the News directly in your email inbox? Subscribe here. From demands for greater transparency in Mexico and Greece, to meetings between leaders of OGP countries, this week’s OGP news covered it all. Grupo Milenio announced that Mexico’s National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI) has asked the Attorney General to publicly...

OGP in the News - Week of December 4, 2017

A weekly round-up of Open Government Partnership (OGP) media coverage around the world. Want to receive OGP in the News directly in your email inbox? Subscribe here. Between last month’s OGP Americas Regional Meeting and the upcoming Asia Pacific Leaders Forum on Open Government, this week’s OGP global media coverage remained strong.    “Sometimes you need to get away to find people who will appreciate you.” That was how CBC News described Canadian Treasury Board President Scott...

Canada, Italy, South Africa, and South Korea Elected to Lead the Open Government Partnership

WASHINGTON, D.C. - March 16, 2017 - The governments of Canada, Italy, South Africa, and South Korea have been elected by their peers to join the leadership of the Open Government Partnership (OGP). OGP has led the charge for open governance and citizen-centered democracy for over five years, promoting cooperation and collaboration between governments and civil society to create policy for the people, by the people. 93% of eligible OGP participating governments voted in the election. OGP...