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La Cumbre Global de OGP termina con avances hacia el cumplimiento de objetivos globales y la implementación del gobierno abierto a nivel local

Want to read this blog in English? Ciudad de México, México  - 29 de octubre de 2015. La Cumbre Global de la Alianza para el Gobierno Abierto (Open Government Partnership - OGP) concluyó este jueves por la noche con ideas innovadoras para la utilización del marco de OGP en el cumplimiento de los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS) y el acuerdo de iniciar un proyecto piloto para la implementación del gobierno abierto en el ámbito subnacional. A pesar de que en muchos países que participan...

Press Release- Major Announcements Made on First Day of OGP Global Summit in Mexico

● Three new countries signal their intent to join OGP● Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto presents prestigious OGP Awards● Winnie Byanyima officially becomes an OGP Global Ambassador ● So far 36 countries have signed The Open Government Partnership’s Joint Declaration on Open Government for the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable DevelopmentMexico City, Mexico –  October 28, 2015, At the opening ceremony of the OGP’s Global Summit today it was announced that Sri Lanka, Cote D’...

Press Release- Rapid Growth for Open Government Partnership in Africa

At OGP Global Summit OGP welcomes Cote d’Ivoire to the Open Government Partnership South Africa becomes OGP Lead co-Chair Mexico City, 28 October 2015 – The Government of South Africa today formally took over the lead co-chairmanship of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) in a ceremony at the 2015 OGP Global Summit in Mexico. OGP also welcomed Cote d’Ivoire, bringing the total of African countries in the partnership to ten. South Africa was one of the eight founding countries of OGP in...

France becomes 64th country to join the Open Government Partnership (Press Release)

For immediate release  France becomes 64th country to join the Open Government Partnership Paris – At the Paris Conference on Open Data and Open Government, Minister Marylise Lebranchu today announced that France is to join the Open Government Partnership (OGP).  France becomes the 64th country to join OGP, which now represents over 2 billion people around the world. This milestone now means that all G7 countries, except Germany and Japan, are part of OGP. Already a world leader in open data...

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