Subnational Pilot Program

Les villes intègrent l’Open Government Partnership

English Version » Une petite révolution démocratique est en marche. Certains d’entre vous connaissent déjà l’Open Government Partnership (OGP), cette organisation d’Etats et de représentants de la société civile effectuant un travail remarquable pour faire progresser la transparence de l'action publique et la participation citoyenne. Une mission aussi nécessaire qu’urgente à l’heure où un nombre croissant de citoyens doutent ou désespèrent de la capacité des élus à comprendre leurs...

Retos y aspiraciones del programa piloto subnacional de Buenos Aires

Want to read this blog in English? El encuentro regional de Montevideo constituyó un hito en la historia de la Alianza para el Gobierno Abierto: por primera vez participaron de modo oficial cuatro gobiernos locales latinoamericanos, Buenos Aires, Jalisco, La Libertad y San Pablo, recientemente incorporados al  Programa piloto para Entidades Subnacionales. Los gobiernos subnacionales presentan un escenario ideal para prácticas de gobierno abierto ya son quienes están en contacto directo con...

Challenges and Aspirations of the Subnational Pilot Program in Buenos Aires

¿Quieres leer este blog en español? The Regional Meeting in Montevideo marked a milestone in the history of the Open Government Partnership: for the first time four local governments from Latin America officially participated – Buenos Aires, Argentina; Jalisco, Mexico; La Libertad, Peru; and San Paulo, Brazil (all of which form part of OGP’s new Subnational Pilot Program). Subnational governments represent an ideal platform for open government practices as it is they who are in direct contact...

Making Subnational Commitments through the Open Government Partnership

This post is part of a blog series we are running over the next few weeks to highlight core open government issues and give you ideas to consider as you develop your new National Action Plan. In our previous post, we looked at how bridging access to information and open data with effective records management can enhance a country's ability to achieve their open government goals and priorities. This week, we look at how subnational commitments can be incorporated into OGP National Action Plans...

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