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Co-Creation Lessons and Recommendations for Inclusion from the IRM

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Engaging Citizens Can Be a ‘Win-Win’ Approach

It is never easy to set the limits of citizens’ engagement in participatory policymaking. The sky is usually too high, but a useful approach is: “consult early, consult often”. But how early is early, and how often is often –…

The Road to Genuine Co-Creation: Insights from Argentina

When Argentina first joined the Open Government Partnership in 2012, the concept of open government was alien to most potential stakeholders, and there was a lack of trust between government and civil society. Argentina’s first action plan focused more on…

Lessons Learned: Co-Creation Developments in Ukraine

Ukraine celebrates over seven years of participation in the Open Government Partnership. During this time, it has adopted four and has implemented three national action plans. Some of these plans have included internationally recognized commitments, such as the e-procurement system…

Building on the Momentum: Co-creation Insights from Armenia

The creation of the fourth OGP action plan in Armenia coincided with a defining moment in the country. In April-May 2018, nationwide anti-government protests, referred to as the Velvet Revolution, led to drastic changes in the country’s political leadership, giving…

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