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EU for Integrity Programme for the Eastern Partnership

The EU for Integrity Programme for the Eastern Partnership is jointly implemented by the Open Government Partnership (OGP) and OECD Anti-Corruption Network for Eastern Europe and Central Asia (OECD ACN). This multi-year collaboration aims to strengthen the support and resources available to country reformers in the region to deepen reforms and advance bold, new ideas in areas like strengthening public service delivery, opening civic space, promoting a fair justice system and fighting corruption.

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Countering Kleptocracy through Open Government and Democratic Oversight

Kleptocracy, "rule by thieves," distorts state institutions for elite gain, harming source and host countries. Explore a two part series by The National Democratic Institute and OGP that offer actionable strategies for OGP members and local governments to combat transnational kleptocracy, safeguarding governance, economies, and national security.

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Open Parliaments: The Case of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara, Georgia

The Autonomous Republic of Ajara is a political-administrative region of Georgia. Its Supreme Council is made up of 21 congresspeople who represent about 350,000 citizens. While the Autonomous Republic of Ajara is not a member of OGP Local, its legislative body, the Supreme Council, has played a significant role in promoting open government values.

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Faces of Open Government: Oleksandr Yarema

Meet Oleksandr Yarema, the State Secretary of the Cabinet of Ministers and co-chair of the OGP Coordination Council in Ukraine. We sat down with Oleksandr on the sidelines of the OGP Europe Regional Meeting to learn about his efforts over the years to promote civil society and public participation in decision-making, ensure access to public information, and, more recently, aid the reconstruction efforts in Ukraine.

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Georgia’s Journey to Accelerating Open Data Reforms

This publication was produced with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of the Open Government Partnership and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union. Georgia’s open government reforms have encompassed…

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