Impact, Opportunities, and Challenges for Open Government: Creating and Implementing Co-Creation Commitments

13:40 - 15:00
Room 210, Shaw Centre

The panel will provide a space for participants from various sectors and regions to reflect on their experience of implementing open government (national and subnational level) and to provide tools to do it successfully. Questions to be addressed include: Is the development status more influential than geography on the implementation of open government? How is co-creation being adapted and build on the ground and practice of the OGP Subnational Pilot? This session aims to improve the involvement and the responsiveness of public institutions and citizen participation in national and subnational governments through the understanding of the influence of the local context, problem-solving based on local contexts and the various jurisdictions in the open government making. After the summit, this session will produce a post-panel review, meeting notes/brochure from the panel on social media, attendees feedback, and call to action.

Theme: Impact

Livestream: No

Open to media: Yes

Organizers: Agencia de Gobierno Electrónico y Sociedad de la Información y del Conocimiento (AGESIC) de Uruguay, Instituto Nacional de Transparencia, Acceso a la Información y Protección de Datos Personales (INAI) de Mexico

Languages available: English, French, Spanish

Event type: Panel


Joel Salas Suárez: Commissioner, INAI, Mexico, Virgina Pardo: AGESIC, Uruguay, Federico Anghelé: Riparte il Futuro, Italy, Jennifer Bretaña: POC, Government of South Cotabato, Philippines, Alvaro Ramirez Alujas: GIGAPP, Chile

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