OGP en America Latina: El Desafio de Incluir Todas Las Voces

10:30 - 11:50
Room 210, Shaw Centre

Most countries in Latin-america are currently in their third or fourth action plan cycle, but there are also new participants, as Ecuador, and new actors, such as the legislative and the judiciary branches. What have we learned from the past processes and how can we improve the delivery of action plans? In this session, we will try to answer the following questions:
  1. How have the voices in the process changed through the action plans? What are you doing to incorporate new actors?
  2. How can you address the needs of vulnerable groups?
  3. How can we improve the interaction between branches?
  4. As you move into your new (third / fourth) action plans, what are the new themes or issues to be challenged? How do you use your previous work to push for more ambition?

Theme: Inclusion

Livestream: No

Open to media: Yes

Organizers: Open Government Partnership (OGP)

Languages available: English, French, Spanish

Event type: Panel


José Agusto Briones, General Secretary, Ecuador, Nancy Marín Espinoza, Minister of Communications, Costa Rica, Claudio Alvarado, Vice Minister of the Secretary General of the Presidency, Chile

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