This post originally appeared on Democracy International and has been re-printed with permission from the author. Crawling pubs on a Friday night in Prenzlauer Berg, one of Berlin’s hip districts, chatting up guys in bars that have as special names as “Zu mir oder zu Dir” (“to me or to you”) and getting their autographs.
We welcome the Irish government’s announcement that Ireland will participate in the Open Government Partnership (OGP). This international initiative aims to strengthen cooperation between civil society and the state, enhancing transparency and openness through citizen participation and dialogue. We commend Minister Brendan Howlin, TD, and the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform who played a
As David Cameron prepares for the UK’s presidency of the G8, the issue of supply chain transparency is already gaining considerable momentum, driven largely by high profile supply chain disasters and scandals. Even UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon has called for companies to take responsibility for their supply chains in a comment reacting to the
Brendan Howlin’s article was originally posted on website of the Department for Public Expenditure and Reform. It has been cross-posted here with his department’s permission. The announcement concerning Ireland’s decision to participate in OGP can be found here. There is not a crime, there is not a dodge, there is not a trick, there is not
Este blog fue publicado en Transparencía Mexicana originalmente En el ámbito internacional, la Agenda para el Desarrollo Post-2015 es la siguiente estrategia para que los países miembros de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas (ONU) persigan nuevos objetivos de desarrollo sustentables que retomen y rebasen a los actuales Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio (ODM). En
The following post is one of nine articles published for a special supplement, Innovating Government on a Global Stage, produced for the Open Government Partnership in the Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR). To view the original post, please visit the SSIR website. On September 26, 2012, to mark the first anniversary of the Open Government Partnership (OGP),
15 April 2013 was an important day in Tunisia and for its process to implement open government reforms to meet the Eligibility Criteria of the Open Government Partnership (OGP). For the first time, representatives from the public administration, civil society and the private sector met to inaugurate the activities of the new Tunisian Steering
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