Category Archive for "Open Governance"

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The White House and the World Development Report

Alan Hudson, Executive Director Governance matters. That’s not a new claim, nor a controversial one, but for a British citizen and a European, currently living in Washington DC, it is one that is felt more sharply than ever right now….

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Bonjour, Paris! Global Integrity at the OGP Global Summit

By Alan Hudson, Executive Director, Global Integrity, December 6, 2016 At the upcoming OGP Global Summit in Paris, on December 7-9, open government champions from across the world will come together to reflect on the progress OGP has made, to…

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Learning by doing: Our action plan for open governance

By Alan Hudson, Executive Director As regular readers will know, we’ve been making the case that adaptive learning — a structured approach to learning by doing — should be central to the open governance agenda, and is central to our…

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The World Bank’s Governance Agenda: Learning to deliver sustainable development results?

by Alan Hudson, Executive Director, Global Integrity July 13, 2016 There has been concern for many months in the governance and development community, in Washington DC and beyond, about the commitment of the World Bank to the governance agenda, and…

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Learning to Open Government: New Evidence to Inform the OGP’s Efforts to Make Change Happen

By Florencia Guerzovich and Michael Moses June 15, 2016 Global Integrity is excited to present the results of “Learning to Open Government,” a first of its kind examination of how the Open Government Partnership is playing out in practice in…

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Global Integrity at OGP Cape Town

By Michael Moses, Director of Advocacy & Programs, May 3 2016 The OGP Africa Regional Meeting is happening in Cape Town this week. The meeting presents a great opportunity for open government champions in government and civil society to reflect…

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What does our data say about civic space in Africa?

By Sun-Min Kim – April 27, 2016, updated on August 18, 2016 This Monday saw the beginning of the International Civil Society Week 2016 in Bogotá, Colombia under the theme “Active Citizens, Accountable Actions”. We are not able to be…

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Ini MI Weekend

From Accra, the Mo Ibrahim governance weekend and African data

By Ini Ekott – April 18, 2016 Selected as top performing contributor for the third round of Africa Integrity Indicators (AII) research, Ini Ekott of Nigeria was awarded the recognition of representing AII researchers from across the continent at last…

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Opening Governance: Data, learning and action

By Alan Hudson, April 12 2016 Over the last 12 months, we’ve taken huge steps forward in our work to support progress toward more open governance in countries and communities around the world. Hot off the virtual press, our Annual…

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It takes two: What happens when the open governance and peacebuilding communities work together?

By Dave Algoso — February 22, 2016. Dave is a consultant, facilitator, and writer who has been supporting Global Integrity on a variety of projects in recent months. More on his work with us here, and on his work in general…

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