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May 3-10, 2020

A global call to action to transform the way governments serve their citizens


Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, OGW is now postponed until further notice. Please delay or move scheduled physical events to a digital format, if possible. OGP will offer digital engagements for the community May 3 – 10. As digital events are not always possible or desirable, we hope to identify a time later in the year for in-person events. Please contact opengovweek@opengovpartnership.org if you have ideas or suggestions for virtual activities during the week. More »

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For one week in May, open government doers, leaders, and thinkers from around the world will come together to share ideas, discuss solutions, and commit to new levels of citizen participation in government.

This year, the #OpenGov community will focus on increasing the impact of open government through initiatives that tackle corruption, protect civic space, and ensure the inclusion of underrepresented voices.

Get Involved

Tell us what you are doing during #OpenGovWeek.

Open Gov Week is designed for anyone who believes citizens should play a role in shaping the policies that affect their lives.

It features seminars, hackathons, public debates, webinars, open dataset releases and other events planned by citizens, civil society and governments.

Join the Conversation

Join the Conversation

Here on the site or on social media using #OpenGovWeek


Find info on how to plan an event and more:  English | Spanish

What is the Open Government Partnership?

The Open Government Partnership brings together government, civil society, and citizens to create action plans that make governments more inclusive, responsive, and accountable.

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