See who’s joining…

In the spirit of this year’s theme, tell us which partner(s) you are working with to make governments more open and inclusive. And see what partners are planning their own celebrations.

Open Government Partnership

What are you working on?

Who is helping to open government?

Open Government Partnership www.opengovpartnership.org
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  • "Public accountability and sustainable development in Africa"
Transparency and Accountability Initiative https://www.transparency-initiative.org/
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International Development Research Center https://www.idrc.ca/
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Women's Budget Group https://wbg.org.uk/
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Campaign for Freedom of Information https://www.cfoi.org.uk/
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National Democratic Institute www.ndi.org
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Red de Grupos de Mujeres Rurales de Uruguay
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Comisión Nacional de Fomento Rural www.cnfr.org.uy
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Ministerio de Trabajo y Seguridad Social (Uruguay) https://www.mtss.gub.uy
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Department of Budget and Management www.dbm.gov.ph
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Department of the Interior and Local Government (Philippines) www.dilg.gov.ph
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Council of Europe Congress of Local and Regional Authorities www.coe.int/congress
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  • "Local democracy Open Government Good governance Ethics Gender equality Human Rights at local level"
Counterpart International https://www.counterpart.org/
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  • "CSO meetings in Morocco, Open Data and Government meetings in Ecaudor, Open Gov. Tables in Guatemala"
  • "Developing information platform and tools for the citizens to participate in society"

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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