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Tuesday, October 27 • 17:00 - 18:30
Police transparency LIMITED

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Participants will discuss projects involving access to information held by the police, with the aims of (a) examining the impact, or potential impact, of such projects, and (2) sharing ideas about ways to encourage governments to develop and implement OGP commitments on policing. Can increased transparency concerning policing lead to improved policies, respect for rights, or other policing outcomes? 
Prof. Juan Salgado and Prof. Gregory Michener will discuss the methodology and results of a multi-country study on access to information concerning policing of protests, including results from Brazil, India, England/Scotland, Mexico and South Africa. Helen Darbishire will describe Access Info Europe’s project to obtain information from 42 European countries also about the policing of protests. Zoe Reiter, Americas Regional Program Manager of Transparency International, will talk about TI's work on police transparency. Evelyn Villareal, Vice President of Costa Rica Integra, a chapter of TI, will discuss her work on police transparency and accountability in Costa Rica, and trends across Central America. Jesse Franzblau will address the question as to why don’t we know how many people the police kill in the USA each year, and the importance of data in holding police accountable. We look forward to hearing about other projects involving security sector transparency, including monitoring websites of security sector agencies. 

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Sandra Coliver

Senior Managing Legal Officer, Open Society Justice Initiative
I am working to support litigation and law reform to strengthen and defend the rights to freedom of association and assembly in parts of Latin America, Europe and Africa; build support for, and use of, the Principles on Protest and Right to Information, including by working with networks... Read More →
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Helen Darbishire

Executive Director, Access Info Europe
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Jesse Franzblau

Policy Associate, OpenTheGovernment.org
Jesse Franzblau is a Policy Associate with OpenTheGovernment.org - a coalition of more than 90 civil society organizations committed to promoting government openness and accountability. Jesse carries out policy analysis, conducts monitoring and evaluation of the U.S. OGP commitments... Read More →
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Gregory Michener

Professor - Director Transparency Program, FGV-EBAPE / Transparency Audit Network
Professor of Policy and Politics at FGV-EBAPE, Rio de Janeiro, Director of FGV's Public Transparency Program and of the Open Society Foundation-supported Transparency Audit Network. New paper I wrote on ATI (FOI) in Latin America: http://goo.gl/jxGRpO
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Zoe Reiter

Interim Representative to US, Transparency International Secretariat
Since 2008, Zoë has worked at Transparency International. Currently, she serves as TI’s interim representative to the US and senior project leader. Her work in the US involves working with diverse stakeholders to help re-establish TI’s formal presence in the US. The purpose of... Read More →
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Evelyn Villarreal

Costa Rica Íntegra CRI
Vice President of Costa Rica Integra

Tuesday October 27, 2015 17:00 - 18:30 CST
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