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Tuesday, October 27 • 14:00 - 15:30
OGP Civil Society Knowledge Sharing – Working with Government on NAPs FULL

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The aim of the workshop will be to provide a venue to draw on CSO experiences from across the globe to share knowledge, identify strategies that work, and begin discussion toward ways to advance open government – and overcome obstacles in collaborations between national CSOs and their governments involved in the OGP processes. During the workshop, presenters and participants will be encouraged to share their experiences, identify commonalities, and provide lessons-learned and, it is hoped, begin to identify strategies to strengthen CSO-government collaboration in developing and implementing national action plans.

The workshop will include a 40-minutes break-out session where participants will be divided into groups, led by each of our presenters, to discuss the challenges CSOs face when engaging with one another and with governments. We encourage participants to come prepared to discuss the following topics: 1) How do you coordinate with other CSOs?2) What are the approaches you use to work with government on NAP development and/or consultation on the commitments?; 3) What lessons have you learned from your OGP experiences?; 4) How do you monitor government progress on OGP commitments?

The final section of the workshop will be a 20 minutes report back from the presenters, where we will discuss the findings from the break-out sessions, and work to identify strategies for working with national governments, ideas for improving coalition building among CSOs, regularly-experiences obstacles and new approaches to overcome these obstacles. 



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avatar for Hilda Shafiq Ajeilat

Hilda Shafiq Ajeilat

President, Jordan Transparency Center
I've been with JTC since its establishment on 11 July 2011. JTC leads a national consortium of 23 CSOs and activists from legal and media firms to push ATI law amendments, since February 2013. JTC has formed a Civic Coalition for Anti-Corruption of 28 CSOs on the Int'l Anti-Corruption Day; 9 Dec 2013. JTC is a member of several Anti-Corruption regional organizations and international coalitions. | JTC has organized a few activities on... Read More →
avatar for Jesse Franzblau

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, and helps coordinate a coalition of CSO’s in the U.S. promote stronger open government and accountability policies. He has conducted research on the... Read More →
avatar for Tim Hughes

Tim Hughes

Open Government Programme Manager, Involve
Tim is Open Government Programme Manager at Involve and Coordinator of the UK Open Government Network - a coalition of transparency, participation and accountability reformers working on the OGP in the UK. | Tim has worked on the OGP for the past three years - coordinating civil society in the UK to engage with and challenge the government, and working with international civil society to strengthen advocacy on the OGP. | As well as working on... Read More →
avatar for Giorgi Kldiashvili

Giorgi Kldiashvili

Director, Institute For Development Of Freedom Of Informatio
Giorgi Kldiashvili is a founding member and Director of the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI). He has over six years of experience working on good and democratic governance. Giorgi has been carrying out projects, studies and assessments for different international organizations and foundations. He is the director and coordinator of existing projects at IDFI. Giorgi Kldiashvili is an author of a number of publications... Read More →
avatar for Patrice McDermott

Patrice McDermott

Executive Director, OpenTheGovernment.org
Patrice McDermott has led the coalition since July 2006. OTG has coordinated civil society engagement with the US government on its OGP commitments since 2011, including the development of civil society Model National Action Plans, and the evaluation of the government's implementation of its commitments. | Dr. McDermott is the author of Who Needs to Know? The State of Public Access to Federal Government Information. On March 16... Read More →
avatar for Héctor Rubio

Héctor Rubio

Advocacy & Innovation Coordinator, Acción Ciudadana Frente a la Pobreza
Coordinador de Innovación e Incidencia at @FrenteaPobreza
avatar for Nanda Sihombing

Nanda Sihombing

Open Government Specialist, PATTIRO (Center for Regional Information and Studies)
PATTIRO focus is dedicated to public finance mamangement in favor of basic needs, the fullfulment of people's right to public information, and the involvement of civil society to improve public services. We work through research, advocacy, and technical assistance to enhance the capacity of government and civil society. | PATTIRO has been involved in the Open Government Indonesia since Indonesia joined the OGP and has been actively... Read More →
avatar for Ugonna Ukaigwe

Ugonna Ukaigwe

Project Consultant, Right to Information Coalition, Ghana
Ugonna Ukaigwe has led the RTI Coalition, Ghana since November 2013. The Coalition has been championing the advocacy for the passage of the RTI Law. Previously, Ugonna worked as the Law and Policy Reform Officer for the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) based in Accra, Ghana, a regional non-governmental organisation that promotes media rights/freedom of expression. Ugonna is currently at the fore front of the campaign for the adoption by... Read More →



Tuesday October 27, 2015 14:00 - 15:30
Classroom B1

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