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Tuesday, October 27 • 17:00 - 18:30
From Open to Inclusive: Can the OGP Tackle Social, Economic and Cultural Exclusion? LIMITED

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From Open to Inclusive: How Can the OGP Tackle Political, Economic, Social and Cultural Exclusion

Panel Focus: to address how to make the open governance field in general and the OGP initiative in particular more inclusive of organizations and networks representing communities and social groups in conditions of vulnerability and systemic marginalization. 

 Expected Outcome: Identification of proposed pathways for inclusiveness which would then be shared with subsequently with interested stakeholders for feedback and sharpening of proposals that would be delivered to the OGP Steering Committee subsequently.

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De Abierto a Inclusivo: ¿Cómo puede la AGA combatir la exclusión política, económica, social y cultural?

Foco del Panel: cómo hacer que el campo de la gobernanza abierta en general, y la iniciativa de la AGA, en particular, sea más inclusiva de las organizaciones y redes que representan a las comunidades y grupos sociales en condiciones de vulnerabilidad y marginalidad sistémica

Resultado Esperado: Identificación de propuestas concretas/próximos pasos para fortalecer la capacidad de la AGA para combatir la exclusión.  Estas propuestas serán compartidas con “stakeholders” (otros actores) interesados para su retroalimentación y el fortalecimiento de las propuestas.  Luego serán enviados al Comité Directivo de AGA.

 

Panellists/Panelistas:

  1. Andrés Hernández, Director of Citizen Participation, Transparencia por Colombia
  2. Damaris Kiewiets, SANGOCO, South Africa
  3. Betsy Apple, Open Justice Initiative
  4. Cesar Gamboa, DAR, Peru
  5. Redempto (Dondon) Parafina from ANSA EAP, Phillipines
  6. Reap Kol, TI Cambodia (TBC)

 

Moderator:  Zoë Reiter

Rapporteur: Craig Fagan


Speakers
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Betsy Apple

Open Justice Initiative
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Cesar Gamboa

Director Ejecutivo, DAR
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Damaris Kiewiets

Community Liaison Officer, University of the Western Cape
I am a Health and Human Rights activist and hold a leadership position in 2 different organizations. My passion is building the capacity of community leaders to realize their optimal potential.
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Preap Kol

Executive Director, Transparency International Cambodia
Mr. Preap Kol is the Executive Director of Transparency International Cambodia. A founder of the organisation, Mr. Kol has been integral to the development of the policy framework, strategic plan as well as the fund raising aspects for the organization. Kol has also served as the Regional Coordinator of the UNCAC Coalition (UNCAC: United Nations Convention Against Corruption) in the Asia Pacific region from June 2012 to September 2014... Read More →
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Redempto (Dondon) Parafina

Executive Director, ANSA-EAP Foundation
I'm a social accountability practitioner. Our organisation works on innovative application of citizen participation in public governance.
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Zoe Reiter

Regional Programme Manager, TI-S
Transparency International



Tuesday October 27, 2015 17:00 - 18:30
Main patio

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