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Revision as of 14:55, 16 May 2018

This is the planning page for the Opengovpioneers project "Summer of International" initiative which runs from May to August 2018.

The aim is to share and learn across the UK and internationally how best to use opengov methods to achieve sustainable development goals.

To do this, we are planning a series of webinars, network development and developing international resources. Help us shape this activity!

Planning content

Potential speakers Location Topics Themes lead Possible dates Target audience Notes/Potential Partners
Northern Ireland Environment link NI Ireland SDG National Implementation Plan NI May 31st
OGP (Brittany Lane) US/Germany Open Government as a route to SDGs Scotland August Possible gender focus
Kogu (Teele Pehk) Estonia E-Democracy Participation in SDGs Wales September
UKSSD London SDGs and the UK (report) England July
Jefferson Centre on democracy (Kyle Bozentko) US Citizen led networks to advance SDGs Scotland & NI August Sharing network learning
B-team (Madeleine McCarroll) \ Paul Zeitz \ Fran US Business and citizens for SDGs Scotland August One stone advisors (Fran) / SDG Compacts between governments and citizens /
IDEAS & ... Young People and SDGS Scotland & NI September
Disabilities and SDGs England & Wales July International conference in July - International Disability Alliance and DfID

Draft Programme

Webinar series description

We are launching a webinar series to share and learn across the UK and internationally how best to use open government to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. If we are to truly leave no one behind in implementing the SDGs, then we must build greater trust between citizens and their governments at both local and national levels. Open government can help us to achieve this. We want to promote effective ways of achieving the SDGs through greater citizen participation and increased government transparency and accountability. Our webinar series aims to share practical information that can be used by participants from business, experts, civil society, Governments and others with an interest in the SDGs.  

Registration for the webinar series will open soon. Please visit again when this is open.

If you would like to take part in the series please add your name to this page. You can also watch our recent conference in full here.

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Webinar B

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Webinar C

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Webinar D

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Webinar E

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