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== *Opportunity – Request for Quote* ==
   
*Opportunity – Request for Quote*
 
 
The Wales Open Government Network is a coalition of active citizens and civil society organisations committed to making Welsh government work better for people through enhanced transparency, participation and accountability. The project is a partnership between Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (Lead), Northern Ireland Environment Link, Involve and WCVA, who host the Network in Wales, focusing on the wellbeing Goals as set by the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act.
 
The Wales Open Government Network is a coalition of active citizens and civil society organisations committed to making Welsh government work better for people through enhanced transparency, participation and accountability. The project is a partnership between Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (Lead), Northern Ireland Environment Link, Involve and WCVA, who host the Network in Wales, focusing on the wellbeing Goals as set by the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act.
 
The Open Government Network, through WCVA, are looking for partners who have experience in the field of Equalities in Wales, with a broad network and members. We will look to appoint three equalities partners organisations (or partnerships of organisations), covering a wide range of groups/individuals in Wales to deliver:
 
The Open Government Network, through WCVA, are looking for partners who have experience in the field of Equalities in Wales, with a broad network and members. We will look to appoint three equalities partners organisations (or partnerships of organisations), covering a wide range of groups/individuals in Wales to deliver:
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a) engagement activity contributing to:
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a) engagement activity contributing to:
· Developing the capacity of civil society to influence reforms in pursuit of open government and sustainable development;
 
· Developing engagement between civil society and governments, in order to improve governance and sustainable development in Wales;
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* Developing the capacity of civil society to influence reforms in pursuit of open government and sustainable development;
 
* Developing engagement between civil society and governments, in order to improve governance and sustainable development in Wales;
· Ensure wider participation in the open government civil society movement to progress the Well-being Goals in Wales.
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* Ensure wider participation in the open government civil society movement to progress the Well-being Goals in Wales.
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b) an event: to build understanding and engagement on how best to support people with barriers to involvement in policy making to engage with open government approaches to Well-being Goals.
 
b) an event: to build understanding and engagement on how best to support people with barriers to involvement in policy making to engage with open government approaches to Well-being Goals.
Request the ‘Request for Quote’ pack regarding this opportunity via email from Open Government Network Officer Jetske Germing: jgerming@wcva.org.uk
 
Deadline for responses: 12pm on 14 September 2017
 
   
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More info regarding this opportunity and application form: https://www.wcva.org.uk/what-we-do/open-government-wales-project/request-for-quote-for-equalities-engagement-work
Introduction
 
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Or email Open Government Network Officer Jetske Germing: jgerming@wcva.org.uk
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'''Deadline for responses: 12pm on 14 September 2017'''
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== Introduction ==
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The Wales Open Government Network is a coalition of active citizens and civil society organisations committed to making Welsh government work better for people through enhanced transparency, participation and accountability.
 
The Wales Open Government Network is a coalition of active citizens and civil society organisations committed to making Welsh government work better for people through enhanced transparency, participation and accountability.
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Wales Action Plan: https://opengovpioneers.miraheze.org/wiki/Wales_Country_Plan
 
Wales Action Plan: https://opengovpioneers.miraheze.org/wiki/Wales_Country_Plan
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Open Government Forum Wales (sign up and join wales group) https://forum.opengovernment.org.uk/groups/wales
 
Open Government Forum Wales (sign up and join wales group) https://forum.opengovernment.org.uk/groups/wales
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2016-18 UK Open Government Action Plan: Commitment from the Welsh Government http://www.opengovernment.org.uk/resource/2016-18-uk-open-government-action-plan-commitment-from-the-welsh-government/
 
2016-18 UK Open Government Action Plan: Commitment from the Welsh Government http://www.opengovernment.org.uk/resource/2016-18-uk-open-government-action-plan-commitment-from-the-welsh-government/
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Twitter @opengovcymru
 
Twitter @opengovcymru
Email: Open Government Wales Officer Jetske Germing: jgerming@wcva.org.uk
 
   
Network meeting Open Government Wales Thursday 27 April 2017
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Email: Open Government Wales Officer Jetske Germing: jgerming@wcva.org.uk
 
Llywodraeth Agored Cymru – Cyfarfod y Rhwydwaith
 
Dydd Iau 27 Ebrill 2017 10.30-12.30
 
Tŷ Baltig Caerdydd, a chyswllt fideo â swyddfa WCVA yn y Rhyl ac Aberystwyth.
 
Agenda
 
1. Croeso a chyflwyniadau
 
2. Rhwydwaith Llywodraeth Agored Cymru
 
a. Diben
 
b. Pwy ydym ni
 
c. Prif amcanion 2017/18
 
3. Cynllun Gweithredu Llywodraeth Agored Llywodraeth Cymru 2016 – 2018
 
a. Sut y gall y rhwydwaith gymryd rhan?
 
b. Sut y gall y rhwydwaith helpu i siapio’r ymrwymiadau nesaf?
 
4. Diweddariadau partneriaid y Rhwydwaith
 
5. Y camau nesaf
 
a. Beth fyddwn yn ei wneud a sut
 
b. Dulliau cyfathrebu, cynllun cyfarfod
 
Open Government Wales - Network meeting
 
 
Thursday 27 April 2017 10.30-12.30
 
Baltic House Cardiff, and videoconference WCVA Rhyl & Aberystwyth.
 
Agenda
 
1. Welcome and introduction
 
2. The Open Government Network Wales
 
a. Purpose
 
b. Who we are
 
c. Priority outcomes 2017/18
 
3. Welsh Government’s Open Government Action Plan 2016 – 2018
 
a. How can the network engage?
 
b. How can the network be involved in shaping the next commitments?
 
4. Network partner updates
 
5. Next steps
 
a. What we’ll do and how we’ll do it
 
b. Communication methods, meeting plan
 

Revision as of 16:32, 17 August 2017

*Opportunity – Request for Quote*

The Wales Open Government Network is a coalition of active citizens and civil society organisations committed to making Welsh government work better for people through enhanced transparency, participation and accountability. The project is a partnership between Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (Lead), Northern Ireland Environment Link, Involve and WCVA, who host the Network in Wales, focusing on the wellbeing Goals as set by the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act. The Open Government Network, through WCVA, are looking for partners who have experience in the field of Equalities in Wales, with a broad network and members. We will look to appoint three equalities partners organisations (or partnerships of organisations), covering a wide range of groups/individuals in Wales to deliver:

a) engagement activity contributing to:

  • Developing the capacity of civil society to influence reforms in pursuit of open government and sustainable development;
  • Developing engagement between civil society and governments, in order to improve governance and sustainable development in Wales;
  • Ensure wider participation in the open government civil society movement to progress the Well-being Goals in Wales.

b) an event: to build understanding and engagement on how best to support people with barriers to involvement in policy making to engage with open government approaches to Well-being Goals.

More info regarding this opportunity and application form: https://www.wcva.org.uk/what-we-do/open-government-wales-project/request-for-quote-for-equalities-engagement-work

Or email Open Government Network Officer Jetske Germing: jgerming@wcva.org.uk

Deadline for responses: 12pm on 14 September 2017

Introduction

The Wales Open Government Network is a coalition of active citizens and civil society organisations committed to making Welsh government work better for people through enhanced transparency, participation and accountability.

Wales Action Plan: https://opengovpioneers.miraheze.org/wiki/Wales_Country_Plan

Open Government Forum Wales (sign up and join wales group) https://forum.opengovernment.org.uk/groups/wales

2016-18 UK Open Government Action Plan: Commitment from the Welsh Government http://www.opengovernment.org.uk/resource/2016-18-uk-open-government-action-plan-commitment-from-the-welsh-government/

Twitter @opengovcymru

Email: Open Government Wales Officer Jetske Germing: jgerming@wcva.org.uk

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