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The Government of Georgia will host the 5th OGP Global Summit in Tbilisi, Georgia, on July 17-19, 2018. The Summit will provide an excellent opportunity for leaders from OGP’s 76 participating countries, local governments, and beyond to exchange ideas on how they are making their governments more transparent, accountable, and responsive to citizens.

Please register for the Global Summit at www.ogpsummit.org and send your questions and/or feedback to summit@opengovpartnership.org.
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Thursday, July 19 • 12:00 - 13:30
Driving Action towards Gender Responsive Open Government

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Open Government approaches can help to deliver more transparent, accountable and responsive governments - but for whom? In 2018, the universal right to be represented in government and to have equal access to public services is far from being a reality for women across the globe. Advancing gender equality in and through open government requires a collective shift in approaches. New research and evidence is helping to identify important areas for action, and is making the case for the impact of gender equality in open government institutions and initiatives.

This interactive learning session, co-hosted by the Government of Canada, Publish What You Pay, the UNDP, Carter Center, IDRC, and the OD4D network will provide a space for learning about approaches people have been taken to address gender issues and engage in actionable conversations on how to advance a gender responsive open government agenda around the world. Key discussion points will be captured in a collaborative document.

Moderators
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Jaimie Boyd

Director, Open Government, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, Government of Canada
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Duncan Edwards

Director of Global Initiatives and Impact, Publish What You Pay
I joined Publish What You Pay (PWYP) in January 2018 as Director of Global Initiatives and Impact. I am developing and implementing systems, research activities, and strategic initiatives that ensure PWYP’s effectiveness in promoting an open and accountable extractives sector. This... Read More →

Speakers
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Katie Clancy

Programme Management Officer, International Development Research Centre
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Erisa Danladi

North-East Coordinator, Publish What You Pay Nigeria
Erisa Danladi has worked as a consultant and volunteer for a wider range of organisations, establishments and agencies. She has expertise in human rights, health, socio-economic and environmental issues, as well as in politics. She holds a Masters Degree in Dramatic Literature and... Read More →
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Silvana Fumega

Research and Policy Director, ILDA
Silvana Fumega is currently the Research and Policy Lead of the Latin American Initiative for Open Data (ILDA). | She holds a Ph.D. (University of Tasmania, Australia). In the past few years, she has focused her work on Open Government Data and Freedom of Information policies. She... Read More →
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Ciara Lee

International Consultant, United Nations Development Programme
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Paula Martins

Director for South America, Article 19
Activist and researcher on access to information and freedom of expression. Working in the protection and promotion of human rights for more than 15 years. Director of the South America office of international NGO ARTICLE 19 since its setting up in Brazil in 2007.
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Laura Neuman

Director of the Global Access to Information Program, Carter Center
Laura Neuman is director of the Global Access to Information Program. She directs and implements Carter Center transparency and good governance programming, including projects in Latin America, Africa, and Asia. Ms. Neuman developed the innovative access to information implementation... Read More →


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