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Wednesday, November 22 • 09:00 - 10:00
Lecciones sobre procesos OGP a nivel federal y local: experiencias de Brasil, EEUU, Austin y Ontario / Lessons from OGP federal and local processes: experiences from Brazil, US, Austin and Ontario

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Un verdadero gobierno abierto debe darse en todos los niveles, desde el federal hasta lo local, y potenciarse mediante la interrelación de diferentes organismos. La conversación en esta sesión se centrará en lo que han aprendido estos gobiernos, tanto nacionales como locales, en torno a la necesidad de generar estrategias robustas de consulta a los ciudadanos y articular políticas intersectoriales de gobierno abierto. ¿Cuál fue la mejor estrategia para consultar actores diversos? ¿Qué retos se enfrentaron a la hora del diálogo entre las partes? ¿Qué les gustaría mejorar en su próximo proceso de cocreación?


Open government must happen at all levels, from federal to local. This needs to be leveraged by the coordination of different entities. This session will focus on what these countries and subnational entities have learned about strategies to consult citizens and articulate cross-cutting open government policies. What was the best strategy to bring in all relevant stakeholders? What challenges did they face during dialogue between stakeholders? What would they like to improve in their next co creation process?

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Jeff Lovitt

Founder & Chair, New Diplomacy
Jeff Lovitt is the founder and Chair of New Diplomacy, an association established in 2015 to address the policy challenges facing regional and global policymakers in the EU’s eastern and southern neighbourhoods. He is also an expert consultant to the Council of Europe on civ... Read More →

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Aureliano Junior

Aureliano Vogado Rodrigues Junior, born and living in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, is the Deputy Coordinator-General for Open Government and Transparency at the Ministry of Transparency and Comptroller-General (CGU). He has been a civil servant for 23 years, carrying out actions... Read More →
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Victoria O'Dell

Program & Communication Manager, Capital City Innovation
Social Media Handles: @Victoria_ODell I'm Victoria but some people call me Vickie. Currently, I'm an organizer and designer working with small businesses, nonprofits, and startups. My current passion project has been doing community organizing work with Open Austin as the Brigade... Read More →
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Daniel Paré

Associate Professor, Department of Communication, University of Ottawa
Daniel Paré's areas of ongoing research and policy-related work focus on social, economic, political and technical issues arising from innovations in information and communication technologies (ICTs) in developing and industrialized countries. Areas of specialization include ICTs... Read More →
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Fabro Steibel

General Coordinator, IRM brazil and Executive director at ITS Rio
Fabro Steibel is the General Coordinator of ITS – Institute for Technology & Society (itsrio.org), professor of new technologies and innovation at ESPM Rio (Brazil), the Independent Researcher for the Open Government Partnership in Brazil, and the open government fellow at the Organisation... Read More →

Kelly Villeneuve

Manager, Outreach and Organizational Change, Open Government Office, Treasury Board Secretariat, Government of Ontario
Kelly is the Manager of the Organizational Change and Outreach section of Ontario’s Open Government Office.
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Chanan Weissman

Section Lead, Internet Freedom & Business and Human Rights, U.S. Department of State
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Raymond Weyandt

Subnational Researcher, Open Government Partnership
Raymond is a researcher and photographer in Austin, Texas (US). He currently serves as the OGP IRM subnational researcher in Austin. Prior to working with the IRM, Raymond served as communications director and research assistant at Innovations for Peace and Development at the University... Read More →

Wednesday November 22, 2017 09:00 - 10:00 GMT-03
Auditorio 612 (Eng/Esp)