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Wednesday, November 22 • 14:00 - 15:10
Grupo de trabajo: Apertura Legislativa / Working Group: Legislative Openness

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El desarrollo de compromisos en materia de apertura legislativa puede presentar desafíos mucho más complejos que los desarrollados dentro del Poder Ejecutivo. Implican no solo la cocreación y la coordinación con el Poder Ejecutivo y la sociedad civil, sino también necesita de la construcción de consensos entre actores que responden a diferentes líneas políticas. Lanzado en 2013, el Grupo de Trabajo de Apertura Legislativa (LOWG, por sus siglas en inglés) de la Alianza  para el Gobierno Abierto, se creó para ayudar a los parlamentos a enfrentar estos desafíos. Co-precedido por el National Democratic Institute (NDI) y el Congreso de Chile, se creó una comunidad internacional para Parlamentos con el objetivo de compartir experiencias sobre reformas de apertura en el ámbito legislativo. Este panel incluirá información sobre el estado actual del trabajo realizado alrededor de las temáticas de Parlamento Abierto, un debate sobre buenas prácticas en el desarrollo de compromisos legislativos, y el lanzamiento del Toolkit para avanzar en la apertura.

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Development of legislative openness commitments can present a range of challenges that are more complex that developing commitments that primarily involve the executive branch. It involves not only co-creation of commitments with civil society and coordination with the executive branch, but it also requires consensus-building across political lines. Launched in 2013, the Open Government Partnership’s (OGP) Legislative Openness Working Group (LOWG) was created to assist parliaments in addressing some of these challenges. Co-chaired by the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and the Congress of Chile, LOWG uniquely creates an international community for Parliaments to share best practices that incorporate both civil society and openness reform. This panel will include a status update on the current state of Open Parliament efforts, a discussion on the best practices in developing legislative openness commitments, and a launch of the LOWG Toolkit for Advancing Legislative Openness.

Moderators
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Scott Hubli

Director of Governance Programs, National Democratic Institute
K. Scott Hubli currently serves as the director of governance programs at the National Democratic Institute (NDI), where he provides senior leadership for the Institute’s civic technology and democratic governance programs worldwide. Mr. Hubli has over 20 years of experience in... Read More →

Speakers
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Karina Banfi

Diputada Nacional por la Provincia de Buenos Aires ante el Honorable Congreso de la Nación Argentina, Honorable Congreso de la Nación Argentina
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Scott Brison

Presidente del Consejo de la Tesorería
Scott Brison, the Liberal Member of Parliament for Kings-Hants (Nova Scotia), has won election to Canada's House of Commons in seven general elections: June 1997, November 2000, June 2004, January 2006, October 2008, May 2011, and October 2015. Mr. Brison currently serves in... Read More →
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Hernán Larraín

Senator, Senate of Chile
Current senator, former President of the Senate of Chile, and chairman of the Independent Democratic Union political party. Senator Larraín was elected to the Senate representing District 11, the Maule Region, in 1994. He served a one-year term as President of the Senate from 2004-2005... Read More →
avatar for Irina Pruidze

Irina Pruidze

Member of Parliament & Chair of the Permanent Parliamentary Council on Open and Transparent Governance, Parliament of Georgia


Wednesday November 22, 2017 14:00 - 15:10
Auditorio 614 Sarmiento 151, C1041AAE CABA, Argentina

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