Partenariat pour un Gouvernement Ouvert

4ème sommet mondial de l’OGP 2016
7 au 9 décembre
Paris, France

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4ème sommet mondial de l’OGP 2016



En tant que co-présidente du Partenariat pour un gouvernement ouvert , la France accueille le 4ème sommet mondial de l’OGP à Paris du 7 au 9 décembre 2016.

Ce Partenariat allie aujourd’hui 70 Etats et des centaines d’organisations de la société civile qui agissent à travers le monde pour la transparence, la participation citoyenne et l’innovation démocratique.

3000 représentants venus de plus de 80 pays sont attendus lors de ce Sommet : Chefs d’Etat et de gouvernement, ministres, agents publics, parlementaires, élus locaux et collectivités territoriales, représentants de la société civile et de centaines d’organisations internationales, entreprises et innovateurs numériques, civic techs, développeurs, chercheurs, journalistes seront réunis en un même lieu afin de partager leurs visions, expériences et bonnes pratiques, et de faire ainsi progresser l’agenda du gouvernement ouvert à l’aune des grands défis de la planète.

Depuis le mois d’avril, le programme de ce Sommet est entièrement co-construit, afin que l’agenda reflète les priorités des participants : de nombreux ateliers de préparation ont eu lieu, et un appel à propositions a recueilli près de 700 contributions.

Transparence de la vie publique et économique, climat et développement durable, biens communs numériques et civic tech, accès à l’information, ouverture des parlements et des collectivités territoriales, francophonie, Europe… : plus de 300 conférences, ateliers et pitchs permettront d’annoncer de nouveaux engagements, de lancer des actions collectives et des coopérations internationales, de partager ressources et bonnes pratiques et de présenter des cas concrets de transformation et d’impact pour les citoyens.

Le gouvernement ouvert est un dynamique mondiale !

Nous invitons la communauté internationale du gouvernement ouvert à organiser, durant les mois qui précèdent et pendant le Sommet mondial, des événements qui préparent ce rendez-vous et à les faire connaître sur ce site.

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  Salle Pleyel
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Sous l’égide du Président de la République française, M. François Hollande, la cérémonie d’ouverture rassemblera des personnalités de la communauté du gouvernement ouvert : une trentaine de réformateurs, innovateurs, chercheurs, activistes, représentants de la société civile, Chefs d’Etat et de Gouvernement présenteront leur vision et, échangeront sur les enjeux du gouvernement ouvert.

Chaired by the President of the French Republic, Mr. François Hollande, the opening plenary will gather speakers from the open government community : keynote speakers, researchers, makers, activists, civil society representatives, Heads of State and Government will present their vision and discuss on the main stakes of open government.

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  Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
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The high-level panel session sponsored by the OGP co-chairs aims to promote the value of open government for advancing climate action at the national level. It will bring together senior ministers and civil society leaders engaged in climate action with those responsible for OGP implementation. It will consist of a moderated panel discussion involving a senior representative from the UNFCCC and ministers from France and Mexico as leading countries that have integrated NDC climate commitments into their National Action Plans (NAPs). As the WRI civil society co-chair, Manish Bapna will facilitate a moderated discussion around a set of questions that will be shared with participants in advance of the session. It will also draw on indicative commitments from the civil society Global Gathering on Open Government for Climate Action which will precede the Summit. Questions for the panel from participants will be drawn from the following:

  • Why have you adopted climate commitments in your National Action Plan?
  • What do you hope to achieve on national climate action through the OGP?
  • What lessons have you gained from adopting open climate commitments in your NAP to date?
  • What other types of commitments do you think would be innovative to further the implementation of the Paris Agreement e.g. on climate finance, energy choice etc. and how can we bring this to scale through OGP?
  • Are there other enabling factors (institutional, political, financial) that need to be in place in your country to ensure these commitments reach their potential?
  • How have you involved other non-state actors, including civil society and the private sector, in developing climate commitments?
  • What accountability mechanism apart from IRM reports do you expect to put in place nationally, to ensure these commitments are implemented and have transformative impact?

Confirmed speakers: Manish Bapna is Executive Vice President and Managing Director of the World Resources Institute in Washington, DC. He also serves as co-chair of the OGP. Laurence Monnoyer-Smith is Commissioner-General for Sustainable Development at the General Commission for Sustainable Development (CGDD) since 2015. Before joining CGDD, which promotes sustainable development in all public policies in France, Ms. Monnoyer-Smith held the position of Vice-President of the National Commission for Public Debate, where she had actively contributed to the development of representative and participatory democracy tools. Ms. Monnoyer-Smith is Professor of Media Studies and has directed the Costech Research Laboratory at the University of Technology of Compiègne. Richard Kinley joined the Climate Change secretariat in 1993 and has held a number of senior positions. He was appointed Deputy Executive Secretary in 2006. Mr. Kinley supports the Executive Secretary in managing the secretariat, including responsibility for ensuring the quality and overall coherence of secretariat support to the intergovernmental process and providing strategic and procedural support to the COP/CMP President and Bureau. Prior to joining the Climate Change secretariat, Mr. Kinley was an official in the Government of Canada, working in the areas of international environmental policy. Joel Salas Suárez was sworn in before the Mexican Senate as Commissioner of the autonomous Federal Institute for Access to Information and Data Protection (IFAI) on May 14, 2014 to a six-year period that expires in March 31, 2020. He is the Coordinator of the Open Government and Transparency Committee.
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10:15 - 11:05
Les avancées législatives pour un gouvernement ouvert en France à la lumière des expériences internationales
 Open data et open ressources - Table ronde

  Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
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Comparatif des initiatives législatives en faveur du Gouvernement Ouvert dans le monde, avec débat sur les avantages à attendre de l'open data en matière d'innovation publique, économique et sociale, et les obstacles à la mise en oeuvre. Invitation de panelistes étrangers et de praticiens de l'open data. Modération par journaliste spécialiste du sujet.

Axelle Lemaire, Secrétaire d'Etat au Numérique et à l'innovation (France) ; Ben Gummer, Cabinet office Minister (United Kingdom) ; Nigel Shadbolt, President of the Open Data Institute (United Kingdom) ; Megan Smith, CTO of the White House (USA) ; Jean-Marc Lazard, CEO of Open Data Sorft (France)
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11:15 - 12:05
Regard de la recherche sur le mouvement Open Gov : tendance, chimère ou vrai renouveau démocratique ?
 Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

  Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
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A ce titre, le concept même d’open gov pose question : Que recouvre-t-il aujourd’hui et d’un pays à l’autre ? S’agit-il d’une tendance, d’une chimère, ou du déclic tant attendu ? Ne risque-t-on pas un contre-effet et l’amplification de la crise de confiance politique, l’open gov pouvant aussi être perçu comme un outil d’instrumentalisation, de renforcement du pouvoir descendant ou comme un nouveau facteur d’exclusion des processus démocratiques ?

Des chercheurs français et internationaux réunis autour de Thierry Mandon, Secrétaire d’Etat chargé de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche, apporteront par leur éclairage des éléments de réponse à ces questions.

Thierry Mandon, Secrétaire d'Etat chargé de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche, Tim Davies (OpenDataCoop, UK), Anna Lochard (La 27e Région, FR), Clément Mabi (Université technologique de Compiègne, FR), Beth Noveck** (TheGovLab, US)
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12:15 - 13:05
Open Government Partnership: An agenda for the EU
 Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

  Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
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Against the backdrop of rising populism and a loss of trust in governing institutions across Europe, there is today a growing disconnect between EU citizens and Brussels. From the financial crisis and the unprecedented influx of refugees to the recent UK vote to leave the EU, the European project has been riven by crises over the past few years. Every one of these predicaments has the potential to become a flash point, undermining progress the EU has made over more than six decades. This is why it is essential European institutions reconnect with their citizens. The principles upon which the open government initiative is founded can serve to revitalize European democracy. Openness, civic participation and strong governance are the cornerstone of this initiative. France Stratégie’s roundtable will map out how the EU can promote the transparency of its institutions and empower and better engage its citizens in the democratic decision-making process.

Participants

  • Jean Claude Juncker, President, European Commission
  • Emily O'Reilly, European Ombudsman
  • Pascal Canfin, Country Director, WWF France
  • Jean Pisani-Ferry, Commissioner-General, France Stratégie – Moderator

  • Jean Claude Juncker, President, European Commission
  • Emily O'Reilly, European Ombudsman
  • Pascal Canfin, Country Director, WWF France
  • Jean Pisani-Ferry, Commissioner-General, France Stratégie – Moderator

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    13:15 - 14:05
    New evidence on the Impact of Open Government Reforms
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
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    This high-level panel on the impact of open government is based on a recent report by the world-renowned think tank Brookings Institution. Panelists will debate what is known about open government reforms and their return on investment in terms of budget savings, public services, and public participation. The discussion will also surface six conditions that give open government reforms the highest likelihood of success.

    The panel will be moderated by Ambassador Norman L. Eisen, Visiting Fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution

    Aruna Roy, prominent political and social activist and founder of MKSS | Mayor Pro Tem Kathie Tovo, Austin, Texas | Minister Scott Brison, President of the Treasury Board of Canada | Florencio Abad, former Secretary of Department of Budget Management, Philippines | Lord Francis Maude, former Minister of State for Trade and Investment & Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General, United Kingdom
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    14:15 - 15:05
    Pour une éducation ouverte et inclusive : opportunités numériques et enjeux de développement
     Numérique et développement - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
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    Le numérique présente un potentiel incontestable pour le secteur de l’éducation et de la formation, tant pour les élèves que pour les personnels éducatifs et les institutions. Il constitue une formidable opportunité pour l’accès à l’éducation dans les pays en développement, et contribuera d’une manière décisive au succès du nouvel Agenda du Développement durable adopté en septembre 2015 par les Etats membres des Nations Unies, et plus largement au développement durable des territoires du sud.

    En particulier, il permet à chacun d’accéder à une multitude de ressources et d’apprendre à son rythme, partout, y compris hors des lieux de formation traditionnels. Au-delà, il importe de favoriser la production de contenus par les élèves eux-mêmes.

    André Vallini, Secrétaire d’Etat auprès du ministre des Affaires étrangères et du Développement international, chargé du Développement et de la Francophonie; Vicki Birchfield, professeur associé à Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech; Johanna Niedzialkowski, directrice du développement international chez Simplon.co; Agnès Alfandari, Directrice du Numérique à l'Institut français; Bobby Demri (GOV)
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    15:15 - 16:05
    #PanamaPapers: the work behind the biggest leak on offshore secrecy
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
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    During this session organizers will showcase the experience of journalists who worked in the #PanamaPapers investigation, including how the project was put together and coordinated by International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and Süddeutsche Zeitung and the experiences at the country level. The revelations exposed like never before how the offshore economy works. Included in the more than 210,000 companies in 21 jurisdictions were those connected to such activities as the ongoing Syrian war and the looting of resources in Africa and to individuals that included billionaires, sports players and other celebrities. The result was a firestorm of media, political and grassroots reaction around the world.

    Panelists will include journalists from four continents who uncovered stories that had meaningful impact in countries such as Mexico, Japan and Spain, as well as one of the coordinators of the journalistic work in Africa. During the panel we will also discuss the role journalists have in speaking truth to power and we hope we can have a chance for panelists to share with the audience other examples of investigative journalism leading to a public claim for government accountability.

    We believe, as organizers, that the OGP community and investigative journalists share many of the same values, methodologies and objectives, but that there are few links between both communities. The participation of investigative journalists in Paris will serve as a welcome from the OGP community to a broader participation of the media sector.

    Moderator:

    Serge Michel (Le Monde, France)

    Serge Michel (Le Monde, France)
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    16:15 - 17:05
    Jeudigital International "Civic Tech"
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
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    Evénement pour partir à la découverte des initiatives les plus prometteuses à l'international dans les civic tech. Mise en visibilité et diffusion des meilleures pratiques.

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    Axelle Lemaire, Secrétaire d'Etat au Numérique et à l'Innovation (France) ; Rebecca Rumbul, Head of Research at mySociety (United Kingdom) ; Amira YAHYAOUI, Al Bawsala (Tunisie) ; Geoff Mulgan, D-CENT Project (United Kingdom) ; Justin Arenstein, Code for Africa (Africa) ; Cyril Lage, Cap Collectif (France) - A confirmer
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    17:15 - 18:05
    Launch of the OGP Toolbox hackathon
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
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    France will host the Open Government Partnership 2016 Global Summit that will take place in Paris on December 7, 8 and 9.

    As announced at the Global Summit launch event on April 20, a hackathon on civic tech and the concrete implementation of open government principles and national commitments will take place during the Global Summit. The goal of this hackathon is to come up with an open government toolbox for the OGP, governments and civil society.

    Open data portals, public consultation platforms, tools for monitoring and co-creating the law, discussion forums, civic tech solutions, online platforms to monitor the implementation of national action plans: these are examples of software and online services used by governments and civil society around the world, which could be referenced, shared and reused.

    This toolbox will be based on a catalogue, including examples of use cases and technical criteria to help choose among available solutions. It aims at facilitating the implementation of national commitments made by governments in their national action plans and encouraging cooperation, peer learning and resource sharing between OGP members.

    Until December, sprints and workshops will be organized for public officials, civil society representatives, companies, start-ups and members of the civic tech ecosystem to meet and work together on the toolbox. The toolbox will be presented at the end of the hackathon during the OGP 2016 Global Summit, on December 8 and 9.

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    18:15 - 19:05
    Open Gov Awards and Early Results of OGP Reforms
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
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    OGP Awards: The Open Government Awards are an annual competition honoring the best and brightest in the open government community. Each year, OGP celebrates reformers who bring about marked improvements in the design or implementation of public policies and services, and demonstrate real impact on citizens lives. This year, our theme is Making Transparency Count, with civil society partners as the primary applicants. We wanted civil society to demonstrate how they used government held data and information to improve civic participation in public life, create new services with social and commercial value, and make government functions more effective. Applications came from diverse regions: 15 from the Americas, 12 from Asia, 11 from Europe, and 4 applications from Africa. The 4 regional awardees will each speak about their winning initiatives.

    Results of Early OGP Commitments Since OGP was launched in 2011 nearly 70 governments have made over 2500 individual open government reform commitments. Many of the early commitments made by governments who presented action plans in 2011 and 2012 have now been implemented. In early 2016, OGP commissioned research on the results of select early OGP commitments in Costa Rica, Chile, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Macedonia, and Tanzania, to assess the progress made on the reforms and to evaluate whether citizens are starting to benefit from them. The stories of the following commitments will be told by the reformers and activists championing and driving these initiatives, drawing from the findings of the research and their own first-hand experience in adopting and implementing the reforms.

    > Costa Rica’s Consultations Mechanisms with Indigenous Populations:

    A fireside chat with senior political leaders from Costa Rica will highlight their efforts to implement the Indigenous Tribal People's Convention (a consultation mechanism between government and indigenous populations). 23 years in the making, OGP and its mechanism for collaboration between stakeholders has accelerated this process with the consultation mechanism currently being co-created with local populations in all 24 indigenous territories in Chile. Results of this have also manifested in empowering these groups to work with government institutions in improving access to public services.

    > Chile’s Lobby Law:

    This is the story of how a sustained campaign by civil society led to the adoption of the Lobby Law in Chile, a first in Latin America. The Law aims to reduce the influence of lobbying activities in Chile and democratize access of citizens to decision makers and is already beginning to show results.

    > Italy’s OpenCoesione Initiative and Spin-off Projects:

    OpenCoesione is an award-winning open data initiative that shines light on hundreds of thousands of ongoing projects financed by EU structural funds and targeted national resources. It has led to two spin-off projects - Monithon and ASOC - that take this further by empowering citizens, including school children, to monitor the use of the funds, report malpractice and collaborate with local authorities in making the projects work, accelerating their completion and helping them understand how allocations can better respond to local demand.

    Vice Minister Ana Gabriel Zúñiga Aponte, Costa Rica; Hazel Feigenblatt, Global Initiative for Fiscal Transparency and OGP IEP membe,; Israel Aragon, IRM Researcher for Costa Rica; Maria Jaraquemada, Espacio Publico Chile; Carlo Amati and Simona De Luca, Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Department for Cohesion Policy, Italy
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      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
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    In a context of complex socio- economic challenges faced by countries, open government has become a tool to achieve broader policy objectives, rather than being an end in itself. The OECD Report "Open Government: The Global Context and Way Forward" reveals that countries are increasingly acknowledging the role of open government reforms as catalysts for good governance and inclusive growth and that open government principles are at the core of the relationship between governments and their citizens, making it more dynamic, mutually beneficial and based on reciprocal trust. On the basis of the findings of the OECD Report, the roundtable will among other discuss the main implications for all stakeholders involved in open government reforms. Translating the suggested policy recommendations into feasible country-tailored reforms will be at the core of the discussion among high level policy makers, representatives from civil society and the European Ombudsman Office. According to evidence collected by the OECD, a single open government strategy which aligns the scattered initiatives constitutes the basis for this implementation process. Such mainstreaming of open government initiatives provides a way to improve social well-being, the quality of democracy and ensure inclusive growth and work towards more effective policies, better targeted services, and stronger accountability. Nevertheless, open government reforms should not be restricted to the Executive branch only. An increasing number of countries, including Costa Rica, are moving from the concept of open government to what the OECD has termed an "open state". Participants will discuss this shift, which consists of promoting a broader collaboration between all key actors of national open government agendas, including the legislative and the judiciary branches, independent institutions like the Ombudsman, and sub-national levels of government. While acknowledging each institution’s independence, the objective is to create synergies to improve the overall impact of their initiatives. In this context, the Roundtable will benefit from the participation of high-level representatives from France, Costa Rica, the Province of Biscay, Spain and the European Union's Ombudsman Office as well as the UK NGO "Involve" to discuss the findings of the Report on approaches to best leverage the voice of civil society throughout the discussion. Eventually, the session will assess the role of sub-national governments, which have for many years carried out the most iconic examples of open government practices. A high-level OECD official will moderate the session.

    Moderator: Mr. Rolf ALTER, Director for Public Governance and Territorial Development, OECD • Mr. Jean-Vincent Placé, Minister of State Reform and Simplification, French Republic • Ms. Ana Gabriel Zúñiga APONTE, Deputy Minister of the Presidency for Political Affairs and Citizen Dialogue Costa Rica • Ms. Emily O'Reilly, European Ombudsman • Mr. Simon BURALL, Director, Involve • Mr. Unai REMENTERIA, President, Provincial Council of Biscay, Spain
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    10:00 - 10:50
    Ministerial Roundtable - Leveraging OGP to Enact Meaningful Reform
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
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    OGP can be a useful platform for governments to introduce and scale reforms to make their governments more open and accountable to the citizens they serve. In this panel we'll hear from five lead OGP Ministers representing different governments that have each used the OGP platform work with civil society to deliver needed reforms in the public administration.

    There will not be any prepared speeches or interventions, but rather Ministers will be asked a series of questions by the moderator, who will encourage dialogue among the panelists. The objectives will be to:

    • Reflect on how each government has addressed challenges related to enactment of ambitious open government reform.
    • Discuss how governments have leveraged OGP to push for ambitious Open Government reform that contribute to build trust in governments.
    • Inspire participants to utilize the OGP platform to push for ambitious reforms that foster more transparency, accountability and political participation.

    The panel will be moderated by Zuzana Wienk, the Founder and Executive Director of Slovakia's Fair Play Alliance and a member of the OGP Steering Committee.

    Confirmed panelists include: Minister Andrés Horacio Ibarra, Minister of Modernization, Argentina; Minister Nicolás Eyzaguirre, Minister General of the Presidency, Chile; Minister Chistoforos Vernardakis, Alternate Minister for Administration Reform, Greece; Minister Hugo Martinez, Minister of Foreign Affairs, El Salvador; Minister Marianna Madia, Minister of Public Administration and Simplification, Italy
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    11:00 - 11:50
    Ministerial Roundtable - Building Trust in Government
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
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    Throughout the world, citizens are reporting less and less trust in their governments. 2016 has brought a new wave of anti-establishment politics and it is up to governments to respond with new ideas and reforms. In this panel, a diverse group of Ministers from five countries will discuss how the values of the Open Government Partnership can help governments build trust with their citizens through increased transparency, accountability and political participation.

    There will not be any prepared speeches or interventions, but rather Ministers will be asked a series of questions by the moderator, who will encourage dialogue among the panelists. The objectives will be to:

    • Reflect on what is necessary to build (or restore) trust in government. Ministers will discuss what is the role of government in that process and how can important partners in civil society, academia, journalism, the private sector and elsewhere contribute.
    • Share examples of how their government has used OGP to push for reforms that will contribute to higher trust in government.
    • Inspire participants to utilize the OGP platform to engage citizens in efforts to improve trust through increased transparency, accountability and political participation.

    The panel will be moderated by Suneeta Kaimal, the Chief Operating Officer at the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) and a member and former Co-Chair of the OGP Steering Committee.

    Commissioner Joel Salas Suarez, National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Personal Data Protection, Mexico; Minister Ardalan Shekarabi, Minister of Public Administration, Sweden; Minister Marta Tomovska, Minister of Information Society and Administration, Macedonia; Minister Abubakar Malami, Minister of Justice, Nigeria; Minister Ronald Plasterk, Minister of the Interior, The Netherlands; Minster Mehdi Ben Gharbia, Minister in Charge of Constitutional Authorities, Civil Society, and Human Rights, Tunisia
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    12:00 - 12:50
    Leading and learning together on open contracting
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
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    Agenda:

    Facilitated by Lindsey Marchessault, OCP

    Welcome & Ice Breaker Quiz (8 min): - Fun slide activity to illustrate how to understand the need for open data standards - Introduction of our speakers and of the C5 or ‘Open Contracting 5’ as a platform for international collaboration and learning

    Country presentations (30 minutes): - Each speaker will explain what they are achieving through open contracting in their country and what they are most excited to share or learn as part of the C5.

    Question, Answer & Discussion - 12 min

    Colombia: From publishing to creating using the data (Maria Margarita Zuleta, Directora General of Colombia Compra Eficiente) France: Implementation from the bottom-up (Romain Tales, Etalab-SGMAP, Prime minister services of French government) Mexico: Creating a national alliance for open contracting (Ania Calderon, Directora General of Datos Abiertos, Presidencia de la Republica) UK: OGP commitment implementation plan - launch of portal; S&L project Ukraine: A revolutionary approach to radical transparency (Max Nefyodov, Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade) Prospective implementation of concrete common actions for the C5, with audience feedback and Q+A (Moderation by OCP) - 15 minutes

    Maria Margarita Zuleta, Directora General of Colombia Compra Eficiente, Romain Tales, Data hunter at Etalab (Prime minister services of french government), Ania calderon, General director of open data policy for Mexican Government, Max Nefyodov, Deputy minister of economic development and trade
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    13:00 - 13:50
    The future of open government
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
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    The themes to be explored will depend in part of the speakers and what they bring. However, possible questions include:

    • What should the open government movement be thinking about? What changes to government might occur that we need to take account of now?
    • In a world of more opinion not less, how does open government meet the challenge of more people, with more opinions talking more often? How does it harness these new voices?
    • Is a ‘digital government’ different from a government with digital services?
    • How will data, access to it and how it is used shape how government functions and the expectations citizens have of it?
    • How will the civic technology community evolve to support new forms of government?

    The challenge of delivering a truly digital government rather than a government that ‘does’ digital is something that all countries will face and as models of government change and evolve globally. The open government movement will need to meet this challenge.

    Citizens will be able to give their views on the issues of the day and have more frictionless ways of ensuring government hears them. Policy making will involve significantly more service design, and service design will be making policy. Ideas and implementation will be become a continuum – policy makers will think in terms of code – ideas will be quickly translated into beta reality and tested.

    However, is this really a future that people will find attractive and desirable? Is this the future of open government? Is this likely to build trust between citizens and the State?

    After short presentations by the panelists, there will be discussion and questions from the audience.

    The Panel will comprise distinguished speakers giving short presentations with the following perspectives: political, technological, business and civil society.
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    14:00 - 14:50
    Agir ensemble
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
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    Table ronde animée par Yannick Blanc, ?Haut-commissaire à l'engagement civique, avec la présence de volontaires en service civique, de réservistes, de représentants du Mouvement associatif et de lauréats, finalistes et partenaires de La France s’engage.

    Déroulé : - Présentation des différents dispositifs représentés autour de la table - Témoignages des intervenants sur leurs expériences - Echanges avec le public

    Yannick Blanc, ?Haut-commissaire à l'engagement civique ; Aymeric Marmorat, Enactus ; Stéphanie Andrieux DG Benenova ; Yoann Kassi-Vivier, Pro Bono Lab ; Thibaud Renaudin, AFEV
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    15:00 - 15:50
    Fonction publique et déontologie
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    La table-ronde présidée par la ministre française de la fonction publique, Mme Annick Girardin, a pour objet de partager des principes, des expériences et des bonnes pratiques avec les homologues invités.

    Ces regards croisés pourraient être source de réflexion dans les modalités d’engagement de chaque pays envers la promotion des valeurs d’un gouvernement responsable.

    La France a en effet adopté le 20 avril dernier une loi de révision du régime déontologique applicable aux fonctionnaires et l’exemplarité des employeurs publics, dans la perspective de renforcer la relation de confiance entre les citoyens et les fonctionnaires.

    Après une brève présentation de cette étape, la table-ronde invitera les ministres homologues à partager les caractéristiques de leurs systèmes de façon illustrée, pour nourrir l’échange avec les participants en point d’orgue de cette rencontre.

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    16:00 - 16:50
    Innovations in Open Budget Practices in Francophone Countries
     Focus régionaux et francophonie - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    The panel discussion and will include three Ministers of Finance from such countries as Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote d'Ivoire, Senegal, and Tunisia, as well as the Paris municipality. Panelists will share innovations in open budgeting practices from their countries, including transparency reforms and participatory budgeting, and the results that they are achieving from greater openness. They will also discuss opportunities to further advance transparency and accountability reforms, perhaps in the form of commitments made to the Open Government Partnership. With the sharing of innovations and learning in the Francophone Africa region and France, the discussion will showcase how innovation can occur in diverse contexts around the world.

    The fifty minute-long session will include four senior speakers from a range of countries who are championing innovations in accountable and well-functioning budget systems. The interactive roundtable discussion will involve an experienced moderator who will focus the discussions on the following key questions:

    1. Describe some of the innovations in open budget practices in your countries and the results achieved from the application of these practices?

    2. What are the drivers of improvements in budget openness in your countries?

    3. What are your planned next steps to further improve budget openness? What are your needs for peer review or technical support to achieve them and which are the priorities?

    During the discussion, the moderator will also invite questions and comments from other participants in the audience, synthesize the discussion, and conclude with insights on how countries can be part of the OGP and make commitments in their national action plans to strengthen their fiscal governance systems so that they achieve improved development outcomes. The moderator will also invite questions and comments from other participants in the roundtable, synthesize the discussion, and conclude with insights on how countries can be part of the OGP and make commitments in their national action plans to strengthen their fiscal governance systems so that they achieve improved development outcomes.

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    17:00 - 17:50
    OPAL Project: the use of private data for development
     Numérique et développement - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    How to make the data revolution happen ? How to support private sector in sharing data for social good ? How to build the necessary capacity within official statistics offices to leverage big data? Which infrastructure, what business model ? Sharing information without endangering privacy: How to break the privacy versus utility trade off ?

    Dr. Mauricio Perfetti – Dir. DANE (Official Statistics – Colombia); Aboubacar Bèye – Dir. ANSD (Official Statistics –Sénégal); Dr. Yves-Alexandre DE MONTJOYE, Researcher, Imperial College London; Richard Benjamins – Telefonica - Director External Positioning & Big Data for Social Good; Coumba SANGARE – Sonatel - Corporate Communication & CSR Manager; Jérémie Pellet - Deputy CEO Agence Française de Développement; Dr. Claire Melamed, Executive Director Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data. Moderator- Dr. Emmanuel Letouzé – Dir Data-Pop Alliance
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    18:00 - 18:50
    Youth and Social Movements in OGP
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    We believe, as organizers, that the OGP community and these social movements share many of the same values and objectives, however, there are few links between both. National consultation processes are an ideal mechanism to bring the demands from the streets to actual commitments that can result in the changes people need. The participation of these young leaders in Paris will serve as a welcome from the OGP community to these voices that represent wider sectors.

    Speakers:

    • Nadia Babynska, Opora, Ukraine
    • Andres Snitokfsy, Cargografias, Argentina
    • Nikhiel Sbu Deeplal, Lawyers for Human Rights of South Africa, former National Chairperson of Students for Law and Social Justice in South Africa.
    • Serge Bambara, Balais Citoyen, Burkina Faso.

    The panel will be moderated by Pablo Collada, from Ciudadano Inteligente in Chile. The session will be run as a conversation about the relationship between informal and formal means of citizen participation, the diversity of spaces for citizens dialogue with authorities and the speakers' particular experiences in their countries. In addition, it will explore ideas on how should OGP incorporate other forms of participation in their own conversations and plans.

    Nadia Babynska from Opora, Ukraine. Andres Snitokfsy, Cargografias, Argentina. Nikhiel Sbu Deeplal, Lawyers for Human Rights of South Africa. - Serge Bambara, Balais Citoyen, Burkina Faso.
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      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    This roundtable features OGP participants from the subnational Pioneer program, with context from national program and OGP colleagues. Each will share a 10-minute description of the community in which they are nurturing their respective co-commitments and challenges, as we discuss the co-commitment process and unexpected lessons learned from the synergy that is sub-national/national cooperation. Interactive portion will allow small group discussion. Questions from the audience.

    David Alvarez, Jalisco, Mexico; Ania Calderon, Mexico; Doreen Grove, Scotland; Vladimer Khasia, Tbilisi, Georgia; Kerry O’Connor, Austin, United States; Clémence Pène, Paris, France; Kitty Von Bertele. Facilitators: Zack Brisson, ReBoot; Sabine Romero, City of Austin
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    10:00 - 10:50
    Academic days on Open Government Issues - Restitution workshop
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    Restitution Workshop of the "Academic days on Open Government Issues" organized by Imodev and the University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne on December 5 & 6, 2016 (www.academicdays.imodev.org). This international conference will gather researchers and academics from all over the words working on open governments issues. Round table in English

    William GILLES & Irène BOUHADANA (Moderators) - Ranjit SINGH - Jean-Jacques KUDELA - Quentin SGARD - Caio MACHADO
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    11:00 - 11:50
    Extractives data: how the world has changed, and what lies ahead
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    At this multi-stakeholder event, we will analyse the huge steps made towards transparency in the extractive sector over the past few years, and the challenges ahead. What data is available now that wasn’t before, and what more is needed?

    The panel will be chaired by a PWYP International representative. It will begin with a ‘stock-take’ of the changes to the legislative landscape in the past few years - from the EU Accounting and Transparency Directives to the spread of countries participating in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) - and will assess the different types of data which are now available as a result. Representatives of two Governments - one from the global south, the other from the global north - will explain the relevance of transparent extractives data to them, and what they have been doing to ensure that these data are used.

    We will then hear from two of PWYP’s Data Extractors and a company representative, who will report back from the earlier ‘Can extractive companies hack it?’ workshop - a live opportunity to demonstrate how data can be used. The Data Extractors will also elaborate on their projects to use data in their national contexts, and the company representative will explain the benefits to business of a transparent sector.

    The second half of our event will focus on what more still needs to be done to gain a clear picture of extractive companies’ activities. As well as the fact that many large markets around the world, including the BRICS countries, still do not have mandatory disclosure laws, a number of improvements could be made to existing disclosures. Currently, only a few countries require companies to publish in open, machine-readable formats, and central access points are rare, meaning users often have to dig deep on a company’s website to find the report they are looking for. This panel will look to find some agreement on what changes are needed to make extractives data as useful as possible, to as many people as possible!

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    12:00 - 12:50
    Making Public Services Responsive and Accountable to Citizens
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    The first half of the session will take the form of an informal ("fireside chat”) discussion. Panelists will be asked to reflect on what they see as the importance of making public service commitments.

    In the second half of the session, attendees will be asked what public service commitments they think governments should make through National Action Plans. Ideas will be discussed with the panellists.

    Rakesh Rajani, Ford Foundation (Chair); Aruna Roy, MKSS; Fernando Straface, Secretary-General and Foreign Affairs, Buenos Aires City; Jamie Drummond, Executive Director and Global Strategy, ONE; Marta Arsovska-Tomovska, Minister of Information Society and Administration, Macedonia; Sanjay Pradhan, CEO, Open Government Partnership
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    13:00 - 13:50
    Open Data Charter: Empowering people to open governments
     Open data et open ressources - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    Format: Panel, 5 min interventions from representatives.

    There is growing evidence that the ODC is increasingly becoming a useful resource to promote high level commitments and serve as a guiding framework for strengthening the development of open data policies in support of Open Government agendas, including National Action Plans, worldwide.

    Furthermore, it has also served as a forum to promote open government principles across sectors through the creation of concrete impact in priority global agendas such as anti corruption, agriculture and climate change.

    The high level roundtable will be composed of data users from of Governments, Civil Society and Private Sector, that will each present the real life impact of the Open Data Charter, by showcasing how the Principles translate to Practice, and what Open Governments look like in action.

    Participants and outline of the Roundtable:

    Open Data Charter Coordinator, Moderator

    1) Introductory video - A year in the life of the Open Data Charter and new adopters

    2) High level representative, Government of France | Open Data by Default

    3) Centre for Internet & Society | Timely and comprehensive Open Data

    4) Web Foundation | Accessible and usable Open Data

    5) Omidyar |Impact through Comparability and Interoperability of Open Data

    6) High level representative, Government of Mexico, the political host of the ODC | Open Data for Improved Governance and Citizen Engagement

    7) ODI| Open Data for Inclusive Development and Innovation

    8) High Level representative from adopting Governments | What the Charter can do for you?

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    14:00 - 14:50
    Civil society mobilization in OGP: opportunities and challenges (Part 2/2: Plenary Session)
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    Civil society is at the heart of the Open Government Partnership. After five years of practice, how do we see the future of our mobilization?

    This conference will present the conclusions of the workshop held during the CSO Day.

    • Panelists: Four CSO representatives who contributed to the workshop (possibly one from the OGP Steering Committee and/or one from the OGP Summit Program Committee)

    • Moderation: Lancelot Pecquet, coordinator of République citoyenne and Paul Maassen, Director for Civil Society Engagement, OGP Support Unit

    Panel of four CSO representatives. Moderation by Lancelot PECQUET (République citoyenne) and Paul MAASSEN (OGP Suport Unit)
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    15:00 - 15:50
    High tech, low tech – or no tech? Making the OGP work for everyone
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    Outline

    Since the OGP began, member governments have tended to focus their OGP activities on the international and cross- and intra-governmental levels.

    In many cases national civil society actors haven’t been as engaged as much they should be, or in as broad-based a way as is desirable. The main civil society players have been the urban, capital-city-based, policy elite, ‘usual suspect’ Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), which don’t represent a cross-section of national society, particularly not those parts of the population which most need the benefits of more open, accountable and responsive governments.

    Among the ‘not-the-usual’ CSO suspects, there is ambivalence and limited awareness as to whether the OGP matters, and if so how to engage effectively with it in-country.

    Making All Voices Count (MAVC), a joint initiative of Hivos, Ushahidi and the Institute for Development Studies is an international initiative that aims to harnesses the power of innovation and new technologies to support effective, accountable governance, and to build an evidence base on what works, and what doesn't in this sector.

    Making All Voices Count’s most significant engagement with OGP is its cohort of MAVC OGP projects - six projects in five countries, supporting civil society actors to open OGP processes up domestically to citizens and their representatives. We have built into these a strong focus on civil society advocates’ learning and adaptive management skills. Our aims are, firstly, to enhance the effectiveness of those 6 OGP-focused projects, which are unfolding over a short time-frame in a fluid, socio-politically complex environment; and secondly, to build sustained capacity in national civil society to engage governments on the content and process of National Action Plans (NAPs), including the implementation of specific NAP commitments and the subnational development of OGP Action Plans and NAP commitment delivery. This session will present our aims and initial insights from these learning-rich processes and to lead into discussion on the potential for broadening civil society engagement with OGP.

    Speakers:

    Fletcher Tembo, Programme Director, Making All Voices Count

    Rosie McGee, Research, Evidence and Learning Coordinator, Making All Voices Count/Institute of Development Studies

    Oluwatoyin Badejogbin, Democratic Governance and Rights Unit, University of Cape Town, South Africa

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    16:00 - 16:50
    Access to Justice: Making Progress Together
     Libertés fondamentales et droits de l'homme - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    With the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals and the call for the creation of indicators, including at the national and regional levels, efforts across the globe are underway by countries and civil society organizations to identify ways to measure and track access to justice as laid out in Target 16.3. The panelists will provide flash presentations on their efforts to support measurement of justice and how it fits into OGP's mandate. In particular, they will discuss the value of a new proposed OGP commitment on the topic, which states:

    We will accelerate implementation of Goal 16 through sharing best practices on data collection and measurement on access to justice that can ultimately strengthen the justice sector and lay the foundation for wider collaboration on the use of open government to support the rule of law and access to justice going forward. This responds to the call to “Ensure equal access to justice for all,” in Goal 16 of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which requires access to reliable data and the ability to measure the impact of justice interventions by governments and civil society on various populations over time as well as OGP’s Joint Declaration on Open Government for the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

    Moderator: Maha Jweied, Deputy Director, Office for Access to Justice, Department of Justice - United States Panelists: Stacey Cram, Policy Director, Namati Alejandro Ponce, Chief Research Officer, World Justice Project Julien Moriceau, Research Coordinator, Avocats san Frontieres Renzo Lavin, Co-director of the Civil Association for Equality and Justice of Argentina Jennifer Smith, Executive Director, The International Legal Foundation TBC, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development TBC, Argentina TBC, Colombia

    Stacey Cram, Policy Director, Namati; Alejandro Ponce, Chief Research Officer, World Justice Project; Julien Moriceau, Research Coordinator, Avocats san Frontieres; Renzo Lavin, Co-director of the Civil Association for Equality and Justice of Argentina; Jennifer Smith, Executive Director, The International Legal Foundation; TBC, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development; TBC, Argentina; TBC, Colombia
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    17:00 - 17:50
    Utiliser les données ouvertes sur le développement pour suivre le financement et la mise en oeuvre des ODD
     Climat et développement durable - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Français

    Participants:

    • Aboubacar Sédikh Beye, Directeur General, Agence Nationale de Statistiques, Senegal
    • Cyrille Belier, Directeur Adjoint, Division Strategie, Partenariats et Communication, AFD
    • Jean-Louis Sarbib, PDG Development Gateway
    • Nnenna Nwakanma, The World Wide Web Foundation
    • Michael Siegel, Oxfam France
    • Elise Dufief, Research and Monitoring Manager, Publish What You Fund (moderator)

    Cette session est organisée avec divers partenaires sous forme de table ronde. Elle comprend 5-6 panelistes, représentant notamment le gouvernement et la société civile afin de partager des outils, des bonnes pratiques ainsi que des leçons tirées d’expériences passées sur l’usage des données ouvertes pour le suivi des ODD. Ces présentations seront suivies d’une discussion avec un modérateur. La liste des représentants comporte : un bailleur de fonds/agence de mise en œuvre du développement (AFD), un représentant gouvernemental d’un pays partenaire (Sénégal), des représentants de la société civile (WWF et Oxfam), une organisation fournissant des outils technologiques (Development Gateway). Nous nous engageons également à respecter l’équilibre des genres au sein du panel. L’objectif de cette session est d’entamer une discussion libre entre les participants avant d’ouvrir le débat avec le public présent dans la salle et sur Twitter. Nous inviterons des participants de la société civile, des membres du Partenariat pour un Gouvernement Ouvert, des organisations internationales, des organisations de la société civile ainsi que le secteur privé. Une fois la session terminée, nous transmettrons les recommandations à la communauté PGO ainsi que lors d’autres forums internationaux.

    Cette session est organisée avec divers partenaires sous forme de table ronde. Elle comprend 5-6 panelistes, représentant notamment le gouvernement et la société civile afin de partager des outils, des bonnes pratiques ainsi que des leçons tirées d’expériences passées sur l’usage des données ouvertes pour le suivi des ODD. Ces présentations seront suivies d’une discussion avec un modérateur. La liste des représentants comporte : un bailleur de fonds/agence de mise en œuvre du développement (AFD), un représentant gouvernemental d’un pays partenaire (Sénégal), des représentants de la société civile (WWF et Oxfam), une organisation fournissant des outils technologiques (Development Gateway). Nous nous engageons également à respecter l’équilibre des genres au sein du panel. L’objectif de cette session est d’entamer une discussion libre entre les participants avant d’ouvrir le débat avec le public présent dans la salle et sur Twitter. Nous inviterons des participants de la société civile, des membres du Partenariat pour un Gouvernement Ouvert, des organisations internationales, des organisations de la société civile ainsi que le secteur privé. Une fois la session terminée, nous transmettrons les recommandations à la communauté PGO ainsi que lors d’autres forums internationaux.
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    18:00 - 18:50
    “Fork & Merge” – Collaboration in Civic Tech
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    Examples

    In Taiwan, the g0v civic tech community has started a few dozens of projects and collaborated with the government since 2012. The open budget visualization project developed by the community was forked and reused by Taipei City Government for its budget disclosures; vTaiwan, a digital policy deliberation platform built by the community, was proposed by government officials at one of the g0v hackathons, and has helped the government toward making regulations regarding Uber, Airbnb, data privacy, and so on.

    In Germany, the local Open Knowledge Foundation (OKF DE) has been working closely with government institutions as well as communities. Together with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research OKF DE is setting up a 1.2M € Civic Tech Fund to foster the development of projects around the topics open data, civic tech and data security. In the project school of data, OKF DE is working on data trainings for the public administration and in the project Code for Germany 25 groups all over the country are reusing data and helping local governments to become more open.

    In Durban, Open Data Durban (ODD) has spent the last year collaborating with the city government on the formulation of the city’s open data policy and pilot projects to demostrate opening city data and for civic technology in action, such as water management for all government and non-government stakeholders. ODD has partnered with Code for South Africa in implementing OpenByLaws in Durban (eThekwini), and follow-on processes around opening law and legislation. ODD has also conducted data literacy training sessions with municipal staff members and senior managers, as well as “call-a-data-geek” ad hoc assistance for municipal units.

    Key questions

    • What forms of collaboration are taking root between civic technology communities and governments? What works, what doesn’t?
      • Stories of success/failure
      • How to handle conflicting incentives and goals between stakeholders
    • What are the difficulties of collaboration among different parties? How to overcome them? What might be compromised in each example?
      • How to handle delays and breakdowns in project processes
      • How to navigate complex and bureaucratic processes to allow projects to have impact and be applicable to users (citizens)
    • How can civic tech take an active role in collaboration?
    • How to measure the impact of collaboration?

    Structure

    The session will be chaired by Julia Kloiber and Chia-liang Kao. We aim for this session to be as interactive as possible. Each of the panelists will give a 7 min. input and discuss one project and a key question/key learning. After the inputs we will open the discussion and take question from the audience. We will ask the audience to share some of their learnings and discuss the key questions together.

    Panelists

    • Chia-liang Kao (g0v)
    • Julia Kloiber (OKF DE)
    • Richard Gevers (Open Data Durban)
    • Paulina Bustos Arellano (Cívica Digital)
    • Audrey Tang (g0v, vTaiwan)

    Image Credit

    Stefan Baack: The follower network for civic tech communities

    Stefan Baack: The follower network for civic tech communities
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    19:00 - 19:50
    How public action gets digital
     Innovation publique - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    In many States, the way in which digital public services are created and distributed is shifting towards openness: source code, APIs, data and even decisions and committees are opened. How do these different initiatives unroll in their own specific contexts? What are the similarities and the differences in practices, in organisational shapes and in constraints that these changes bring? Which seem necessary and which don't? What limits have been encountered on the road towards more openness? How have they been overcome?

    This roundtable will bring together makers from all around the world, in an open conversation on the shapes that the delivery of digital public services takes.

    Matti Schneider (beta.gouv.fr), James Stewart (GDS)
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      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Navigating the reconstruction, reconciliation and stabilization challenges in countries undergoing peace and state building processes and addressing weak institutional capacities is a complex task. It is precisely in such contexts that open government reforms and OGP can be useful for building trust between the state and its citizens and making governments more inclusive and responsive to its citizens. However, the entrenched drivers of institutional weakness or conflict make meaningful implementation of open government reforms or forging partnerships across divided groups a challenging task. Reformers in such contexts also have the added responsibility of ensuring that their work does not inadvertently put communities at risk or exacerbate problems of exclusion. This session will bring together government, civil society and other practitioners working on open government in such contexts to share their experiences, successes and lessons learned and explore how OGP can be a useful platform for change, and ways in which it will need to adapt to promote and sustain government and civil society collaboration in delivering transformative change for citizens.

    Andrew Tehmeh, Deputy Minister for Administration, Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism, Liberia; Mangala Samaraweera, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sri Lanka; Asoka Obeyesekere, Executive Director, Transparency International Sri Lanka; Yama Yari, Director General of National Procurement Authority (NPA) - ?Administrative Office of the President, Afghanistan (TBC); Blair Glencorse, Founder, Accountability Lab; Pranav Budhathoki, Founder and Chief Executive, Local Interventions Group, Nepal; Gabriela Ayerdi, Project Coordinator, Anti-Corruption, Accion Cuidadana TI, Guatemala; Jonathan Hargreaves, Head, Governance, Open Societies and Anti-corruption Department, Policy Division, DFID; Tom Wheeler, Conflict and Security Advisor, SaferWorld; Nada Zohdy, OpenGov Hub Manager, Global Integrity; Tariq Bajwa, EAD, Ministry of Finance, Pakistan. Moderated by Warren Krafchik, Executive Director, International Budget Partnership
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    10:15 - 11:05
    Open Government Champions in the Pursuance of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    The Open Government principles and its implementation have been widely accepted to be fundamental for countries aiming for the Sustainable Development Goals. By participating in the Open Government Partnership, countries are expected to have a head start on achieving such goals. Participating countries could leverage the public declaration on ambition, supports received through peer learning and public participation during the implementation and the robust accountability mechanism as tools to underpin endeavor in achieving the SDGs.

    With the new goals and targets of SDGs came into effect on 1 January 2016 it would be fruitful for participating countries which have been actively employing OGP to support the SDGs to share how they align the Open Government commitments to support the development agendas.

    This panel discussion seeks to explore how open government champions and reformers around the world perceive the rule of law, principles of transparency and open government, and citizen participation as important tools for effectively implementing the 2030 Agenda.

    It aims to shed light, through experience, on drivers and barriers on positioning OGP to underpin the development goals given the various contexts of OGP participating countries. Such discussion would be a valuable learning for countries and their related stakeholders in formulating strategies and plans to meet the SDGs.

    The discussion invites panelists who have been key champions in governments, civil society organizations and/or multilateral institutions in promoting the role of good and open governance in meeting development agendas. The attendance of panelist representing subnational level is also expected, given local government being the forefront of development goals and public service delivery. Panelist are expected to represent the view of ministerial or head-of-institution level.

    By attending the discussion, participants are expected not only to broaden the perspective on how OGP principles support the 2030 development agenda, but also to have more solid ideas on positioning the OGP commitments as an effective tool for the government and its stakeholders to achieve the SDGs.

    Tea Tsulukiani, Minisfter of Justice, Government of Georgia; Bambang Brodjonegoro, Minister of Planning, Government of Indonesia; Suyoto, Regent of Bojonegoro, Government of Indonesia; Arely Gomez, Minister of Public Administration, Government of Mexico; Manish Bapna, Managing Director, World Resources Institute; Tomas Severino, Director, Cultura Ecologica Mexico; Jairo Acuna – Alfaro, Policy Advisor, Responsive and Accountable Institutions Team, UNDP
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    11:15 - 12:05
    Co-constuire les lois : un défi immense à la portée de tous ?
     Parlement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Axelle Lemaire, Secrétaire d'Etat au Numérique, à l'initiative de la consultation République Numérique (accord confirmé) Patrick Kanner, Ministre de la Ville, de la Jeunesse et des Sports, à l'initiative de la consultation Egalité Citoyenneté (accord confirmé) Patrice Martin-Lalande, député, auteur de la Proposition de loi visant à généraliser les consultations en ligne (accord confirmé) Joel Labbé, sénateur, auteur de la consultation en ligne sur le projet de loi biodiversité et de la consultation en ligne sur l'interdiction des pesticides néonicotinoides (accord confirmé) D'autres parlementaires ou ministres seront peut être associés selon l'actualité et leur volonté de s'investir sur ce sujet. Un équilibre politique sera recherché. Le débat sera animé par Cyril Lage, co-fondateur de Parlement & Citoyens et Cap Collectif.

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    12:15 - 13:05
    OGD updates from around the world
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    This is the definitely the most fun and interactive session at the OGP summit! The session is dedicated to practitioners from all levels (government champions, policy makers, change agents, implementers, civil society and media organisations, infomediaries and civic hackers) to share first hand experiences and to learn from and engage with each other. It is basically a carousel of current OGD initiatives from around the world.

    This session will provide a forum for up to 60 trailblazing practitioners from around the world to provide a short and snappy 2 min presentation with no more than one single slide, sharing a recent experience from an Open Data initiative from their country. The focus is on lessons learned from cases of success and failure over the last year. The session is also a great opportunity to network and exchange, learn from peers and engage in new partnerships.

    The session has also shown to be of great interest and importance to open up a space for up to 60 practitioners to get their 2 minutes of fame on stage, that would otherwise not have it made it into the main conference programme.

    Sign up as a speaker for the definitely most fun and interactive session at the OGP summit in Paris! In order to confirm your participation as a speaker in this session we kindly ask you to fill in your details to this doc as soon as possible. Space for speakers is limited!

    Up to 60 campions from governments and pioneers from civil society
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    13:15 - 14:05
    Leveraging the Citizen Open Mapping Movement
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Open or crowdsourced mapping describes how millions of people are using collaborative, wiki-like tools to contribute to maps of the world. Open mapping projects bring together citizens, governments, the private sector, humanitarian organizations and students to create shared layers of useful geographic data. These data are used for a variety of objectives, including disaster preparedness and response, improved addressing systems, strengthened public health systems, and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.

    Recently, the White House hosted its second Mapathon celebrating citizen involvement in open mapping projects across the U.S. Government. Five U.S. Government agencies made strong commitments to increase their creation and use of open geographic data in the US' Third National Action Plan. We will feature examples from France, Mexico, Tanzania, and more in order to energize additional OGP countries to explore and implement creative strategies for engaging citizens in open mapping work that addresses their country’s complex challenges.

    This panel will be moderated by Heather Leson, who manages Data Literacy for the International Federation of the Red Cross Red Cresent and is a Board Member for Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team. Christian Quest of France’s Etalab, President, OpenStreetMap France; Miriam Gonzalez, Community Engagement OpenStreetMap Mexico and LatAm; Davida Wood Senior Associate, Energy Program and Governance Center World Resources Institute, and Christina Franken, Lead of the Mapbox Cities mentorship program will present their work. We engage citizen mappers to create and use open geographic data such as Canada, France, Mexico and USA as well as larger global communities who map in Nepal, Indonesia and Tanzania.

    Heather will prompt panel speakers to engage in discussions around current and emerging uses of open geographic data in government and institutions; spaces for collaboration between citizen mappers, open data communities and government; and strategies for creating, collecting and using open mapping toward the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Some examples about Missing Maps, an initiative of the American Red Cross, Medicine Sans Frontiers, Netherlands Red Cross, British Red Cross, Cartong and Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team will also be shared.

    (This proposal was prepared by Courtney Clark originally. We thank her for her contribution.)

    Heather Leson (Chair), Christian Quest, Davida Wood, Christina Franken, Miriam Gonzalez
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    14:15 - 15:05
    Financing for coordination and implementation of OGP at national level
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Organisors: Open Democracy Advice Centre

    The session will be conducted in a conversational chat-show format, with the panelists offering 5 minute opening remarks each and then it will be open to the participants to engage directly with panel through a moderator.

    Moderator: Mukelani Dimba

    Potential speakers for this discussion will be drawn from reformers in government and civil society from Kenya, Nigeria, Mexico, Sri Lanka and Ghana. Speakers will also be drawn from developing partners such as USAID, DFID and the World Bank.

    This session will explore challenges and opportunities that governments and civil society organisations experience in financing and coordinating implementation of OGP commitments and will engage development partners on how to provide for implementation of OGP activities in developing countries.

    The following aspects will be covered in the discussion:

    1. Each country's experience on planning for coordination of implementation of the OGP

    2. The importance of budget planning for coordination of implementation of OGP

    3. The role of international development partners in supporting effective coordination of national OGP efforts in developing countries.

    4. How are budgets for coordination and implementation secured and managed? How the OGP effort is budgeted for? How do you win senior level support to be able to secure specific budget allocations for OGP coordination and implementation within government.

    Ms. Tea Tsulukiani (Minister of Justice, Georgia), Mrs Juliet Ibekaku (Special Adviser to the President on Justice Reform, Nigeria) , Mr. Luis Esquival (Chief of Staff - Political Reform and Legislative Affairs, City of Buenos Aires), Mr. Aidan Eyakuze (Twaweza, Tanzania), Mr. Philip Thigo (Senior Advisor - Data and Innovation, Office Of The Deputy President, Kenya)
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    15:15 - 16:05
    Beyond the Buzzwords: Donors, Civil Society and the Future of All That's Open
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    The success of OGP is driven by the energy, ideas and collective actions of governments and civil society around the world. Funders too have played an important supporting role in opening governments, yet their motivations, thinking and future directions have not always been predictable or well understood by the public. This session offers an opportunity to clarify and question donor approaches, including exploring any differences between public and private financing practices. More importantly, the emphasis will be forward looking - what are the trends, the big risks and opportunities? In that context, participants will consider how best to ensure that future funding aligns to help address the most important needs of the open government movement.

    The donor panel will consist of representatives from Agence Francaise de Développement (AFD), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the World Bank, and a member of either the Omidyar Network or the Ford Foundation for a private donor perspective. Two discussants from civil society organizations, one global and one local, will reflect on initial donor remarks and transition the conversation from an outlining of donor perspectives and priorities to a candid discussion of how donors can best support national actors to reinforce the positive impact of open government efforts. In the spirit of encouraging plain talk and demystifying practices, attendees will also have the chance to play "buzzword bingo"!

    Debbie Wetzel, Senior Director, Governance, World Bank; Melissa Brown, Director, Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation, USAID; Luc Le Cabellec, Deputy in Charge, Département des Appuis Transversaux; Alfonsina Penaloza, Program Officer, Hewlett Foundation; Aidan Eyakuze, Executive Director, Twaweza; Elena Panfilova, Chair of Transparency International; Moderator: Michael Jarvis, Executive Director, Transparency and Accountability Initiative
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    16:15 - 17:05
    Multistakeholder Forum Workshop: Fostering a Partnership to Advance Participation, Innovation and Accountability in OGP
     Innovation publique - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    By the end of this session participants will have: (1) Identified how Multistakeholder Forums can help build a true partnership and foster innovation in Action Plan Commitments. (2) Become acquainted with country-cases where t Multi-Stakeholder Forums have been successfully implemented. (3) Acquired guidance on good practices related to consultation during implementation and Multi-Stakeholder Forums. (4) Identified concrete ideas or action-items related to the content of the session that could be implemented in participants’ national OGP process. Session Chairs: Ernesto Velasco (IEP Member) and Emilene Martínez (OGP Support Unit). Break-out Group Facilitators: Virginia Pardo (Government of Uruguay) and Daniel Carranza (DATA Uruguay), 2 additional break-out facilitators pending confirmation.

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    17:15 - 18:05
    Uk-French Data Taskforce: How governments can work together to unlock the potential of the data sector.
     Innovation publique - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Panel Participants: Henri Verdier, Sir Nigel Shadbolt, a member from the Open Data Institute, a member from French Tech (TBC). Facilitator: a member from the ODI

    The session will be opened by the facilitator who will provide context and background around the environment that the report was written in, following this Panel members will be invited to provide thoughts on the following:

    • Rationale behind the recommendations
    • What steps have been taken within France and the UK to implement the recommendations
    • How the political environments in the UK and France (post EU referendum, particularly) have changed since the report has been written, and impact that may have
    • How can the recommendations be implemented across other countries
    • What does the digital economy of the future look like

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    18:15 - 19:05
    Press Freedom for Open Government
     Libertés fondamentales et droits de l'homme - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Journalists around the world are being killed and imprisoned in record numbers. Censorship is on the rise. Propaganda and fake news are distorting public debate.

    Journalists play a crucial role in holding governments accountable, ensuring transparency, and promoting public debate. In fact, without an independent and critical media, open government doesn’t exist.

    Yet even as more and more government information is made available, journalists who utilize the data to expose corruption, challenge authority, or demand greater accountability face increasing risk, including violent attack and imprisonment. Journalists who operate informally through blogs or social media are even more vulnerable to repression and persecution since they lack institutional support. Meanwhile, information technologies that have transformed journalism and helped spawn the open government movement, are increasingly monitored, controlled, and manipulated to generate information that misleads rather than informs public debate.

    A growing body of research by academic and multilateral institutions (including UNESCO, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), and the World Bank) view free, independent, and diverse media as the bedrock upon which vital development outcomes (poverty eradication, economic growth, transparency, gender equality, strong institutions) and a vibrant civil society are built. The newly adopted UN Sustainable Development Goals explicitly call for ensuring public access to information and protecting fundamental freedoms, recognizing the link between good governance and freedom of expression.

    This panel will explore a variety of strategies and approaches that can be utilized within the OGP framework to support press freedom and free expression, including leveraging the SDGs; embracing free expression principles; and securing national level commitments to reduce impunity, eliminate restrictive laws, and create a more open and free online environment.

    Moderator: Sylvie Kauffmann, editorial director and columnist at Le Monde; contributing writer New York Times.

    Timothy Garton Ash. historian, journalist and author of Free Speech: Ten Principles for a Connected World. Christophe Deloire, Director General, Reporters Without Borders. Julie Owono, head of Africa Desk, Internet Without Borders. Joel Simon, Executive Director, Committee to Protect Journalists.
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      Palais d'Iéna - Room 1
    Langue : Anglais

    Speakers from the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Information Policy (OIP) and the Access to Information Working Group will guide an interactive discussion among the workshop participants. Participants will be presented with hypothetical scenarios requiring them to take on various roles as members of the public or government representatives to brainstorm effective engagement strategies. The speakers will draw from their experiences to share examples of and best practices for facilitating meaningful public engagement on access to information.

    OIP is responsible for encouraging agency compliance with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and for ensuring that the President’s FOIA Memorandum and the Department of Justice’s FOIA Guidelines are fully implemented across the government. OIP develops and issues policy guidance to all agencies on proper implementation of the FOIA and provides training and counseling to agency personnel on their responsibilities under the law. In addition to its policy functions, OIP oversees agency compliance with the FOIA, regularly assessing agency progress.

    OIP engages with individual requesters and civil society organizations in a variety of ways, such as through Requester Roundtables, hosting meetings with civil society to obtain their input on new initiatives, and engaging informally throughout the request process.

    Speakers and Facilitators

    Melanie Ann Pustay: Melanie Ann Pustay is the Director of the United States Department of Justice’s Office of Information Policy. She has worked extensively with government officials in numerous countries, including Argentina, Chile, and China, as well as the Organization of American States, to assist officials in implementing open-government initiatives.

    Access to Information Working Group: The Access to Information Working Group is established on the foundation that public information is a crucial component to open government. The Civil Society Anchor is Laura Neuman, Director, Global Access to Information Program, The Carter Center.

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    11:15 - 12:35
    How can we improve respect for civic space in OGP countries?
     Libertés fondamentales et droits de l'homme - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 1
    Langue : Anglais

    This interactive session will allow participants to learn about and interact with the new CIVICUS Monitor tool. We will look at data on the Monitor related to civic space violations and improvements in respect for civic space. Following a brief visual presentation of the Monitor's world map and country ratings, CIVICUS will elaborate on data from the first few months of monitoring, indicating the most frequently-recorded categories of violation, some of the improvements in civic space documented through the Monitor and most frequent issues being contested by civil society, which lead to the closure of civic space.

    In groups, participants will then undertake a hands-on assignment by interacting with the CIVICUS Monitor platform to reveal the stories behind the global trend of closing civic space. Each group will be asked to:

    -Assess the overall level of respect for civic space in a given region -Select a civil society story on the Monitor which exemplifies this trend -Discover an example of a positive civic space development.

    This exercise will allow participants to understand in greater detail the sorts of violations being reported on the Monitor, how the system works, where information comes from and what use can be made of it.

    The final part of this session will then be used to discuss practical and policy solutions to civic space threats. This discussion will feed into the findings of a joint paper to be written by CIVICUS and the OGP Support Unit. These concrete options for policy changes and innovations will focus on things that can be employed by both civil society and governments to increase respect for civic space and ensure that civil society activists are protected in all OGP countries.

    Cathal Gilbert, Anabel Cruz, Elisa Peter
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    12:45 - 14:05
    Civic Tech for Learning
     Accès à l'information - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 1
    Langue : Anglais

    Civic Tech and Education share many challenges : how to give the citizens the tools to understand the world? How to empower people to participate in democracy? How to bring people together to discuss a common vision for future society?

    Civic tech initiatives are aware of their challenges in terms of inclusion : does civic tech could become a denial of democracy if these innovations are exclusively mastered by experts and activists? How these innovations can contribute to the renewal of democracy ion the long run?

    *Our hypothesis is that the democracy revolution will be sustainable and inclusive if and only if we go beyond the political agenda and the tools themselves. *

    For now one can see efforts for access to information but there are many key education issues which are not really addressed for now in the public debate: - How these tools could be more inclusive, enable to empower anybody? - What about the skills and literacy behind civic tech initiatives? - How education systems should be adapted to train a new generation of citizens able to understand the influence of data and algorithms, to think about inclusive tools for participatory democracy, to co-design new services in the smart city, etc. ? - How to train supportive, creative and resourceful citizens who will take decisions tomorrow ?

    This movement opens the way to a continuing citizen activity, over the long term, which imply new ways of teaching, learning, creating and sharing.


    This project is proposed by Sciences Po Paris and the Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity. This unique event is the perfect opportunity to discuss Civic tech scalability and inclusion issues with a motivated student community, professionals in open education, edtech or civic tech, teachers, researchers, designers, geeks,etc. Let's work together to co-design solutions for education and democracy.

    /TBC/ Students of the EdTech Master (CRI), Sciences Po Students, Guillaume Rouyer (Assemblée virtuelle) ; Jean Massiet (Accropolis) ; Céline Marty (Voxe.org, Tour de France des jeunes) ; Florent André (Open Budget), Démocratie Ouverte
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    14:15 - 15:35
    The benefits of transparency applied to NGOs and Civic Tech organisations
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 1
    Langue : Anglais

    Many NGOs or Civic Tech startups lobby institutions for more transparency and accountability. But the majority of these organizations don't apply to themselves the principles they advocate for others, even when they receive public funds.

    Their plea could be way more efficient for instance if, as they urge for open data financial reports, their day-to-day spendings were published in a reusable format. Similarly, as they plead for better regulation of lobbying and conflicts of interests, the lobbying documents their produce should be public and all their board members should fill a declaration of interests. And what about the governance of technologies they use or develop? Do they abide by the rules of openness and transparency democracy requires?

    This workshop proposes to discuss the way NGOs and Civic Tech companies can align their practices to their democratic plea. We will show good practices applied in certain organisations (Transparency International France in terms of declaration of interests, agenda and positions, Regards Citoyens in terms of budget and spendings, lobbying and interests transparency, ...) and try to find ways to update NGO pratices to improve internal democracy.

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    15:45 - 17:05
    scanR, moteur de la recherche et de l'innovation
     Open data et open ressources - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 1
    Langue : Français

    scanR, moteur de la recherche et de l’innovation, est une application web d’aide à la caractérisation, quels que soient leur champ disciplinaire, leur secteur ou leur domaine technologique, des structures publiques (unité de recherche de tous types, institutions publiques) et privée (entreprises).

    En combinant des informations extraites des sites web de ces entités (crawl) et des données issues de sources ouvertes enrichies et retraitées, scanR propose, pour près de 17 000 acteurs de la recherche implantés en France, un vaste ensemble d’informations permettant de les décrire et de les caractériser (publications et thèses, implication dans des projets de recherche collaborative, essaimage d’entreprises, brevets, …).

    Par son moteur de recherche qui indexe l’ensemble des sources, scanR accompagne ses utilisateurs dans l’identification des acteurs français associés à une problématique de recherche. Il constitue un point d’entrée privilégié et unifié vers un ensemble de ressources informelles permettant de caractériser l’implication dans la recherche et l’innovation des différents acteurs français et les relations qui les unissent. Il permet d'identifier des partenaires potentiels pour des travaux de recherche et d’innovation et d'analyser qualitativement la population des acteurs liée à une institution, impliqués dans un champ de recherche et/ou implantés dans une zone géographique.

    Après un rapide rappel des principes de scanR, cet atelier sera l'occasion d'échanger sur - les usages de cet outil, l'intérêt et les limites perçus par les utilisateurs

    • les évolutions de contenu et de forme qu'il serait souhaitable de mettre en oeuvre,

    • les usages alternatifs des données de scanR,

    • les formes de gouvernance à adopter pour un outil ouvert comme scanR

    Vers la video de présentation sur Dailymotion

    Yann Caradec et Emmanuel Weisenburger (Ministère en charge de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la recherche, France)
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    17:15 - 18:35
    Cartographie Numerique Libre et Developpement Durable
     Numérique et développement - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 1
    Langue : Français

    Atelier pratique et interactif sur l'usage de la cartographie Numérique et des Systèmes D'information Géographique libre pour contribuer au développement durable. Cet atelier se déroulera comme suit :

    • Présentation des outils cartographique,
    • Prise en Main Pratique,
    • Cas d'utilisation de la cartographie Numérique comme outil de développement,
    • Partage de Toolbox Cartographique

    Bama Emmanuel (Volontaire Internationale de la Francophonie en Cartographie Numérique Libre OpenstreetMap en Poste Co fondateur [OpenStreetMap Cote D'Ivoire ] | Racky Aicha (Spécialiste système d'information géographique Libre | Fatiman Alher (Leader Map4Dev et OpenStreetMap au Niger), | Araba Coulibaly(Juriste, Défenseur des Droits Humain Amnesty International Mali) | Konan Kouassi Guy Maurel (Volontaire International en Systeme d'information Geographique au Togo,Co fondateur OpenStreetMap Cote D'Ivoire)
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      Palais d'Iéna - Room 2
    Langue : Anglais

    The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is at a critical juncture. Having expanded from 11 to 70 countries in just five years, the initiative has kickstarted the adoption of thousands of open government commitments, from participatory budgeting in the Philippines to e-procurement reforms in Costa Rica. However, emerging evidence indicates that, in at least some OGP countries, reformers experience challenges in their efforts to leverage the OGP platform to make progress on deep, sustainable reform. Data from the OGP’s own IRM reaches similar conclusions: according to analysis of IRM data, only 12% of commitments are assessed to be potentially transformative and only 6% are potentially transformative and completed. OGP therefore faces a twofold challenge: raising ambition, and closing the gap between commitments and their implementation.

    Recent research by Global Integrity suggests that, in order to overcome these challenges, open government champions may benefit from thinking and working politically, and learning to engage with, navigate, and shape the politics of reform in their contexts. But what does it mean to think and work politically? How can doing so support efforts to close implementation gaps, and to pursue ambitious reforms? What are the operational implications of this kind of perspective? And what support to pro-reform actors on the ground need in order to be more effective?

    This workshop will engage with just these questions, and do so in a hands-on, collaborative fashion. After a short presentation by Global Integrity, two pro-reform actors working at different levels - national, and across countries - will briefly share their approaches to supporting ambitious open government reform, including the challenges they face, and the ways in which they are thinking and working politically in order to overcome those challenges. Participants will then have the opportunity, in small groups, to:

    • Reflect on whether and how the presentations resonate with their own experiences;
    • Discuss the challenges they face in their work with OGP, and the ways in which they think and work politically to overcome those challenges;
    • Consider the support and resources, if any, they might need in order to more effectively navigate the politics of ambitious OGP commitments.

    In the final plenary, each small group will summarize their reflections and discussion for other participants. In doing so, they will have the opportunity to further examine the case for taking politically savvy approaches to open government efforts, and deepen their understanding of what doing so might look like in a practical sense in their contexts.

    Regina Opondo (CRECO Kenya); Duncan Edwards (Making All Voices Count)
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    11:00 - 11:15
    OGP the next generation
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 2
    Langue : Anglais

    The only OGP youth event - the OPen Youth Academy winners will be presenting their ideas and hopes for involving youth into the open revolution.

    Kaja Pavlinic, Nikolina Hojsak, Mario Maric, Peter Lunt, Mihajlo Andjelic, Arthur Imbert, Tamara Puhovski, Georges Labreche
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    11:15 - 11:30
    Génération PGO
     Accès à l'information - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 2
    Langue : Français

    Après avoir enquêté sur ce qui se cache derrière l'expression de gouvernement ouvert, des jeunes étudiants viendront rendre compte de ce qu'ils ont compris, de ce qu'ils ont envie et à leur tour, ils défieront le gouvernement ouvert par leur ingéniosité et leur engagement.

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    11:30 - 11:45
    The future of Education will be open
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 2
    Langue : Anglais

    In fifteen minutes, you will explore the wonderful world of Open Education, where does it come from, what is precisely the Open Education Consortium, where does it go from here and why Education is a crucial domain for OGP to invest.

    OGP and Open Education Consortium together can make the difference as Newton said, permitting everyone to stand on on the shoulders of Giants.

    “What Descartes did was a good step. (...) If I have seen a little further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants.”76 Isaac Newton, letter to Robert Hooke -1676

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    12:15 - 13:35
    The impact of satellite imagery on open government
     Numérique et développement - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 2
    Langue : Anglais

    Satellite imagery has become a common tool to monitor development outcomes. The applications of satellite imagery range from monitoring deforestation to measuring the growth of refugee camps. This new medium has significant implications for open government. The overhead imagery is an objective and accessible source of information, and civil society has begun to use satellite imagery to hold government accountable. Consider, for example, the moratorium on new logging and agricultural concessions to clear forest in Indonesia. By Presidential decree, no new concessions for forest clearing activity were granted after May 2011 in an attempt to control the rate of deforestation. It is widely held in peer-reviewed publications that the deforestation rate increased after the moratorium was announced and subsequently enacted. Civil society, environmental advocates, journalists, and local landowners used objective and immediately accessible information derived from satellite imagery to hold government accountable for the failing policy. This sort of open and real-time assessment of environmental policy would not have been possible without the use of satellite imagery.

    The cost of satellite imagery is declining rapidly. The availability, frequency, and resolution of satellite imagery are increasing just as rapidly. There are opportunities for the meaningful use of satellite imagery that did not exist five years ago. There are, however, limitations of the medium as a tool for monitoring and evaluation. Satellite imagery cannot measure gender inequality or the strength of governance institutions. The objective of the proposed workshop is to begin to create a framework for understanding both the value and limitations of satellite imagery for governance and economic development.

    Panelists will lead a discovery sprint with participants to yield an initial decision framework that can help policymakers uncover opportunities to use satellite imagery for more meaningful engagement with the general public. In effect, the resulting framework will help policymakers tap into the multi-billion dollar industry of microsatellites. The suggested panelists for the session include:

    1. Dan Hammer. Senior Policy Advisor, The White House
    2. Dan Lopez. Vice President of Technology, Urthecast
    3. Jed Sundwall. Global Open Data Lead, Amazon Web Services

    We expect participants to come from both the public and private sectors to effectively identify the intersection of what should be done and what can be done with satellite imagery for open governance.

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    13:45 - 15:05
    Women’s Rights Online and Access to Information
     Accès à l'information - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 2
    Langue : Anglais

    In 2015 the Web Foundation’s Women’s Rights Online network launched a global report based on a year­ long household survey research project. The research revealed extreme gender and poverty inequalities in digital inclusion and empowerment across urban poor areas in 10 cities across Africa, Asia and Latin America. The research shows that in poor urban areas in the global South, women are 50% less likely to be online than men. Once online, women are also 30-50% less likely to use the web to access important information related to their rights or to speak out online.

    The gender digital divide means that women are not only excluded from accessing important information, but they are also discriminated against in fully participating in public and civic life. Given that the majority of women worldwide are offline and silenced, governments must address growing gender, digital and data divides for women to exercise their rights to information and participation in public, civic life. Several Sustainable Development Goals on women and technology provide an unprecedented opportunity for governments around the world to drive comprehensive policy change to reverse growing digital inequality. Furthermore, governments should ensure that women around the world have equal access, capabilities and opportunity to participate in government processes as equal citizens in an increasingly digital world.

    In order to turn the SDG pledges into action, it is important that advocates present policymakers with clear, evidence­-based policy recommendations, and monitor progress of implementation and impact. During this workshop we will present our Women’s Rights Online Scorecard Audit methodology which provides a framework for developing and monitoring policy measures on women’s digital empowerment. We will also explore opportunities to engage with the development of OGP National Action Plans (NAPs) to improve meaningful participation of women. Currently, 18 NAP commitments out of thousands represent women or gender. Furthermore, only 10 out of 70 OGP countries’ NAPs include these commitments. Given this, much work remains for OGP countries and their NAPs to become fully responsive to gender equality and women’s rights.

    In this workshop speakers will provide an overview of ‘Why Gender Equality Matters for Open Government and Open Data’, after which participants will break into small groups and participate short discussions in an “Around the World” format with the goal of knowledge sharing and identifying new strategies and opportunities to engage country stakeholders. Discussion topics include:

    • All women count: gender in open data and open government
    • From access to empowerment: how can access to information, particularly govt info and data, lead to real empowerment for women?
    • Women’s Rights Online Report Cards: A framework for monitoring country policy commitments to women’s access to information and participation online

    Moderator: Kristen Robinson Web Foundation

    Facilitators: Ana Brandusescu Web Foundation, Nnenna Nwakanma Web Foundation, Laura Neuman The Carter Center, Ingrid Brudvig Web Foundation

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    15:15 - 16:35
    Designing public policies : best practices & common challenges
     Parlement ouvert - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 2
    Langue : Anglais

    This event would gather public and private institutions, academics and members of civil society who want to share their feedbacks and ideas on how digital can be used for implementing public consultations and designing public policies.

    Some experts (from France, Canada, Brazil, Switzerland, etc.) would introduce their experiment and then discuss whether it was a success or not, which challenges they have faced and how public consultation processes could be improved. They would debate with citizens on what extent these new open policy-making process could be implemented. Participants would be invited to co-design a methodological framework for online public consultations.

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    16:45 - 18:05
    Is aid transparency for aid recipients?
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 2
    Langue : Anglais

    The workshop will introduce the goals and needs surrounding use of publicly available aid information from the perspective of key stakeholders (donors, civil society, and recipient government). Their needs and use case will then guide participants in how they examine one example of publicly available project information for the Ebola recovery. The participants will to try to use the information provided to accomplish the goals for the stakeholder group they have been assigned. After the brief activity participants will discuss if the information available was sufficient to accomplish their goals, and if it was in a format that was easily usable and understood. We will then try to address what type of information and what level of detail would be ideal. Additionally we will discuss if there is an ideal way they would like the information presented. The representatives from the key stakeholders will then discuss the constraints/challenges for providing significant detail in a timely manner on a public open forum and will discuss potential steps for moving forward.

    Facilitator Strategy- Facilitator will lead an activity using open donor provided information to identify if the information available meets the needs of specific stakeholders. Then the facilitator will lead a discussion with all participants around what information that was needed wasn't available and what format should it be in before going back the key stakeholders to address the challenges and steps moving forward.

    Civil Society Representatives: Emmanuel Saffa Abdulai, Executive Director, Society for Democratic Initiatives (Sierra Leone), Thynn Thynn Hlaing, Country Director, Oxfam Sierra Leone Donor Representative: Dennis Vega, Managing Director for Planning, Performance, and Systems, Office of U.S. Foreign Assistance Resources, U.S. Department of State. Government Representative - National Government Liberia or Sierra Leone OGP representative - Sub-national Local government representative
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      Palais d'Iéna - Room 3
    Langue : Anglais

    Each and every single country in OGP has its own best practices but also lessons learnt when it comes to NAPs processes (elaboration, implementation, M&E). Additionally, most of the challenges emerge especially during the changes in the Government and the big question that always needs to be considered is how to still keep OGP high on the Agenda and have the processes continue smoothly, openly and pragmatically/ How to keep CSOs interested and motivated to engage and contribute?

    This workshop, comes to explore on the above issues, by bringing together both Governmental and Non-Governmental Stakeholders from the same country, 4 countries being represented:

    ? 2 EU countries - Romania and Estonia ? 2 non-EU countries - Moldova, Ukraine

    The workshop is designed to be a highly interactive one, divided into the following stages.

    • Moderator introduces the purpose of the workshop, speakers and discussants (total 10 minutes);

    • Each country/pair of speakers from a particular country have 5 minutes to respond to the first round of Qs (total 20 minutes);

    • Each discussant has 2,5 minutes to draw some conclusions/identify commonalities, and differences among countries (total 5 minutes);

    • Each country/pair of speakers from a particular country have 5 minutes to respond to the second round of Qs (total 20 minutes);

    • Each discussant has 2,5 minutes to draw some conclusions/identify commonalities, and differences among countries (total 5 minutes);

    • Q&A part with interaction among speakers/discussants and the audience (20 minutes).

    The session will be moderated by Veronica Cretu (Open Government Institute Moldova).

    Speakers: Ovidiu Voicu (Center for Public Innovation Romania) and Radu Puchiu (State Secretary, Prime Minister's Chancellery, Romania);

    Anastasiia Kozlovtseva(TI Ukraine) and Natalia Oksha, Ukrainian Government,

    Liia Haani (advisor to the President of Estonia) and Kristina Reinsalu (eGOV Academy Estonia);

    Veronica Cretu (Open Government Insititute) and Livia Turcanu ( E-Government Center), Moldova

    Discussants: Sotiraq Hroni, Executive Director of Institution for Democracy and Mediation – Albania and Zurab Sanikidze, Ministry of Justice of Georgia

    Speakers: Ovidiu Voicu (Center for Public Innovation Romania) and Radu Puchiu (State Secretary, Prime Minister's Chancellery, Romania); Anastasiia Kozlovtseva(TI Ukraine) and Natalia Oksha, Ukrainian Government, Liia Haani (advisor to the President of Estonia) and Kristina Reinsalu (eGOV Academy Estonia); Veronica Cretu (Open Government Insititute) and Livia Turcanu ( E-Government Center, Moldova Discussants: Sotiraq Hroni, Executive Director of Institution for Democracy and Mediation – Albania and Zurab Sanikidze, Ministry of Justice of Georgia
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    11:00 - 12:20
    How public participation and open government tools can help tackle the climate crisis
     Climat et développement durable - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 3
    Langue : Anglais

    Climate change poses the greatest global governance challenge of our time. The Paris Agreement, signed by 178 countries, sets out a globally agreed goal to keep the world’s warming below 2 degrees. To have any hope of meeting this target, cooperation between governments, private sector and other non-state actors will be required on an unprecedented scale. As in all areas of complex multi-level governance arrangements, the transparency and openness of climate change action will be fundamental to its success.

    This session will draw together stakeholders from civil society, government, climate change affected local communities, indigenous peoples and companies to discuss ways to enhance the effectiveness of global and national action to address climate change through the application of open governance principles and tools.

    The session will include (but not be limited to) discussions on:

    Monitoring and meeting the commitments of the Paris Agreement through open government tools (Government of France)

    Tracking climate finance flows and making them public at global, regional and national levels: ensuring the money gets to where it is needed most (International Aid Transparency Initiative, Transparencia Mexicana)

    • Using open contracting principles to monitor and prevent corruption risks in renewable energy projects (Open Contracting Partnership and Transparency International)

    • Building citizen (especially youth) campaigns to open natural resource governance (Badru Jumah)

    Moderation strategy: The workshop will start with 5 minute introductions from each organisation to provide the foundation for the following breakout groups. Each speech should briefly introduce the following issues:

    • What is the tool or strategy?

    • What problem does it look at solving?

    • What is or has been its impact?

    The break-out groups will discuss three of the most relevant issues of addressing better governance of climate finance in OGP:

    • Tracking data on climate finance flows from the international to the national level to the spending through contracts to identify involved parties,

    • Developing participatory approaches and tools to engage communities in decisions, and

    • Monitoring impact and benefits of climate finance and measuring effective commitments

    A “market place” model will be used to allow each work area to maximise interaction with the participants. As an output, the breakout groups will co-create a model for a set of top-priority OGP commitments on climate change finance and action.

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    12:30 - 13:50
    Sauti za Wananchi (Citizen's Voices) - Africa's first mobile phone panel survey
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 3
    Langue : Anglais

    To share Twaweza's mobile phone survey that collects citizens’ views on key public issues in a rigorous manner, shares, and informs public (media) and policy (parliament) debate in Kenya and Tanzania. It is nationally representative. It is fast (6-8 weeks from questionnaire design to results). It is influential (government has made use of the Sauti za Wananchi to ask for citizens views on education and water services). Twaweza has published a Practical Guide to Mobile Phone Surveys with the World Bank that can anchor the discussion. Format: Presentation (15 minutes) followed by a moderated panel (30 minutes) then questions/feedback from participants (30 minutes).

    Aidan Eyakuze, Twaweza; Melania Omengo, Twaweza; Jessica Musila, Mzalendo Trust (Kenya); Stanley Achonu, BudgIT (Nigeria), Youdi Schipper, AIID (Netherlands)
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    14:00 - 15:20
    How can we save journalistic independence?
     Accès à l'information - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 3
    Langue : Anglais

    Over the past decade, media practices have deeply changed, but Reporters Without Borders (RSF)’ core belief remains the same: information is the basis for individual and collective choices, and an important part of human dignity. Information, in contemporary societies, has become abundant. The considerable flows of information call for a reassessment of the function of journalism in modern societies. The quantity of information is increasing, but its quality is increasingly a challenge. Studies show that the number of PR employees has been outnumbering the number of newsroom employees by an ever-greater proportion in recent decades.

    Reliable and balanced news and information, free from any hidden bias, have become rare in our era of increasing propaganda. The facts are clear: despite the Internet, we are entering an era of growing global control of information by state and non-state actors. State and private sector propaganda wars have become an integral part of the way minds are made up, gradually eroding open and honest debate aimed at informing the general public. Anything goes, from the barbaric propaganda film disguised as a news broadcast to the creation or manipulation of desire camouflaged as journalistic investigation. How can journalism worthy of the name, journalism that seeks the truth, survive in such a context?

    This roundtable intends to explore the ways to defend journalistic independence, to denounce information practices that secretly serve commercial or political strategies, and to enable the public to identify sources of news and information that meet criteria of independence. The event aims at defining legislations to be RSF will present the results of academic studies and journalistic reports on independence of information. To discuss this issue, the NGO will gather a panel made of media experts, representatives of journalism unions and of editors’ organizations.

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    15:30 - 16:50
    Addressing Climate Change with Open Data
     Climat et développement durable - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 3
    Langue : Anglais

    This session is being coordinated by the Center for Open Data Enterprise and the Government of Mexico.

    Experts in the energy, transportation, water and health sectors are using open data as a resource to combat climate change. We need a multifaceted approach using a wide range of data types to address climate change holistically and effectively. Better data will help track progress on targets set by the international community, mitigate climate change, and improve resilience. The Open Data Charter (ODC), a global effort to establish principles for increased coherence and collaboration among open data programs, can help governments develop data-driven strategies to fight climate change in these ways.

    This session will build on a previous workshop held during the 2015 United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP21), which was co-hosted by the governments of Mexico and France, the Center for Open Data Enterprise, and the ODC, and will give participants a platform to advance climate action. It will help them identify the kinds of core data that are most relevant to climate change strategies, find reliable global sources of climate data, and learn how climate-relevant data is being used around the world.

    The Addressing Climate Change with Open Data workshop will begin with brief introductory remarks by:

    • list text hereA Lead Steward of the ODC
    • list text hereCarole Excell - Acting Director, Environmental Democracy Practice, World Resources Institute
    • list text hereKatherine Garcia - Director of Communications and Outreach, Center for Open Data Enterprise
    • list text hereTim Davies - Co-founder and member of Open Data Services Co-operative
    • list text hereFiona Smith - International Development Manager, Open Data Institute

    The speakers will give examples of the kinds of data that can be used to combat climate change, and how organizations in different countries have put it to use.

    These examples will fall into four categories:

    Monitoring: As government agencies continue to monitor the climate, companies such as Planet Labs and Google are also building tools to track changes to the planet ranging from urban growth to deforestation.

    International engagement: Transparency mechanisms in the Paris Agreement ensure country data is publicly available for any organization to examine, analyze, and advocate for changes where necessary.

    Resilience: Several organizations aim to boost climate change resilience by using predictive data analytics on flooding, temperature change, and factors affecting food security, e.g. GODAN (Global Open Data on Agriculture and Nutrition).

    Mitigation: Renewable energy companies are analyzing geospatial data to find the most efficient sites for wind and solar power, e.g. SolarCensus and REConnect.

    We will lead facilitated breakout sessions, after which each group will provide a summary of their discussion.

    Findings will help develop the Climate Change Open Data Package, planned as part of the ODC, to provide standards and guidance to national, regional and local governments who want to open their climate data. A write-up of the session will be featured in opendatacharter.org, and session learnings will feed into the development of future implementation guides.

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    17:00 - 18:20
    Place to D-mocratie (Place to B & Démocratie Ouverte)
     Accès à l'information - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 3
    Langue : Français

    Un espace de rencontre et de débat ouvert à tous. L'objectif de Place to D-mocratie est de proposer aux narrateurs un parcours au coeur des enjeux du gouvernment espace - Un espace décryptage - Un plateau média ouvert et participatif - Production de contenu collaboratif - Espace Archives - Espace de coworking pour la production de contenu - Newsroom animée

    Place to D-mocratie combinera différents temps forts : -Le matin : Place to Brief - présentation des enjeux, du programme et des acteurs de la journée - Une programmation thématisée en journée - plateau média / interview - Le soir : Place to D-brief : un temps de synthèse des questions abordées pendant la journée et des productions réalisées afin que les journalistes puissent s'en resaisir dans leur papier.

    Cet espace sera animé par l'équipe de Place to B (http://www.placetob.org/) et Démocratie Ouverte (http://www.democratieouverte.org/)

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      Palais d'Iéna - Room 4
    Langue : Anglais

    Some countries have already started working on free/open-source contribution policies to setup guidelines and best practices to create and contribute to free/open-source software and engage with communities. This effort allows internal reuse within local administrations but is country specific. The objective of this workshop is to deliver a free/open-source contribution policy template that will set up common guidelines and best practices to foster international collaboration and reuse of free/open-source projects between countries. Governments will then have the possibility to instantiate their own policy and thus contribute to algorithm transparency and accountability.

    Andres Kütt (EE), Camille Moulin (Inno3), Jamie Berryhill (OECD), Barbara Ubaldi (OECD), Davide Storti (UNESCO), Daniel Melin (SE), James Stewart (UK), Gilles Gravier (Wipro), Chris Aniszczyk (CNCF), Matt Bailey (USA), Chris Di Bona (Google), Greg Kroah-Hartman (Linux Foundation), Alvand Salahei (USA), Matthias Kirschner (FSFE), Bozhidar Bozhanov (BG), Bart Hanssens (BE), Daniela Intravaia (IT), Bassem Asseh (Github), Raoul Delpech (Linagora)
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    10:30 - 11:50
    Pourquoi et comment ouvrir le code source des logiciels
     Open data et open ressources - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 4
    Langue : Français

    12:15 - 12:30
    The White House and the People's Code
     Numérique et développement - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 4
    Langue : Anglais

    The Obama Administration is about to release its first-ever Federal Source Code Policy, which will (1) secure Government-wide reuse rights for all custom-developed Federal Government code, and (2) launch a pilot program requiring that a portion of all newly-developed custom code projects for the Federal Government be released to the public as Open Source Software. This will enable the brightest minds from around the world to review, improve, and collaborate on US code to ensure that is safe, reliable, and effective.

    As part of this policy, the White House will launch a brand-new technology platform dedicated to showcasing the Government’s custom code.

    During this 5-10 minute lightning pitch, the White House will discuss how the platform was developed – e.g., through open development practices, source code contributions from the public, and continual engagement with the external stakeholder community. We will also discuss what the platform aims to achieve and the various ways that Open Source Software furthers the Obama Administration’s Open Government objectives. Finally, the lightning pitch will call upon other countries to work with the United States to reaffirm our collective commitment to Government transparency.

    This lightning pitch will also call on technologists from around the world to collaborate on open source code and maximize the benefits of global code collaboration. These are the individuals who relentlessly contribute their time, their focus, and their skillset to ensure that the world’s ever-growing community of technologists and future coders has the best chance of success in the digital age. These are the individuals who believe that knowledge-sharing is the cornerstone of innovation. These are the individuals who champion for the aspiring technologists, the small businesses, and the resource-hungry students who aspire to be the next Zuckerberg.

    Open Source Software can have tremendous benefits for governments around the world. Let's work together to ensure that those benefits come to fruition.

    If there is enough interest, this can also be adapted into a longer session.

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    12:30 - 12:45
    Algorithmic transparency
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 4
    Langue : Anglais

    12:45 - 13:00
    L'Ouvre-boîte : Libérer les documents de l'administration
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 4
    Langue : Français

    Intervenant : Michel Blancard

    L'ouverture des documents administratifs (dans le cadre duquel rentrent les données et codes sources détenus par les administrations) est une pratique dont l'intérêt est bien compris et l'application garantie par toutes les sources du droits. Le principe de redevabilité de l'administration vis à vis de la société civile est inscrit dans la Déclaration des Droits de l'Homme et du Citoyen de 1789. Le statut des fonctionnaires impose la transparence de l'administration. Ce principe de transparence est confirmé par le Code des Relations entre l'Administration et le Public qui instaure une Commission d'Accès aux Documents Administratifs. Le projet de loi pour une République Numérique va dans le même sens en complétant ces obligations de redevabilité et de transparence. Dans le domaine des codes sources, la circulaire Ayrault incite à utiliser du code source libre et à renforcer les liens avec les communautés de développeurs extérieures à l'administration. Cette circulaire mentionne en particulier les avantages en terme de mutualisation des moyens.

    Ces droits sont pourtant mal connus de ceux qui pourraient en bénéficier. De plus, la complexité du système juridique qui évolue rapidement ainsi que la lourdeur du processus font que ces droits d'accès sont loin d'être appliqués dans leur pleine mesure. L'objectif du projet Ouvre-boîte est de faciliter l'application de ces droits.

    Pour ce faire, Ouvre-boîte vulgarise les moyens à disposition de tous : demande gracieuse, recours gracieux, saisine de la CADA, saisine de l'AGD, recours contentieux... Ouvre-boîte est également une communauté d'entraide et de partage d'expertise sur la libération des documents administratifs. Qu'ils soient citoyen, associations, entreprises ou administrations, Ouvre-boîte apporte une aide à tous ceux qui souhaitent disposer d'un accès à un document détenu par une administration. Mais Ouvre-boîte cherche aussi à trouver des solutions aux obstacles rencontrés par les administrations quand elles souhaitent publier leurs documents. Ouvre-boîte précise le cadre juridique auquel sont astreints les fonctionnaires, qui n'ont pas toujours une vision claire de ce qu'ils peuvent ou ne peuvent pas libérer. Ouvre-boîte propose une expertise technique pour la libération de données ou de codes sources, lorsqu'un audit ou une extraction complexe est nécessaire. Enfin, Ouvre-boîte cherche à valoriser l'action des administrations qui s'engagent dans l'ouverture de leurs documents et leur donne les moyens de communiquer au mieux sur leurs efforts de transparence.

    Le projet Ouvre-boîte, en recherche continue de contributeurs bénévoles pour étoffer sa communauté, recherche particulièrement des expertises juridiques et informatiques ainsi que des contacts au sein des administrations pour jouer le rôle de facilitateurs avec la société civile.

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    13:15 - 14:35
    What co creation and collaborations looks like in different countries
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 4
    Langue : Anglais

    How each country develops it´s National Action Plans is different according to it´s own culture, where the OGP Point of contact is localted in the governmental structure, the participation of civil society in public affairs among other variables. But, putting aside the differences, there is much to learn about the different processes each country goes thru and how those processes have changed over the years. Now with 70 Members, the First and Second cohort have experiences that could be of great help to all the new comers, and to make the experience rich, we will invite both government representatives and civil society representatives to talk about their processes when coming up with the NAPs and the co creation of commitments. Session coordinators: Argentina: Natalia Carfi - Coordinator of Open Government, República Argentina; María Barón- Executive Director at Fundación Directorio Legislativo, República Argentina México: Guillermo Ruiz de Teresa - PoC of the Government of Mexico; Ana Cristina Ruelas - Director of Article 19 and CSO lead representative Costa Rica : Viceministra Ana Gabriel Zuñiga - Government of Costa Rica

    The workshop will be held in two parts: during the first, three cases of co creation methodology will be presented (Argentina, Mexico and Costa Rica). The objective is to know these experiences and the difficulties and challenges for co creating commitments to the OGP Action Plans.

    In the second part of the workshop, a collaborative work with the audience will be developed from the following questions: what is meant by cocreate? What is the tools to improve mechanisms for co-creation between government and civil society? It´s expected that participants are divided in differents groups according to levels of complexity depending on the number of population and territorial expansion and discuss the critical points needed to carry out a successful co-creation process.

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    14:45 - 16:05
    AODC: Open Data to Connect a Continent
     Open data et open ressources - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 4
    Langue : Anglais

    Format will be brief presentations and thematic breakouts at tables.

    Will pick examples of advancements in Africa that use open data or would benefit from the improvement in quality and availability of open data. Will target examples that have similar initiatives in other sectors or countries, or that have solved the problem of silos and have scaled across. Breakouts will then center around target themes, how civic tech actors with shared goals connect, and what can improve from quality of the data and documentation, technical capability of individuals, or quality of a networks and community building for organizations to connect.

    0-5 mins Intro, Overview, and Welcome

    5-30 mins: Lightning talk presentations, 3-5 minutes apiece answering: What problem are we trying to solve, how is data useful in the problem, how open data was used and/or what open data will be useful, and stand out lessons learned of failures & success. Moderation strategy: Will provide a framework for each presenter that follows this format and will run through the presentation at least once weeks ahead of time and repeat where necessary. Slides may be on automatic advancement a la ignite talks to ensure timeliness.

    30 - 35: transition to breakouts 35 - 70: Roundtable discussions Facilitator format to follow: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1biTt3P0ZfjSS9UnKBeLL2SIyCj81h5Vl-urIVY6mMpI/edit?usp=sharing

    70 - 78: Brief readout of core findings of each table

    78-80 Close and thanks

    Will provide top line summary of presentations and any slides online ahead of the event to ensure that the focus stays on discussion and not on show and tell. Speaker/Breakout Facilitator & topics to approach:

    Follow the Money - Olu - Budgit Drones/satellites to track land use - Rose Funja - AgriInfo Mapping out health centers - Nate Smith - DevSeed Monitoring Elections - TBD... Ushahidi? Getting accurate prices for goods - mFarm

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    16:15 - 17:35
    Objectifs de développement durable et fonction publique
     Climat et développement durable - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 4
    Langue : Français

    Les 17 objectifs (qui se déclinent en 169 cibles) revendiquent des activités et changements dans de nombreux domaines très importants pour les administrations publiques et les fonctionnaires.

    L’atteinte de nombreux objectifs peuvent passer par leur traduction au sein des règles régissant les politiques de ressources humaines dans la fonction publique.

    Ils réclament en outre une sensibilisation approfondie des fonctionnaires et une appropriation par des actions de formation qui leur soient dédiées.

    Certains objectifs se réfèrent à l’amélioration de la gouvernance publique et des actions de coopération, d’autres, à l’implication des administrations pour une croissance inclusive, au développement de politiques en faveur de l’égalité, de la diversité et de la qualité de vie au travail.

    L’objectif de cet atelier est d’inviter les participants à l’illustrer sur la base de leurs pratiques de ressources humaines l’actualité ou les perspectives de concrétisation de ces objectifs de développement durable et de leurs cibles associées. La ministre française de la fonction publique, Madame Annick Girardin, a convié ses homologues à échanger sur cette base.

    Ces regards croisés pourraient être source de réflexion dans les modalités d’engagement de chaque pays pour promouvoir la mise en œuvre effective des Objectifs de Développement Durable.

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      Palais d'Iéna - Room 5
    Langue : Anglais

    Anti-corruption is not a new issue for the OGP. It is explicitly stated as a key goal in the Open Government Declaration, and also finds a place in several National Action Plans.

    Of over 600 commitments made by 43 governments at the Anti-Corruption Summit, in May 2016, 506 were made by the 32 OGP countries in attendance. Civil society and government at the Summit collectively recognized OGP to be a critical implementing and accountability platform needed to move the anti-corruption agenda forward. Whilst the anti-corruption commitments vary in how concrete, new or ambitious they are, for them to be implemented it is important that they are firmly embedded in formal follow-up mechanisms, such as OGP National Action Plans. Most importantly, these countries also provide a critical base for peer-learning to realize the race-to-the-top principle that OGP is based on to urge other countries to make similar commitments.

    This workshop will bring together government and civil society representatives from OGP countries, recapping on the commitments their country made at the Anti-Corruption Summit and looking ahead towards each country’s next steps. Focusing on a small number of issues that are prominent among the commitments made, thematic experts will offer practical help to both government and civil society representatives.

    This session will be moderated by the OGP Anti-Corruption Working Group, with a panel of civil society and government representatives that can showcase how the OGP has advanced their anti-corruption work. The discussion will cover: the process of embedding Anti-Corruption Summit commitments in National Action Plans; how governments are working to implement their Summit and NAP commitments, and; plans for new initiatives which were launched at the Summit, such as the Anti-Corruption Innovation Hub.

    Moderator: Robin Hodess, OGP Anti-Corruption Working Group
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    11:15 - 12:35
    My Best Fail with OGov / OpenData
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 5
    Langue : Anglais

    Sometimes, open data experiments do not turn out the way they were supposed to, and most of us buy into the idea that these Fails are not worth coming out into the world as usable ideas.

    In this panel, we will share and learn from each others fails and mistakes. We will convene a number of people who have learnt and devised something new from their Open Data Fails to show us that, sometimes, errors can light a new path towards a new and innovative project. Or at least, we will feel encouraged to keep trying!

    Moderator: Andres Snitcofsky (Cargografias, Argentina) // Invited panelists: Pablo Collada (Ciudadano Inteligente, Chile) ~ Undral Gombodorj (Democracy Education Center, Mongolia) ~ Arysbell Arismendi Velasquez (Vendata, Venezuela)
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    12:45 - 14:05
    Making Open Governance Real for the Next Generation
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 5
    Langue : Anglais

    The workshop will bring together participants from across government, civil society, donor organizations and the private sector if possible. The format will be highly interactive: - Introductions (5 minutes) - The moderator will draw on three speakers to provide very brief opening examples of how youth are translating transparency into accountability in their countries (15 minutes) - The speakers will then split into groups for small, round-table conversations with participants around the examples and the larger ideas behind them (what can we learn? How applicable are these approaches elsewhere? What kind of support is needed to translate transparency into accountability) (25 minutes) - The participants will then come back together for a facilitated discussion around the learnings and lessons (20 minutes) - The group will then brainstorm on next steps and key prioritized messages from the session that can be provided to the conference organizers/OGP team (15 minutes) The session will also be focused heavily on social media- with the facilitator and session helpers generating twitter conversations around the topics in real time and through a subsequent blog. The session will be moderated by Blair Glencorse (Accountability Lab, Liberia, Pakistan and Nepal), and include speakers: Marianne Fabian (Government of the Philippines); Oluseun Onigbinde (BudgIT, Nigeria); Andrew Tehmeh (Government of Liberia); Tamara Puhovski (Propuh Policy Solutions, Croatia)

    Blair Glencorse (Accountability Lab, Liberia, Pakistan and Nepal); Marianne Fabian (Government of the Philippines); Oluseun Onigbinde (BudgIT, Nigeria); Andrew Tehmeh (Government of Liberia); Tamara Puhovski (Propuh Policy Solutions, Croatia)
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    14:15 - 15:35
    Open Government Data: U.S. and French Lessons Learned
     Open data et open ressources - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 5
    Langue : Anglais

    Governments around the world have seen the value of open data -- free, publicly available data that anyone can access and use without restrictions. In addition to being an essential component of transparency and good government, open data from government can be a powerful tool for economic development and social good. Businesses, nonprofits, governments and citizens are using open data to launch new ventures, analyze trends, make data-driven decisions, and solve complex problems in all sectors of the economy.

    This Roundtable will describe recent, current, and potential future government efforts, with emphasis on lessons learned from the United States and France, to maximize the value of open data as a public resource. To support data-driven initiatives like these across government, the administration has launched the U.S. Digital Service, the 18F group, and the Presidential Innovation Fellows program, which help federal agencies build the technical infrastructure they need to maximize open data’s potential. Similar initiatives are underway in Europe with France and other nations. Together, by sharing lessons learned and best practices, we are learning from each other and strengthening all open data programs.

    The Roundtable will begin with a panel presentation and discussion from both U.S. and French government leaders, as well as independent outside organizations that have worked with them to extract lessons learned and best practices that apply broadly:

    Claire-Marie Foulquier-Gazagnes, Head of Development & Policy, Etalab - French Prime Minister's taskforce for Open Data, Datascience & OpenGov

    Philip Ashlock, Chief Architect, Data.gov, U.S. Government

    Joel Gurin, President, Center for Open Data Enterprise

    Thomas Landrain, Founder of La Paillasse

    Marta Urquilla, Deputy Director, Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation

    Yann Algan, Dean, School of Public Affairs Sciences Po

    Andrew Turner, Director and CTO of Esri Research and Development Center

    Following the panel presentation, the audience will break into small groups of diverse teams for hands-on exercises:

    • Central government (presidential office)
    • National government ministries
    • Local government
    • Civil society groups
    • Academic/other

    These groups, facilitated by the panelists, will be invited to discuss observations and ideas sparked by the panel’s presentations. They will then report out to the group for general discussion.

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    15:45 - 17:05
    The Road Ahead: Progress and gaps in OGP’s first 4 years
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 5
    Langue : Anglais

    Attendees will learn about the findings from this year's IRM technical paper. In particular, we will discuss, rates of co-creation, ambition, completion, and "starred commitments." Participants will have an opportunity to discuss what implications this has for the partnership at the national and international levels.

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    17:15 - 18:35
    Organiser l'expression des publics absents autour d'un débat citoyen sur le PGO
     Accès à l'information - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 5
    Langue : Français

    Afin de faire émerger un avis coproduit par plusieurs acteurs de terrain sur des questions de gouvernance ouverte, l'association Innovons pour la Citoyenneté sur Internet (ICI) propose d'organiser un débat citoyen à partir des 26 engagements pris par la France en juillet 2015 dans son plan PGO. Sur la forme : une méthode identique pour chaque partenaire, des résultats accessibles instantanément sur Internet via des outils collaboratifs en ligne et un dispositif de visio-conférence et la production d'un rapport pour les institutions et les décideurs français.

    Pour réussir ce débat citoyen, trois étapes sont prévues en amont du sommet PGO : - constituer un comité de pilotage pour réunir l'ensemble des structures partenaires. Ce comité doit identifier, à partir du plan 2015, de ses évaluations et des prospectives pour 2017, les sujets sur lesquels le débat citoyen devra porter (e-administration, coproduction des lois, identification de problèmes dans les quartiers...). - créer un outil afin de vulgariser les sujets choisis, offrant ainsi la possibilité pour chacun de s'approprier les thèmes et d'apporter le jour J un avis éclairé sur le débat. - réunir les conditions physiques nécessaires à la bonne tenue du débat citoyen le jour J (identification des lieux, disposition de la salle, accès internet et supports informatiques, animateur, outils d'animation et formation préalable).

    Le jour du débat citoyen : Chaque structure partenaire sera mise en relation avec les autres participants, pendant le débat, via un dispositif numérique : les débats citoyens locaux seront retransmis en live sur un outil de visioconférence. Les productions seront visibles sur un outil collaboratif en ligne.
    Chaque débat citoyen local portera sur une même série de deux à trois questions. En fonction du temps, un participant viendra restituer les points principaux évoqués à sa table.

    Les participants du #PGO2016 pourront s’asseoir aux tables et participer aux débats avec les invités déjà présents.

    Après Les productions seront rassemblées dans un document, compilées et mises en forme. Une fois validé, ce dernier sera envoyé aux institutions et délégations présentes lors du #PGO2016.

    Coordinateur du projet
    Association Innovons pour la Citoyenneté sur Internet
    Twitter : @associationici

    Liste des partenaires : Centre social Gros Saule (Aulnay sous Bois - 93) La Fédération des MJC d'Ile-de-France (Montreuil - 93) Le centre d'animation Montparnasse (Paris 14e - 75) MJC Louis Lepage (Nogent sur Marne - 94)- à confirmer Halage (Île-Saint-Denis - 93) Le Pole Solidaire (Villeneuve-la-Garenne - 92) La Fédération des centres sociaux et socioculturels de Paris (Paris 19e - 75 ) Association Métropop' ! - (Île-Saint-Denis - 93) Le réseau de l'Union Régionale de l'Habitat des Jeunes d'Ile-de-France. (more to come...)

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      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Conformément aux engagements du premier plan français d'action national (OGP-PGO) le ministère de l'intérieur a publié en open data en 2015 sur la plateforme gouvernementale www.data.gouv.fr les résultats des scrutins électoraux (nationaux et locaux) depuis 1999 par bureaux de vote. Aujourd'hui il convient d'aller plus loin en engageant une démarche collaborative avec l'écosystème permettant d'identifier les contours géographiques de ces bureaux en les géolocalisant avec l'objectif de faire emerger de nouveaux outils et usages pour la recherche mais également pour les citoyens comme pour l'administration.

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    09:15 - 09:30
    Open Heritage: A Global First for Public Sector Open-By-Default
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Open information is the next frontier for the open government agenda, with great potential for enabling open dialogue and participatory government. While open data is well understood and embraced in many quarters, open information faces a host of policy, legal, logistical, security, and cultural challenges.

    The Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation (CSTMC) Open Heritage portal is the first of its kind in open information and open government, providing direct, real-time digital access to unpublished information and knowledge CSTMC holds in trust for all Canadians, and to working files and decision making records it creates in the course of carrying out its mandate. CSTMC staff are empowered to share directly from the electronic document management system that they use every day to manage their working documents. The platform embraces open innovation, truly enabling employees to work “open by default.”

    CSTMC is using the Open Heritage portal to engage with external stakeholders in shared cultural development. By opening up its information holdings and working information, the museums are fostering participatory heritage, allowing citizens to better engage in dialogue with the museums and their work. The portal is part of a broader open innovation agenda for the museums, in which CSTMC is working with its colleagues across the Government of Canada on harnessing these initiatives to help address public policy issues and move open government benchmarks forward.

    Alex Benay, President and CEO of the CSTMC, will explore how to tackle the challenges of open government, discussing CSTMC's journey as an open institution, and how the Open Heritage portal represents a potential blueprint for Open by Default across the broader global public sector.

    Web site: http://documents.techno-science.ca/

    About The Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation

    The Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation is responsible for preserving and protecting Canada’s scientific and technological heritage and promoting and sharing knowledge about it. The Corporation and its three Museums — the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum, the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, and the Canada Science and Technology Museum — tell the stories of Canadian ingenuity and achievement in science and technology, and demonstrate how these accomplishments have contributed to the building of Canada.

    In keeping with its mandate to foster a culture of science and technology in Canada, the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation is taking a leadership role in providing open access to its research and information assets. This initiative provides digital open access to the knowledge it holds in trust for all Canadians. The Corporation’s open access policy is being undertaken in the context of Canada’s Open Government Action Plan. It is the first national museum in Canada to create such a platform. It also was the first to release its artifact and collection as open data, and is a partner in the crowdsourced Innovation Canada 150 digital storybook of Canadian innovation.

    Mode of Facilitation: Presentation by Alex Benay, with questions and discussion. Can also be incorporated into a Roundtable Panel on the theme of implementing open government.

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    09:30 - 09:45
    Exemple d'utilisation citoyenne et militante de l'OpenData
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Une histoire vraie, vécue, récente (et qui finit bien), racontée par un adhérent à l'association de défense du paysage.

    Tout ceci se passe fin 2015 et début 2016.

    L'association 'Paysages de France' qui défend depuis plus de 25 ans le paysage contre toutes formes de pollution visuelle et notamment celle qui est due aux panneaux publicitaires, est informée fin août 2015 d'un projet de décret gouvernemental sur l'affichage publicitaire.

    Après avoir compris la portée de ce projet de décret, préparé sans nul doute par les lobbies publicitaires qui régulièrement essayent de faire évoluer la réglementation en leur faveur, l'association engage toutes ses forces pour s'y opposer, et commence alors une course de vitesse et une lutte de plus de 6 mois.

    Il faut évaluer, pour chacun des territoires français, la portée exacte de ce projet de décret, et il faut ensuite faire connaître au plus grand nombre cette étude d'impact. Que chacun puisse juger !

    Pour ceci les données ouvertes sur les unités urbaines, les communes, sur la population, sur les Parcs Naturels Régionaux s'avèrent indispensables, la réglementation se basant sur ces données pour établir des seuils d'autorisation ou d'interdiction.

    Ces données récupérées sur la plateforme OpenData du gouvernement servent à établir une cartographie complète du projet de décret, en ligne et interactive, extrêmement éloquente : les communes ou les PNR qui seraient concernés apparaissent alors très clairement. Les effets de ce projet sautent alors aux yeux de tous, et leurs aspects très néfastes ! Cette cartographie est reprise progressivement par un grand nombre de médias nationaux et provinciaux, jusqu'aux JT de France3 et au JT du 20h de France2, et a ainsi contribué de manière décisive à la prise de conscience du public.

    Cette cartographie s'est rajoutée à toute une panoplie d'actions de l'association Paysages de France.

    La transparence et l'évaluation objective manquaient vraiment dans ce projet gouvernemental. Devant sa réalité dévoilée aux yeux de tous, le gouvernement a dû finalement renoncer à tous les articles de ce projet de décret (sauf un article relatif à la publicité autour des grands stades dans le cadre de l'Euro 2016, article qu'il faut continuer de dénoncer) et donc notamment renoncer complètement à étendre les zones où l’installation de panneaux publicitaires au sol de grand format aurait été autorisée.

    Paul Desgranges
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    09:45 - 10:00
    E- Consultations – Use of Technology to Contribute to the Standards of Consultations
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    In 2015 Croatian Government introduced a new IT solution for e-Consultations, which takes into account all the already introduced and accepted standards for public consultations in order for them to be efficient, but also raises the level of transparency of the overall consultation process. Besides that, the new solution also raises the trust in the process among the citizens and contributes to the quality of the policy making. All comments given to the proposed text are immediately publicly visible to all of the interested public and so are the answers to these comments after the consultation has been closed and all comments processed.

    One of the basic prerequisites for informed and meaningful public participation is transparency, both when it comes to access to information held by public bodies, and to provide adequate and timely information about the upcoming legislative initiatives. Of course, opportunities need to be created for the interested public to participate in this process, and the public needs to be clearly and timely informed about these opportunities. In order for the consultations to be considered transparent, they need to meet certain standards. These include the publicising and disseminating clear and timely information about the consultation documents and process; providing all relevant stakeholders with an opportunity to participate, allowing sufficient time for all interested stakeholders to provide their input, and providing feedback on the result of the consultation process.

    Nowadays many countries started introducing online consultations, as a mean of reaching the widest audience of interested public but this in practice usually means that there is a website on which the Government or other institution (European Commission, for instance) publishes documents for consultations and gives to the public deadline for submitting written comments to the text. Croatian solution has some added benefits in the area of transparency and this workshop is going to present those benefits to all those interested in getting some new ideas on how to organize online consultations.

    Duration: 1 hour (half an hour minutes presentation followed by Q&A) Presenter: Sandra Pernar, Croatian Government Office for Cooperation with NGOs

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    10:00 - 10:15
    Making The Air More Transparent
     Climat et développement durable - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Plume Labs aims to make the air transparent by leveraging:

    • open air quality data, atmospheric patterns from around the world and specially-trained AI models to forecast how it will change on an hourly basis
    • personal hardware to track one's exposure to pollution and build a human-powered, open and collaborative air quality map of the world to support environmental change and policymaking.

    More background on our work here:

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    10:15 - 10:30
    “Justice 2020” a Participatory Approach to Design Justice
     Innovation publique - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    “Justice 2020” focuses on two of the four values of open government: civic participation and innovation and technology. Through an online platform and face to face workshops, civil society can debate and participate in the design, implementation and evaluation of public justice policy. The program is organized in seven threads: institutional reform, criminal justice, civil justice, access to justice, human rights, judicial management and justice and community, each one has different policy initiatives which are priorities for the Ministry of Justice. Participation is open to civil society and any person can be admitted to debate any topic. Each commission has two coordinators, one representing the government and one from civil society. During the first month of life of “Justice 2020”, there are 90 active debates, more than 6800 people registered and more than 1200 contributions. It is not necessary to be an Argentine national to participate in the debate. For more information about “Justice 2020” you can visit: www.justicia2020.gob.ar.

    Hector Chayer, Coordinator of “Justice 2020” Program at Ministry of Justice, Argentina. Sandra Elena, Coordinator of Open Justice Program at Ministry of Justice, Argentina, LL.M. in International legal studies, American University, Washington DC. Lawyer and graduate in Politics science.
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    10:30 - 10:45
    "Dialogando BA": empowering communities for policy-making
     Déclinaison dans les villes - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    As a member of the OGP, the city of Buenos Aires is committed to actively engage civil society in order to improve participation, transparency and accountability. In this sense, Buenos Aires developed a collaboration platform to enhance civic participation in problem solving and decision making. In March 2016 the Ministry of Government launched "Dialogando BA para fortalecer instituciones" (Dialoguing for the reinforcement of public institutions) in order to amend and create bills of law.

    The initiative facilitated collaboration between the government of Buenos Aires and citizens to jointly develop the amendments to the Access to Information Law and the creation of an Electoral Code. Both projects are priority for the government, which sees these as an overdue debt to its citizens.

    To further openness and participation in the process while maintaining the conversation beyond the workshops, Dialogando BA incorporated an active use of social media channels such as Periscope, Twitter, Facebook and a specific website for the initiative: (http://www.dialogandoba.com/). Furthermore, after each workshop a report was published online for comments. Thus ensuring equal representation so that groups not attending could voice their opinions.

    Buenos Aires has witnessed first-hand how meaningful participation leads to creative and inclusive policies. Benefits of working with others in policy-making are remarkable: it engages citizens, brings different opinions on equal footing, compensates strengths from other´s weaknesses, delivers fundamental source of information, enhances institutional legitimacy and improves the final outcome without incurring in greater costs.

    Although there is nothing new about involving citizens in government and policy process, these two reform projects could be considered unique since they have engaged the public in participating and providing feedback in every stage of the process. In fact, participants were able to chart the issues discussed in the workshops and make suggestions to the minutes provided by the organization. Moreover, they were consulted permanently regarding the quality of the process so that their opinions could be accurately captured. For these reasons, Dialogando BA shows how to trigger participative approaches in different areas of government as a new way of policy-making.

    In order to achieve this goal, the Ministry convened eight workshops, each focused on different specific aspects of the reforms at hand, open to all public. Through a mix of formal and informal presentations, Dialogando BA focused on participating with institutions as a leverage for increasing public engagement and it involved a direct, short-term partnership with several sectors of society. Specifically, it targeted lawmakers, public officials, scholars, NGOs, students, experts and practitioners of access to public information and electoral processes to leverage their experiences and knowledge while relying on their comments as the basis for the reform projects.

    Speaker. Hernán Charosky, currently serving as Undersecretary for Political Reform in the city of Buenos Aires; coordinator of the first presidential debate in Argentina, former Executive Director of Poder Ciudadano (TI chapter in Argentina) and Tedx speaker on public policy, transparency and corruption in 2015.

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    10:45 - 11:00
    How did your country spend its EU Subsidy?
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Since January 2016, the OpenBudgets.eu project has been tracing EU Subsidies to increase transparency in the European Cohesion and Investment funds. We have brought together all the data on EU Investment Funds in one place, made it searchable, and supported advocacy organizations and journalists to tell stories with the data. At OGP, we will present the project and take the audience through the different case studies that highlight both the increased transparency of the EU as well as the process of setting up a large scale data project. The project has a two-tier approach, and this will also be reflected in the structure of the pitch. First, we brought over a 100 datasets of EU funded projects together. Second, we ran a number of pilots and case-studies to tell stories with the data and increase transparency around the European Cohesion and Investment Funds.

    The pitch will revolve around the overarching story on how to trace public money with open data, how to set up a large scale data project, and how we have used different methodologies, standards, and tools to realize this large scale open financial data project. The cases and pilot studies that we have developed in the realm of this project will be waved through our story illustrating the lessons we learned and best practices on setting up an open data story, whilst at the same time giving insights in financial transparency in the European Union in their own right.

    The pitch is presented by Anna Alberts from the Open Knowledge Foundation Germany, who is lead Dissemination and Communication for OpenBudgets.eu. She has been working on the opening of the Cohesion and Structural Funds data from January 2016 onwards.

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    11:00 - 11:15
    FOI Flooding: Using Freedom of Information platforms for political movement
     Accès à l'information - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    What do you do if an authority would have to open up, but doesn't want to? You flood it with FOI requests. That's what the Open Knowledge Foundation Germany did with the German Parliament: When the highest German court decided that the parliament has to give out all thousands papers of its Research Section when individually requested via FOI, they used the FOI portal FragDenStaat.de to craft a campaign to ask for all reports. Out of a database of 5.000 titles, users could request individual research papers. After more than 3.000 users had requested papers, the Parliament was forced to change its position and decided to not give out each report individually, but to rather proactively publish all past and future reports. In a similar fashion, FragDenStaat users requested more than 800 documents from German Job Centres in mid-2016.

    In our session, we want to explain, how we can use Freedom of Information and in particular Freedom of Information portals for campaigns and when FOI Flooding can be useful to force authorities to proactively publish their data.

    Arne Semsrott
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    11:15 - 11:30
    International economic database
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The purpose of the Widukind project is to provide a unique website (http://widukind.cepremap.org/) accessible for all users, allowing them to free download public economic data as released by national producers (national institutes of statistics, central banks) as well as international ones (IMF, World Bank, OECD, Eurostat, ECB…). These data are updated regularly and former updates are archived so as to build overtime a real time database. Moreover, data can be downloaded directly through an API (http://widukind-api.cepremap.org/) by a broad spectrum of econometric and statistical analysis softwares using the utilities provided by the project (R, Matlab, Stata, EViews, Excel, Python, Julia…). You can look at various examples here : http://obsmacro.cepremap.fr/category/data.html.

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    11:30 - 11:45
    The complex process of crowdsourcing Mexico City’s Constitution.
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    After three decades of social struggle for local democracy in Mexico’s capital, this year political reform has granted Mexico City more autonomy, equating its political status to other Mexican sovereign States while remaining the capital city of the country. The reform has triggered a process to discuss and draft the city’s first constitution.

    This is a major historical event not only for the city but for the whole country. Because Mexico City is the cultural, social and economic hub of the country, its epicenter for liberal and progressive policies, and because the national Constitution will have its 100th birthday, the outcome could challenge Mexican foundational principles.

    The speakers are Diego Cuesy, policy analyst who works at Laboratorio para la ciudad (Lab for the City, the experimental arm of the Mexico City government) and Bernardo Rivera, political advisor of the Judicial and Legal Services General Counselor’s Office. Both are young political scientists with two years of work promoting open government reforms in Mexico City, from within and also outside the government. They were part of the team that drafted the Open City law and lobbied for its approval.

    In this event they will tell the story of the process and platform that was created as a joint effort between the Mayor’s Office, Laboratorio para la Ciudad, the Legal and Judicial General Counselor's Office.

    How to build bridges between citizens and those in charge of drafting the Constitutional project? Among the most striking challenges were (1) assuring significant participation in a complex national scenario: only 15% of Mexicans think that a democracy is a system where everyone collaborates; (2) communicating effectively to a population of non-lawyers and political scientists what a Constitution is about and what it is not, and (3) convincing politicians that participation does not end with an opinion or a photo, but with a constructive dialogue and many feedback loops.

    The story involves a diversity of characters and organizations from all sectors. Carlos Cruz, member of the working group in charge of the drafting of the constitutional project and head of an NGO that promotes citizen security among vulnerable youth, tried to communicate to his older peers that technology was not just a thing for the youth but a powerful political tool. Carlo Patricio, a 17 year old who still can't vote yet gathered 20 thousand signatures to push for the rescuing of Mexico City’s rivers. Ilse González, who led a coalition of 13 universities proposing a "list of 10 undeniables" to be included in the constitutional text.

    Overall more than 300,000 people participated in one way or another. Some participatory mechanisms were more successful than others in terms of the participatory flow and outcomes. This process has no precedent in Mexican history. The platform shows that massive participation can be systematized, orderly and rich, demystifying notions of people being disengaged and unknowledgable. Finally, even if it was possible to combine offline and online mechanisms to assure inclusiveness, dealing with the digital gap is still a major obstacle.

    Bernardo Rivera Muñozcano and Diego Cuesy
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    11:45 - 12:00
    Les travaux de la Cour des comptes en matière d’ « Open Data »
     Innovation publique - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    L’animation d’un atelier au Palais d’Iéna permettrait de faire un bilan des actions de la Cour des comptes dans le cadre de son engagement au sein du plan national, de présenter les données qui ont été ouvertes et les actions à venir. La Cour pourrait associer une ou plusieurs Institutions supérieures de contrôle partenaires ( Sénégal, Côte d’Ivoire) . Cet atelier permettra à la Cour des comptes de : - Présenter les résultats de la première « data session » des 27 et 28 mai derniers à la Cour des comptes, qui visait à identifier et fédérer une communauté d’utilisateurs des données des juridictions financières et faire émerger des projets numériques innovants autour de leurs travaux - Présenter les résultats du séminaire professionnel de l’Association des ISC Ayant en Commun l’Usage du Français dédié à l’Open Data en octobre 2016.

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    12:00 - 12:15
    Mobile technologies and open data as tools for enhancing accountability and transparency in extractives industries in DRCongo
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    The session will allow participants to better understand how mobile technologies and open data can be used to enhance accountability and transparency in a specific field. Participants in this session will become able to understand for instance how tech can help to monitor revenues and taxes generated by extractives industries and participants will have great insight on how the money are spent by authorities.

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    12:15 - 12:30
    Atelier citoyen SGMAP
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    12:30 - 12:45
    Open Information Booklet - New technologies for proactive transparency and more accountable institutions
     Accès à l'information - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    machine-readable form, will significantly contribute to improving access to information with full implementation and improved level of proactive transparency.

    The process of developing this measure represents the excellent example on how the Government should cooperate with civil society organizations, which is one of the key prerequisites for the open government concept as well as one of the primary objectives of the Open Government Partnership. The measure was developed at the initiative of civil society organizations, during the process of drafting the Serbia National Action Plan for the period 2016-17. Civil society organizations have participated in all phases of drafting this measure, including exchange of views and meetings with relevant authorities that are to be involved in realization of this measure.

    Creating the unified information system that would allow publishing of the Information Booklet in open format will contribute to:

    • Disclosure of all information in accordance with the Law on Free Access to Information of Public Importance • More efficient and faster filling of information in the Information Booklets by the authorities (through the on-line application) • Creating list of all information held by public authorities • Timely update of information • Easier exchange of information between authorities • Reducing the number of applications for access to information • Citizen participation would be significantly improved, as well as the watchdog role of the media and control of citizens over the work of public authorities • Significant improvement of public administration, since all the information will be available in a single central database, to public bodies, as well as to citizens • Stakeholders would be able to easily and quickly access the necessary information, the information could be processed, crossed, compared, and analyzed • Improvement of the system of control of enforcement of the Law on Free Access to Information of Public Importance, by increasing the efficiency and quality of supervision

    Publishing the information about the operation of a public authority, or created during, or related to the operation of a public authority in open format allows subsequent processing of this information and facilitates the development of digital services and solutions for certain social services or social change. A few examples to illustrate: - Disclosure of information on the number of employees in open format would allow more effective planning of reforms relating to public sector employees

    - Publishing information on the procedures for the provision of public services would allow creation of a web or mobile application that will provide needed information to the citizens about the required documentation

    There will be two speakers at the session: Dragana Brajovic, Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self government, and Danijela Bozovic, Belgrade Open School. They will present problem, solution, challenges, benefits and way of cooperation in developing the commitment.The presentation will include two/three short animation/clips. Needed technical equipment: computer, a projector, a projection screen, 2 microphones, and wifi.

    Dragana Brajovic, Ministry of Public Administration and Local-Self Government, Danijela Bozovic, Belgrade Open School
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    12:45 - 13:00
    Accramobile, or how to collect and open never-before-seen data on mobility in an African city.
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    With a current population of about 4 million and more than a million people commuting daily to the city for various socio-economic activities, Accra is faced with a significant public transport and mobility challenge. In 2015, AMA – in partnership with AFD and Concordia University (Canada) – gathered data on over 300 active trotro routes and hundreds of stops.

    Every trotro route registered with local authorities was surveyed by a team of data collectors using GPS-enabled smartphones. This data was then used to design the first map of Accra’s transport network – unveiled by the mayor of the city in December 2015.

    A few months later, Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) organized the first ever Accra TroTro Apps Challenge. The competition brought together key players from the transport sector and the technology ecosystem to develop smartphone applications aimed at improving mobility in Accra. After 24 hours of brainstorming and coding, close to 10 apps were proposed by young entrepreneurs and developers.

    AFD financed new transport infrastructures and services in Accra, such as corridors of the Ghanean capital. With Accramobile AFD wanted to promote more efficient uses of the existing transport system by helping find smarter ways for people to navigate the city.

    Gwenael Prié
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    13:00 - 13:15
    IRM Civic
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Nous souhaitons lors de notre intervention présenter l'expérience de OGP Dialogue Tunisie, l'initiative de IRM civique, le besoin de développer des outils qui démocratisent le processus, le développement d'outils de dialogues avec toutes les parties prenantes non représenter dans les commissions et aussi avec les bénéficiaires directes des services.

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    13:15 - 13:30
    e-Participation for Socially Disadvantaged People
     Innovation publique - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    How can civic tech facilitate empathy-building among socially disadvantaged groups — disaster victims; aborigines; homeless; mentally and physically handicapped people?

    This talk chronicles our 9-month policymaking process jointly created by three Taipei city agencies:

    • Social affairs bureau
    • Department of information technology
    • Civic participation council

    Combining best practices from the French CNDP and Taiwan’s NDC, our methodology include joint fact-discovery with stakeholder groups; multi-modal presentation of shared reflections; and mixed-reality channels for accessible participation.

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    13:30 - 13:45
    Fighting a networked problem with a networked solution - the Global Beneficial Ownership Register
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The scale of global corruption and money laundering has been estimated to be somewhere between US$1.6 trillion (UN) and US$2 trillion (United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime). According to World Bank research, 70% of grand corruption cases used anonymous companies to launder money. In the wake of G20, G8 & EU AMLD developments, more and more countries are are announcing national registers of beneficial ownership, the more far-sighted ones such as the UK are making these public and open. There has been a radical transformation in understanding the importance of corporate transparency, who controls companies and how they control them. Civil society, far-sighted governments such as the UK, law enforcement and socially responsible businesses have all understood the importance of such critical information being public.

    The register is being created by a coalition of international organizations, including Global Witness, Open Contracting Partnership, OpenCorporates, The B Team, The Web Foundation, and Transparency International The register will promote beneficial ownership transparency, a system where the true owners of companies can be uniquely identified, eliminating the ability to use anonymous shell companies to hide illegal or corrupt activities.

    The Global Beneficial Ownership Register (GBOR) would enable businesses to know who they are doing business with, financial institutions to know who their customers are, citizens to see who benefits from public funds, and law enforcement to hold individuals accountable for crime and corruption. Corruption is bad for business, adding up to 10% to the cost of doing business globally, and is equivalent to a 20% tax on foreign businesses. It undermines competition and financial stability, and undercuts investments in human capital and sustainable development. Corruption is a global problem – but developing countries suffer the worst losses from illicit financial flows. Research by ONE Campaign showed this to be at least a trillion dollars a year.

    In this workshop, we will showcase the progress of the register and how governments and civil society can support this project.

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    13:45 - 14:00
    New approach to data journalism: The Nanny Technique
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The Nanny Technique - our own news agency

    Having realized the strong effect of this barrier, the volunteers of the Ha'Sadna created a so called internal news agency. The agency consists of researchers, editors and new media specialists who are compiling stories from the vast amounts of available data. Rather than being self-published, these stories are then passed on to independent media outlets. In other words, the Ha'Sadna detects good story material, carries out a thoroughly research of the subject matter, packages it as a newspaper item with a catchy title and reaches out to investigative journalists in established media outlets. The latter present the stories to their own editors and generally succeed in publishing them. The stories which do not get placed in the mainstream media are instead published in the Ha'Sadna’s blog. In addition, the Ha'Sadna makes extensive use of its Twitter account to publicize government procurement contracts of special interest. Some of the tweets that have caught the public eye have addressed the expensive contracts with media advisors, corruption allegations, and in-depth analysis of the education system, eventually reaching the front pages of Israeli newspapers. As a result the majority of the followers of the Ha'Sadna’s Twitter account are now reporters and editors from leading national newspapers who are waiting for a chance to publish information released by the Ha'Sadna.

    Results

    Dozens of various news items, including television and radio interviews, front page headlines in financial newspapers, and in-depth investigations, have established the Ha'Sadna as the no. 1 source of investigative journalism in Israel.

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    14:00 - 14:15
    Présentation du projet OpenScol
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Présentation des objectifs et des différentes phases du projet qui vise à mettre à la disposition des usagers internes et externes les données publiques incluses dans les tableaux de bord liés à l'enseignement scolaire et à industrialiser cette mise à disposition pour une utilisation aisée pour tous types de données (hébergement, conception des représentation des données et industrialisation).

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    14:15 - 14:30
    Stig : la volonté générale au service des citoyens et des élus
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    1. Présentation de Stig

    • Multi-échelle : Stig est une application civictech de démocratie participative qui rassemble les idées des citoyens et met en lumière les plus plébiscitées à l'échelle nationale et à l'échelle des collectivités locales.
    • Trois actions principales : proposer une idée, voter pour ou contre les autres propositions et enfin les améliorer avec des amendements.
    • Volonté générale : l'algorithme de Stig attribue une note à chaque idée, le StigScore, qui représente son succès auprès des citoyens. Cette note est calculée à partir des votes des citoyens. En classant les idées par StigScore, la volonté générale apparaît en temps réel.
    • Compte Assemblée Nationale : poste automatiquement sur Stig les propositions de lois des députés grâce à l'open data de l'Assemblée Nationale.
    • Mise en oeuvre des différentes fonctions : le design de l'expérience utilisateur est primordial pour faciliter l'utilisation des nouveaux outils civic tech et leur appropriation par les citoyens. Stig a été conçu avec l'objectif de permettre à tous de participer, quelque soit sa connaissance du numérique.

    2. Implication des élus et des médias

    • Partenaires médias : afin de faire connaître les idées citoyennes qui ont le plus de succès. Parmi nos partenaires : Accropolis (émission Stig Week), Le Drenche, ... d'autres à venir.
    • Stig Digest : les idées les plus plébiscitées chaque semaine par email.
    • Élus : comptes élus Stig avec tableaux de bord de statistiques pour faciliter la gestion des collectivités et connaître les besoins des citoyens.

    3. Call to Action

    • Participer à Stig
    • Partager ses idées
    • Passer à l'action !

    Intervenant :

    Jérémie Paret est le co-fondateur et concepteur de Stig. Spécialiste du digital et plus particulièrement du mobile, il était auparavant responsable d'une équipe de concepteurs dans une agence de formation.

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    14:30 - 14:45
    Refugee Rights Data Project
     Libertés fondamentales et droits de l'homme - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    This short pitch will be delivered by the founder of Refugee Rights Data Project, Marta Welander, who has ample experience with public speaking on BBC and Al-Araby live TV and in front of vast seminar audiences. It will be a short an snappy introduction to the innovative thinking behind the Refugee Rights Data Project, making the case for increased data collection to underpin any work that calls for the rights and dignity of people to be upheld. The speaker will give concrete examples of the striking absence of data and reliable information relating to the refugee crisis, and will then proceed to presenting some brief examples of powerful graphs that emerged from our pilot data collection study in Calais, France. She will explain the aims of RRDP's work which are: to enable policymakers and influencers to identify specific problem areas and formulating a sustainable response through firm and meaningful action; and to encourage an evidence-based, constructive and non-emotive public debate and solidarist response across host societies in Europe. The speaker will briefly outline how the RRDP was able to use this data to reach a wide range of audiences, including parliamentarians at UK and EU level, major international media outlets, and key players on the humanitarian field such as Doctors of the World and UNICEF. The speaker will end the pitch by discussing briefly how other groups may wish to replicate our model to maximise the impact of their work aimed at documenting rights violations and calling for accountability of governments in the field of human rights and humanitarian standards. Lastly, if the organisers see appropriate, we would welcome questions at the end, however this is not essential.

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    14:45 - 15:00
    Partnerships for data driven climate resilience
     Climat et développement durable - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    This session will highlight efforts of the recently launched Partnership for Resilience and Preparedness (PREP) and complementary public-private partnerships to catalyze data-informed decision-making for climate resilience. A demonstration of the PREP platform will be followed by a discussion on accessing and using climate data, as well as overcoming barriers to sharing locally generated climate risk findings.

    Mark Robinson (World Resources Institute), Ana Pinheiro Privette (USGCRP)
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    15:00 - 15:15
    Public Innovation Labs in Latin America and the Caribbean
     Innovation publique - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Latin-Americans continue to have very low levels of confidence in their representative institutions, while their demands for better public services and more transparency keep rising. According to Latinobarómetro 2015, 65% of the people living in the 17 countries where the survey was conducted have low or no confidence in government (67% in the Judiciary and 69% in Congress). At the same time, Latin-America is the region with the highest level of social media usage in the world, as well as the region where internet and social media penetration grow at the highest rate. This gave birth to a new digital citizenship that is more connected and better informed, and carries higher demands for a more robust democracy and better public services. In this context, a growing amount of governments are creating public innovation labs as part of their Open Government agendas, thus differentiating this process from the origin of most innovation labs outside the region. As many examples show (Quito, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Río de Janeiro, Uruguay), Latin-American labs were founded within the OG agendas with the intent of connecting the State and citizens through new digital interfaces, opening data and enhancing participation of the civil society and co-creation. My presentation will discuss this fundamental difference towards other labs in the rest of the world, as well as its effects on the overall characteristics of Latin-American labs, including their methodologies, their main activities and the challenges they face. To this end, I will present a publication from the Inter-American Development Bank, where Latin-American labs are characterized through an analysis of their methodologies and their effectiveness in the promotion of Open Government innovations in the rest of their respective governments. The publication can be downloaded from https://publications.iadb.org/handle/11319/7874.

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    15:15 - 15:30
    Mapping the Uses of Open Data: Results from Around the Globe
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Businesses, nonprofits, and citizens are using open data to launch new ventures, analyze trends, make data-driven decisions, and solve complex problems around the world. This session will draw on the Open Data Impact Map - a public database of organizations that use open government data around the world - to demonstrate the ways in which open data is being used for sustainable development. The session will showcase a range a range of examples across sectors, regions, and applications - from improving access to public services to scientific research to optimizing business processes.

    In 2016, the Center for Open Data Enterprise and the Open Data for Development (OD4D) Network launched the Open Data Impact Map to provide governments, international organizations, and researchers with a more comprehensive understanding of this demand for open data. By showing how many diverse organizations are using open data in innovative ways, these examples provide a compelling rationale for growing government data programs. Understanding data users can help us prioritize datasets, inform investments, and inspire new applications for economic growth and social good.

    Audrey Ariss
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    15:30 - 15:45
    Le côté obscur du gouvernement ouvert
     Libertés fondamentales et droits de l'homme - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Le gouvernement ouvert, la démocratie participative, l'intelligence collective, la civictech, l'open data... représentent un formidable potentiel pour améliorer la transparence et le fonctionnement des institutions, stimuler l'innovation publique, renforcer la redevabilité des élus, mieux prendre en compte les attentes des citoyens et les faire pleinement participer à la vie publique... en bref, faire progresser la République et la démocratie.

    Tout en demeurant enthousiaste sur ce potentiel, il apparait nécessaire d'être vigilant sur les risques, souvent mal connus, que peuvent receler certaines pratiques. Ne pas anticiper ces risques peut, en effet, conduire à des inefficacités ou des effets contre-productifs, voire nocifs à plus ou moins long terme.

    Cette présentation s'efforcera d'identifier quelques-uns de ces risques, de les évaluer à leur juste mesure et de proposer des pistes concrètes pour les prévenir. Son objectif est de stimuler l'esprit critique de l'audience sur ces questions, d'inviter ses participants à engager une discussion, et de promouvoir le développement de pratiques vertueuses qui soient véritablement au service des citoyens, de la République et de la démocratie.

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    15:45 - 16:00
    How to convince a government - the Israeli way to State Budget transparency
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    In late 2010, Israel’s state budget was scattered around the web, spread between over a hundred files in different formats. The budget contained more than 16,000 articles - none had annotations, some were long obsolete, others had garbled text, or were simply titled “miscellaneous“ and “other”. Think-tanks, politicians and civil society organizations have been sounding the alarm about the Ministry of Finance’s (MoF) excessive control over the budgeting process, its lack of transparency, and the inability of the members of parliament and the broader public alike to access, understand and monitor it - all to no avail. Until in 2010 the stars aligned. A curious techie met a visionary minister, and they both got carried away by the tidal wave of the glocal Occupy Movement. Fast forward to the year 2016. The MoF’s Budget Department is now regularly releasing all data on budget allocation, execution and ongoing changes. It has also developed a web app to query and analyze the budget, and published videos explaining the budget to citizens. The number of budget articles has been significantly reduced, and the data quality improved and complemented by clarifications. The MoF’s rhetoric evolved from: “The masses will not and should not understand the budget. If we openly publish it, they may corrupt or misinterpret the data” to “Transparency is good for the Office as much as it is for the citizens. Giving away the power over the budget to the parliament and the Ministries is the best thing we can do for democracy and efficient governance”. The process was long and tedious, with setbacks and moments of despair when political leadership failed, communication went awry and resources were drained. But the determination of the actors, both the civil servants who believed in the cause and simple citizens who did not lose faith in democracy, saved the day.

    This is an instructive story on how to bring OGP commitments to life. Israel’s lessons can serve other countries who want to advance government transparency and learn to mobilize civil society efficiently.

    The pitch will be done by Mary Loitsker and Dr. Tehilla Shwartz Altshuler.

    Mary Loitsker is the community manager of the Public Knowledge Workshop and open data activist.

    Dr. Tehilla Shwartz Altshuler is the head of the Media Reform Project and the Open Government Project at the Israel Democracy Institute. She is also a lecturer at the Hebrew University Federmann School of Public Policy and Government. Her research interests include freedom of information; open government; and the friction between technology and democracy.

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    16:00 - 16:15
    Local government and CSOs: story of a rebuilt alliance in Southern Italy
     Déclinaison dans les villes - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    In June 2013, the city of Messina voted for a mayor expression of a civic movement committed to transparency and participation. Renato Accorinti unexpected victory had its roots in a long and ongoing period of crisis both for Messina and the whole country, whose evidences are still visible. So visible to make Accorinti, the day after the vote, declare: “Now I know what is like to be the mayor of Hiroshima after World War II”. Messina is facing an economical and political default which led to a moral and social bankruptcy: the unemployment rate is above 50%, the graduated youth leaving the town to find a job up to 60%, the two former mayors have both been arrested and condemned and more than an half of the current city council sued for fraud. The population’s demands for job, welfare, environment and social housing policies are growing. The answer is still scarce. Despite everyday issues (i.e. insufficient funds for wages, Union’s outcries, delayed balances approval, malfunctioning services), the current administration is committed to rebuild the broken alliance between local government and citizens. Coherently with this policy, in February 2016 the municipality of Messina signed an agreement with the no-profit association Parliament Watch Italia (PWI), to promote a common Open Government reforms roadmap, subsequently shared with other CSOs. In the last year some goals have been reached, particularly significants for a territory which never engaged before such issues. The three most important goals will be presented during the pitch, with a synthetic description of the processes that permitted to get there. 1) The participation of the city to the Italian 2016-2018 NAP: Messina is selected as pilot local government for two commitments. The city is also participating as the only Italian Municipality to the OGP Subnational Government Pilot Program (leader's tier level). 2) The organization of a participatory roundtable to develop a plan, funded by Italian Government, on the local Digital Agenda. Five CSOs submitted projects about Welfare, Work & Education, Culture and Transparency after a two months work with the municipality. One of these projects aims at developing an Open Government local plan, that will be presented in details at the Summit, coherent with the national one. 3) The organization, still in progress, of a national project to export in other Italian local governments the practices experimented in Messina and in other pilot areas. The project will be launched at the Global Summit. During the pitch Parliament Watch Italia will present the project's roadmap and the partnerships, both from institutions and civil society.

    PWI member Alessio Caspanello and Messina council member Sergio De Cola
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    16:15 - 16:30
    Resilient Cities: How open data can unlock opportunities to make cities more sustainable
     Climat et développement durable - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The pitch will run by Jean-Noé Landry (Open North) and Jessica Weereratne (Open Data Institute)for approximately ten minutes and will be accompanied by a powerpoint presentation.

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    16:30 - 16:45
    Open data, entre crainte d’ubérisation des services publics et volonté d’améliorer l’action publique.
     Innovation publique - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Un premier tour de table permettra à chaque intervenant de se présenter et de témoigner des bénéfices et des questionnements autour de l’ouverture des données pour son territoire et pour les services rendus par son institution. L’animateur invitera ensuite les intervenants à partager leurs convictions sur des questions telles que :
    - Comment concilier open data et communication institutionnelle ?
    - Les algorithmes comme outil d'aide à la prise de décision des pouvoirs publiques ?
    - Comment apprécier le risque de perte de visibilité des pouvoirs publics avec l’ouverture des données ?
    - N'y a-t-il pas un risque d'affaiblissement des pouvoirs publics qui seraient supplantés dans leurs missions face à des initiatives privées ou de la société civile ?
    - Quelle place les acteurs privés peuvent avoir dans la chaîne de mise en oeuvre des services publiques, notamment sur l’information aux citoyens ?
    - Comment faire des services publics nouvelle génération dans un monde connecté ?

    L’animateur introduira chacune de ces questions en rappelant les enjeux associés. La salle sera invitée à s’exprimer en répondant à une question. Puis les intervenants pourront rebondir sur les résultats du sondage de la salle et partager leur point de vue.

    La table ronde sera animée par Laurent Mercey. Les intervenants seront : - Un préfet ou secrétaire général
    - Un élu de collectivité
    - Un universitaire
    - Un entrepreneur
    - Un intervenant de la société civile

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    16:45 - 17:00
    Opening up Gender Data for Sustainable Development
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Web Foundation and Data2X will share lessons learned from the Techmousso gender data initiative in Côte d'Ivoire via a 10 minute documentary. Moderated by Web Foundation, the session will discuss and try and find consensus on the most critical gender data needs that the OGP Open Data working group may want to shade more light on in the next years.

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    17:00 - 17:15
    TICTeC @ OGP: Research into the real-world impacts of civic technology
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    This session will examine some of the key research findings from the world of civic tech during 2016, and will look forward to the research currently being conducted. Importantly, it will ask questions of the audience concerning research priorities in civic technology, what these priorities should be, what the barriers are to conducting successful research into civic technology, and what solutions might be employed.

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    17:15 - 17:30
    U-report Cameroun votre voix compte: Un dispositif de redevabilité sociale porté par une faitière professionnelle des jeunes de la société civile
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Le U-Report est un outil de redevabilité social et de dialogue social basé sur la technologie SMS qui offre l’opportunité aux communautés d’échanger avec les exécutifs communaux afin de résoudre les problèmes auxquels elles font face au quotidien. Les populations s’inscrivent grâce a un numero vert (gratuit pour les utilisateurs), en envoyant « joindre » par SMS au 8555. Ils deviennent ainsi des U-Reporters qui agissent comme des relais pour faire remonter les besoins de leurs communautés.

    Une fois enregistré, elles participent de façon hebdomadaire à un sondage sur les thématiques prioritaires du développement national: Budget d’investissement public, la prévention contre le VIH/SIDA, la malnutrition des enfants, l’eau et l’assainissement, la protection de l’enfant, la santé de la mère et de l’enfant et l’éducation de base, ect.

    Les résultats obtenus sont désagrégées par âge, genre, région, ou commune et cartographiés. Ils sont par la suite partagés avec les U-Reporters et les décideurs.

    Comme inscrit dans les ODD auxquels le Cameroun a souscrit, le U-Report se présente comme une solution à la participation communautaire en général et celui des jeunes en particulier

    Le U-Report donne la possibilité aux citoyens de faire entendre leur voix et aux décideurs de prendre connaissance des problèmes des populations afin d'impulser une réponse adéquate dans le but d'améliorer leurs conditions.

    Cet exposé sera présenté par Jean Gervais AYISSI ,Expert en Gouvernance. 22 ans d'expérience.

    Les cinq facteurs du dispositif L’information : réduire le faible taux d’accès à l’information par toutes les parties prenantes et par catégorie d’acteurs ; 2. L’action de l’Etat (Gouvernement/Ministère sectoriel/PNDP : réflexion stratégique à l’amélioration de la décentralisation au Cameroun…amélioration des politiques publiques) ; 3. Mobilisation sociale (droit de regard des populations et accroitre la redevabilité des programmes et des élus locaux) ; 4. Interface avec l’Etat (dialogue de gestion et de pilotage de la performance, plans d’action mutuels d’amélioration de la qualité des services rendus aux populations sur la base de sondage sur l’esprit d’initiative, la transparence budgétaire, le rendement, la promotion de l’institution communale (image) ; 5. Action des citoyens (moteurs du développement, interlocuteurs de premier plan de la commune, forte capacité d’actions endogènes).

    U-Report un outil pour: Le prix de la performance qui est un remboursement proportionnel des investissements consentis par une commune pour obtenir une performance qui la distingue des autres communes par l’amélioration/accroissement de l’offre de services aux usagers de la commune.

    Principal défi: Engager les décideurs a utiliser le U-Report comme un outil de bonne gouvernance et d’amélioration de la qualité de service Eduquer et engager les populations afin de rendre jour après jour plus crédibles les résultats Engager les operateurs de téléphonie mobile dans le cadre de la RSE Engager les hommes de media pour participer à la vulgarisation de cet outil de redevabilité social

    U-Réport est un outil numérique du Citizen Scordcards;

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    17:30 - 17:45
    Histoire et transparence : l'ouverture numérique des archives de France
     Accès à l'information - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Les services d'archives français conservent plus de 4000 km d'archives papier et des centaines de To de données numériques, de l'époque mérovingienne à nos jours. Mémoire individuelle et collective, outil au service de l'apprentissage des savoirs et de la citoyenneté, les très riches archives françaises ont très tôt emprunté la voie numérique. En 2016, plus de 400 millions de documents numérisés et des dizaines de milliers d'inventaires sont accessibles gratuitement en ligne, ce qui en fait la première ressource culturelle française en ligne après l'audiovisuel. Ces ressources, réparties sur plus de 300 sites Internet, doivent aujourd'hui répondre aux nouveaux usages des publics qui appréhendent Internet comme un outil global et non comme la juxtaposition de sites spécialisés : référencement par les grands moteurs de recherche généralistes, possibilité de téléchargement/redistribution, co-construction de contenus avec les acteurs du monde des archives. Pour atteindre cet objectif, le ministère de la culture et de la communication (service interministériel des Archives de France) porte, en partenariat avec d'autres départements ministériels et avec le concours de l'ensemble du réseau des services d'archives, le projet de portail FranceArchives.fr qui ouvrira fin 2016 : agrégateur de données, outil de valorisation de contenus d'origines diverses (Archives nationales, Archives départementales, municipales, Archives diplomatiques, Archives du ministère de la défense, etc.), le portail FranceArchives.fr fédèrera l'ensemble des sites Internet des services d'archives, permettant aux internautes de retrouver aisément des contenus dont ils ignorent la localisation physique ou numérique. Tous les contenus dont l'ouverture est juridiquement possible seront placés sous Licence Ouverte d'Etalab, pour en favoriser la réutilisation. A l'heure où les citoyens pourraient imaginer que ce qui n'est pas accessible sur Internet n'existe pas, FranceArchives.fr, en pointant vers les images numérisées, mais aussi vers les inventaires descriptifs des milliers de kilomètres de documents non numériques, évitera que des pans entiers de notre mémoire collective ne sombrent dans l'oubli.

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    17:45 - 18:00
    Detect Risky Procurements with Redflags.eu
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The Red Flags project aims to enhance the transparency of public procurements and support the fight against corrupt procurements. It provides an interactive tool that allows the monitoring of procurement processes and their implementation by citizens, journalists or even public officials and catch fraud risks at different stages of the procurement process. The Red Flags tool automatically checks procurement documents from the Tenders Electronic Daily (TED) and filters risky procurements through a special algorithm. Although risky does not mean corrupt, flagged procurement documents are worth checking. Users can subscribe to receive alerts if risky procurements are published (generally or in their special field of interest). Red Flags is a common project of K-Monitor, PetaByte and Transparency International Hungary, with the support of the European Comission. Read more about the tool here: http://k.blog.hu/2016/06/06/redflags_english

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    18:00 - 18:15
    EVALUATHON - retour sur la méthode d'inclusion des services publics numériques
     Libertés fondamentales et droits de l'homme - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Le débat permettra d'évaluer la démarche d'évaluathon: ces points forts, les axes d'améliorations, les actions d'approfondissement à mener notamment en terme de mobilisation des administrations pour obtenir la labellisation de leurs services numériques

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    18:15 - 18:30
    Measuring job creation initiatives in Nigeria via Open Data
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The event will seek to highlight the difficulties faced by my organization and others in accessing data relating to job creation initiatives in Nigeria. We will be using inforgraphic to show the common trends in writing for request for information and the time frames between when first responses are received and the common information denial trends.

    We will also show the number of government organisations we have had to threaten with legal actions before any response was availed us, the nature of the responses received and the shortcomings in the data often released by the government organisations.

    We will also do a comparative analysis presentation on how various powerful agencies of government often resort to legal actions to stall requests within the ambit of the laws as found in the FOI ACT.

    I shall be leading the presentation and will solicit help from volunteers to help with the slides and other aspects of the presentation.

    Moderation shall be via a panel that will take responses and direct them to me.

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    18:30 - 18:45
    Move from Open to Accountable Governments:
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Intervenants:

    Lorenzo Delesgues est le fondateur de VOXMAPP et enseigne à Science-po Paris : « Transparency and accountability in post-conflict environments ». Il a une expérience de travail et de nombreuses publications sur des sujets liés à la transparence et à la redevabilité. Il est le co-fondateur et ancien directeur de Integrity Watch Afghanistan, qui a conjointement reçu le Google Global Impact Challenge Award en 2013.

    Nadia Kribeche, associée de VOXMAPP, est avocate au Barreau de Paris depuis 2002, avec en plus un cursus universitaire en philosophie. Elle a aussi une expérience en tant que consultante juridique au Ministère des finances, de l’économie et du numérique. Nadia a été également enseignante en droit à la Sorbonne durant deux années.

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    18:45 - 19:00
    Mieux analyser la performance de la fiscalité et de l’aide sociale par la simulation micro du système socio-fiscal français
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Ce projet nécessite la construction d’un modèle de micro-simulation du système socio-fiscal français, qui soit capable de simuler le système existant et son remplacement par une réforme globale intégrant toutes les dimensions touchées par la réforme. Dans un monde idéal, la base de données sur laquelle pourrait tourner un tel modèle mobiliserait l’ensemble des données administratives de chaque dispositif appariées au niveau individuel. Un tel ensemble de données n’existe malheureusement pas à l’heure actuelle, et ne sera pas disponible avant 2018-19 si les avancées sur les appariements de données contenues dans la loi numérique sont confirmées. Dans l’immédiat, notre ambition est de transformer l’outil de micro-simulation de l’IPP, TAXIPP.

    Un modèle de micro simulation s’appuie sur deux composantes distinctes: i) une programmation de la législation ; ii) des données individuelles représentatives de la population. L’IPP dispose aujourd’hui de modèles permettant le calcul de l’ensemble de la législation socio-fiscale française de 1990 à 2016. L’essentiel du travail à réaliser consiste à mobiliser des nouvelles sources de données administratives pour constituer les données sources du fonctionnement des modèles.

    Dans la dernière version de TAXIPP, le modèle de simulation de la législation socio-fiscale s’appuie sur le calculateur OpenFisca – co-développé par l’IPP, Etalab, France Stratégie et l’Idep – afin de mutualiser une programmation la plus fidèle possible de la législation mise en place effectivement.

    Concernant la simulation des données individuelles, la nouveauté de notre approche est d’envisager d’utiliser directement les données administratives avec toute la richesse des informations concernant les détails de la législation (niches fiscales, etc.), notamment la version la plus récente des fichiers des Enquêtes Revenus fiscaux et sociaux (ERFS), ce qui permettra des calculs plus fins, moins dépendants d’hypothèses, et d’obtenir une meilleure représentation de la population française et donc aboutir à des résultats plus fiables de simulation de réformes.

    Les enjeux sont notamment de collecter des données plus précises et représentatives sur les hauts revenus et sur les bas revenus, d’obtenir de la Cnaf des données sociales détaillées et de pouvoir apparier les données fiscales et sociales ainsi obtenues. Nous illustrerons les difficultés méthodologiques rencontrées à travers l’examen d’un exemple de réforme globale du système socio-fiscal français.

    Antoine Bozio est directeur de l'Institut des politiques publiques (IPP)

    Yann Coatanlem est president du Club Praxis

    Antoine Bozio et Yann Coatanlem
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      Palais de Tokyo - Power
    Langue : Anglais

    The roundtable will address public engagement in fiscal policies, with the presence of ministers/secretaries of the budget of various countries that have recently advanced public participation in the budget process. Ministers of Finance will be sharing experiences of public participation with positive impacts on service delivery, resource efficiency and trust in communities, and will endorse their countries' commitment to raise civic participation in fiscal policy.

    Speakers will share their country commitments on public participation in the budgetary process, and will discuss the challenges and opportunities they face in their implementation. There will be a variety of experiences in terms of the budgetary cycle, and of the objectives of public participation, including the effective use of public resources and effective delivery of public services.

    This OGP's Fiscal Transparency Working Group session is co-sponsored by the World Bank, the International Budget Partnership and the Global Initiative for Fiscal Transparency.

    Mr. Álvaro García Rodríguez, Director General, Office of Planning and Budget, Uruguay; Mr. Romuald Wadagni, Minister of Economy and Finance, Benin; Mr. Fernando Galindo, Undersecretary of Expenditure, Secretary of the Treasury, Mexico; Mr. Riadh Mouakhar, Minister of Local Affairs and Environment, Tunisia; Dr. Kay Brown, Chief Director, Budget Planning, National Treasury, South Africa; Mr. Rolando Toledo, Director, Fiscal Planning and Reforms Bureau, The Philippines. Moderator: Juan Pablo Guerrero,GIFT/ FOWG
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    10:45 - 11:35
    OGP as a key platform to support the SDGs: shared experiences in developing action plans
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais de Tokyo - Power
    Langue : Anglais

    In January 2016, Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development (SDG 2030) came into force and marked the beginning of the challenge of 15 years to effectively implement 17 ambitious goals that seek, among others, ending extreme poverty and hunger; improve the quality of health and education; and reduce environmental impact.

    OGP member countries pledged to use the National Action Plans to adopt commitments that serve as effective tools to promote transparent and accountable implementation of the SDG 2030. OGP participating governments and civil society organizations endorsed the Joint Declaration on Open Government for the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

    However, endorsing the declaration is not enough. To make real progress, political commitment must be translated into concrete action. Paraguay and other 40 countries this year took their first steps towards developing their open government actions plans 2016-2018 taking into account this declaration. That decision helped to ensure that open government commitments are focused on global priorities and on improve people’s day-to-day life. It will be crucial to have a forum where these first experiences could be shared.

    Pilar Avello, Water Governance Officer at Stockholm International Water Institute; Philip Thigo, Advisor on Data & Innovation in Nairobi, Kenya; Soledad Núñez, Minister of Housing and Habitat, Government of Paraguay; Federico Sosa, Director General of Open Goverment, Planning Ministry, Government of Paraguay
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    12:45 - 13:35
    Open Data: Regional differences and challenges
     Open data et open ressources - Table ronde

      Palais de Tokyo - Power
    Langue : Anglais

    The current gap between open data haves and have-nots among different regions in the world needs urgent attention. Twenty-six of the top 30 countries in the Open Data Barometer ranking are high-income countries. Half of open datasets in the study are found in just the top 10 OECD countries, but in East Asia and the Pacific region or Latin America, income level is not always a good indicator of which countries will rank highest. No Sub-Saharan African country ranks in the top 40, while there are six counties from the region that are found in the bottom ten. As the UN pointed out last year, this gap in open data availability and use could create “a whole new inequality frontier” if allowed to persist.

    Open data champions in several developing countries have launched fledgling initiatives. Yet too often those good open data intentions are not adequately resourced, resulting in weak momentum and limited success. Donors should make it a priority to close the gap in open data availability and use between developed and less developed countries, not only by providing initial support and assistance but also by helping developing countries tackle and overcome long-standing barriers.

    The relevance of data for development is gaining political momentum; the data revolution is here. Governments, international organisations, and civil societies, among others, are joining forces to create benefits from open data for the development of nations. However, much work remains to be done to fill the open data gap between the different regions. In the words of Tim Berners-Lee “Inequality and poverty are about more than income – they are also about information.”

    By the hand of the regional partners of the Barometer we will make a tour through the similarities and differences of open data policies and practices in order to address the following questions:

    • What is the state of the play with respect to open data implementation all around the world?
    • How is open data different across world regions?
    • What are the main regional similarities and differences?
    • What regional tendencies could we detect?
    • What are the barriers that limit open data achieving scale in the developing world?
    • How could we effectively address the current regional gaps?

    Session’s plan:

    5 min. - Introduction.

    15 min. - Global Open Data Barometer findings.

    30 min. - Regional particularities (Africa, Asia, Western Europe and Latin-America)

    20 min. - Open discussion on key particularities and barriers. How can OGP become a platform to foster open data equality?

    10 min. - Conclusions and moving forward. Top 3 global commitments to close the open data gap.

    Participants (TBC):

    • East Asia and the Pacific: Jakarta Open Data Lab - Michael Canares.
    • Eurasia: UNDP Europe and Central Asia / ODECA - Shelley Inglis.
    • Latin America: University of Manchester - Felipe González-Zapata.
    • Sub Saharan Africa: Local Development Research Institute - Muchiri Nyaggah.
    • North America: World Wide Web Foundation - Ana Brandusescu.
    • Panel moderator: Open Data Barometer - Carlos Iglesias.

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    13:45 - 14:35
    Open Research and Citizen Science
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Table ronde

      Palais de Tokyo - Power
    Langue : Anglais

    In this session we will have the chance to discuss both the sociological, logistical and applicative aspects of open research and citizen science.

    First we will introduce the current practices of citizen science and open research and what it can do today to accelerate knowledge exploration. Then, by taking examples from actual initiatives, we will discuss how it can scale and how it will impact our understanding of common interest problematics.

    Speakers :

    Thomas Landrain - Founder and CEO of La Paillasse, first open and community research lab in Europe - Moderator

    Marc Santolini - Researcher at the Network Science Institute and Harvard Medical School - Specialist of network analysis for group behaviors

    Dan Hammer - US Presidential Innovation Fellow in charge of NASA's API for Open Data. (to be confirmed)

    Zoran Popovic - Director of the Science Game Center - Co-creator of Fold-it, a serious game for helping research on protein folding and structure. (To be confirmed)

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    14:45 - 15:35
    Open Justice in Colombia
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais de Tokyo - Power
    Langue : Anglais

    The round table will count with three speakers from three different countries from Latin America. It will be necessary to count with a moderator, who will introduce the round table, presents the objective, the methodology and the participants. Every speaker will have ten minutes to present her or his experience. The moderator will have the opportunity to ask questions to every speaker, making the round table a conversation and generating a debate if necessary. Questions for the public (governments, journalist, civil organizations, think tanks and academy) will be accepted to qualify the discussion. Every presentation will answer the follow questions and subjects: A. Why the initiative? B. What is it aim for? C. What has it developed? D. What has it been achieved? E. Sustainability of the proposal. F. How to see the results of the strategy in the daily life of citizens at regional level?

    Each presentation will have a duration of 10 minutes, the panelists can count on a PPT or presentation. A document about the three experiences will be deliver to the attendees at least a week before the session. Questions and contributions that will not be answer at the session, will be by written to attendees´ emails two weeks before de session.

    As a product, this round table will give the opportunity to attendees to know each experience and generate a list of subjects that need to be review to design a strategy of transparency and accountability for the Judicial Branch.

    Héctor Mario Chayer, Coordinator of the Justice 2020 Program - Ministry of Justice and Human Rights. Judge Danilo Rojas Betancourth - President of the State Council of Colombia. Zarela Villanueva, President of the Supreme Court of Costa Rica. Moderator: Camilo Alberto Enciso Vanegas, Secretary of Transparency of Colombia.
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    15:45 - 16:35
    Tracking Progress on SDG16: National Level Monitoring of Effective, Accountable and Inclusive Institutions
     Climat et développement durable - Table ronde

      Palais de Tokyo - Power
    Langue : Anglais

    A key assumption underpinning international initiatives such as the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development are that performance-based indicators of progress can serve as inputs to both policy reform efforts as well as accountability efforts at the international and national levels. But do those assumptions hold up in practice, and are the data and reporting generated by these international initiatives helpful at a practical level for change agents both in and outside of government at the domestic level?

    This panel discussion will bring together reformers from both government and civil society at the domestic levels to unpack the utility and limits of international initiative monitoring and performance data as it impacts their work. The goal of the discussion is to surface practical ideas for how to enhance the practical utility of international data-driven monitoring efforts (such as those provided by the SDG Goal 16 and OGP) while simultaneously calibrating expectations around the limits of these efforts for political and social change efforts.

    The session will present outcomes from a longer-form workshop held earlier in the week on making international indicators work for accountability. The session will be interactive and use a moderated conversation approach rather than presentations. It will be an opportunity for OGP member states to present the work done around monitoring implementation of SDG16 and their linkages with OGP National Action Plans, sharing lessons of implementation and allowing participants to highlight other examples and foster collaboration and partnerships.

    Speakers include: Jairo Acuña-Alfaro (Policy Advisor, UNDP), Thomas Weeler (Saferworld), John Romano (Transparency, Accountability and Participation Network, TAP) Pranav Budhathoki (Local Interventions Group Nepal), Saba Buadze (Institute for Development of Freedom of Information, IDFI Georgia), Marcos Rodriguez (Secretary for Citizen Participation and Transparency, El Salvador)
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    16:45 - 17:35
    Children Speaking Up: developing meaningful engagement with government
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais de Tokyo - Power
    Langue : Anglais

    Session outline

    In this session a panel of children and adults will introduce the topic of children in open government from different perspectives followed by Q&A and open discussion.

    Children's own views

    The main focus of the proposed session will be children themselves. Children with experiences of engaging in civic action, government processes and media activities from Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America will share their views and recommendations on what hinders and enable their participation in open government at local and national levels. They will share how they engage with national and local government officials on policy development and decision-making. Two children from France, Grégoire Quelain and Camille Bilange, will attend the session in person. The other children will share their views and recommendation through a video.

    New research

    Ms Nora O'Connell, Associate Vice President, Public Policy and Advcocacy, Save the Children US, will present global research with more than 1.600 children on the realization of their civil rights and freedoms. The presentation will focus on the extent to which children can exercise their rights to freedom of expression, association, peaceful assembly and the right to access information, what obstacles they face and what needs to be done by adults to improve children’s access to these rights. Recommendations will also be made on how children’s rights, including their civil rights and freedoms and their right to participate in public affairs, could be further integrated into OGP national action plans.

    Ms Mieke Schuurman, Senior Policy and Advocacy Coordinator Children’s Rights and Child Participation, Eurochild, will present how Eurochild has involved in particular children with vulnerable backgrounds in the realization of their rights. She will also share the experience of co-organising a conference with a children’s advisory group on the need for governments to invest in children in July 2016.

    A government perspective

    Mr Harim Peiris, Advisor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sri Lanka, will reflect on how stronger alliances could be built with children to ensure that open government is implemented with avenues for children’s participation.

    In this session, children will present on what helps or hinders their meaningful engagement in governance processes. In addition to children’s own stories, the session will discuss global research on the realization of children’s civil and political rights, get the perspective of governments and share recommendations on how commitments to children’s participation in open government could be integrated into OGP national action plans.
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    17:45 - 18:35
    Blockchain's potential to reboot democracy
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Table ronde

      Palais de Tokyo - Power
    Langue : Anglais

    Virgile Deville is the secretary general of the Democracy Earth Foundation, a Y Combinator-backed startup building open source civic participation technology on the blockchain. Mr. Deville is also a cofounder of Open Source Politics, a French firm that implements free and open source tools and effective facilitation methods to facilitate collective decision-making.

    Florent Guignard (moderator) is the president and cofounder of Le Drenche, a French civic startup that publishes an innovative newspaper whose aim is to help readers to form their own opinions.

    Scott Hubli is the director of governance programs at the National Democratic Institute (NDI), a non-partisan, non-profit organization working in more than 60 countries to strengthen democratic institutions. Mr. Hubli supported NDI's cofounding of the Blockchain Trust Accelerator, an initiative aimed at advancing Blockchain technology through responsible, innovative and cutting edge pilot projects, with New America and Bitfury Group.

    Louis Margot-Duclot is legal director of Democracy Earth and the CEO of OpenOrg, a digital consultancy working to support the development of open startups.

    Tomicah Tillemann serves as director of the Bretton Woods II program at New America. He is a member of the advisory board of the BitFury Group, a leading provider of blockchain infrastructure, and cofounder of the Blockchain Trust Accelerator. He works with the firm to harness blockchain technology for governance and social impact applications. Between 2010 and 2014, Tillemann served under Hillary Clinton and John Kerry as the secretary of state's senior advisor for civil society and emerging democracies.

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      Palais de Tokyo - Tac
    Langue : Anglais

    This session will be led by Nicolas Terpolilli, the Chief Data Officer at OpenDataSoft.

    Participants should create an OpenDataSoft account before the session here: https://www.opendatasoft.com/discover-opendatasoft-demo/

    *The workshop will cover the following subjects: * 1. Importance of user-friendly design in Open Data Portals 2. Publishing a dataset: - Simple Dataset - Geographic Dataset - Publishing a Dataset with an API 3. How to make Open Data useful with analysis tools, map builders, and APIs

    Materials: Participants should come with a computer or tablet.

    Nicolas will select a dataset that is already available on a government Open Data portal, and guide participants through the process of cleaning the data, processing the data, adding metadata to the dataset, and publishing the data. Participants will then learn about ways to share the data, including through APIs and embedding into websites. Participants will be able to ask questions throughout the session to get a deeper understanding of the concepts and tasks at hand.

    We believe that if all members of the Open Data community have exposure to the technical side of Open Data, the community as a whole will be stronger.

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    11:00 - 12:20
    Introduction aux fondements et aux meilleurs pratiques du PGO
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Workshop

      Palais de Tokyo - Tac
    Langue : Français

    Cette séance se divisera en deux parties. La première partie donnera un sommaire succinct des fondements du PGO. Pendant la deuxième partie, des représentants du gouvernement et de la société civile partageront leur expérience portant sur la co-construction, la mise en oeuvre et le suivi du plan d’action. Il y aura l'opportunité de poser durant la session.

    Fondements du PGO (20 minutes)

    Présentation des fondements du PGO par le Secrétariat du PGO: gouvernance et structure, critères d’admissibilité, co-construction des Plans d’Action Nationaux, outils et ressources disponibles

    Présentation par le Mécanisme d’évaluation indépendant

    Question et réponse (20 minutes)

    Partage d’expériences des pays (20 minutes)

    Des représentants de la société civile partagent leurs expériences sur la co-construction.

    Des représentants du gouvernement partagent leurs expériences sur la coordination intergouvernementale et la mise en oeuvre.

    Des représentants de la société civile réfléchissent au suivi indépendant/à l’outil d’évaluation des PAN pour leur pays

    Question et réponse (20 minutes)

    Lesly Baesens, Program Officer; OGP Independent Reporting Mechansim; Jean-Noé Landry, Executive Director, Open North, Canada; Chantal Angoua, OGP Point of Contact, Cote D'Ivoire; Julien Tingain, Executive Director, Social Justice, Cote D'Ivoire
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    12:30 - 13:50
    Datactivisme !
     Libertés fondamentales et droits de l'homme - Workshop

      Palais de Tokyo - Tac
    Langue : Français

    Datactivisme: data + hacktivisme.

    Dans cet atelier co-animé par Simon Chignard et Samuel Goëta nous montrerons comment les données peuvent être utilisées pour révéler des phénomènes et des inégalités, pour appuyer un argumentaire, pour se faire entendre des décideurs et des pouvoirs publics. Par exemple: comment la Cimade a développé un robot qui essaie de prendre des rendez-vous dans les préfectures (programme "A guichets fermés", qui dénonce la mise à distance des personnes étrangères des guichets des préfectures).

    by Simon Chignard
    from Etalab

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    14:00 - 15:20
    "Quel type d'exercice du pouvoir mettre en oeuvre au sein d'un gouvernement ouvert ? »
     Innovation publique - Workshop

      Palais de Tokyo - Tac
    Langue : Français

    Atelier mis en oeuvre et animé par l'équipe de Coop Cité :

    Cécile Calé, Agrégée d'art Présidente du Cercle Spiridion http://www.cerclespiridion.com/, Chercheur en philosophie politique, Vice-Présidente de Coop-Cité, Direction Art,Culture,Patrimoines & Questions Politiques (3).

    Michelle Stien, Médiatrice civile, Directrice Executive de Coop-Cité, développement de projet, accompagnement des nouvelles organisations au service de la Responsabilité Sociale. Conseil en gestion des conflits (2).

    Thierry Vincent, Chef du developpement ARENE. Président de Coop-Cité. Accompagnement des collectivités dans la formalisation et la mise en œuvre de projets pilotes territoriaux.

    Jean Philippe Magnen, Psychologue, ancien élu vert, membre du CA de Coop-Cité. Thérapeute gestalt, formateur en leadership avec le jeu du roi (1).

    Damien Geffroy, Directeur des Opérations Coop-Cité

    Les acteurs de l'atelier :

    Un président, une présidente, un conseil des ministres avec prises de fonctions par tirage au sort La société civile représentée par la diversité ( parité, intergénérationnelle, interethnique) de ses acteurs ( philosophe, économiste, journaliste, professeur, commerçant, artisan, entrepreneur, étudiant, militaire, médecin, agriculteur, écrivain, artiste, start uper numérique, politique, avocat, psychologue, citoyen et citoyenne...)

    Sont donc invités à participer des personnalités de la société civile et des hommes et femmes politiques qui par leurs actions, leurs écrits, leur paroles agissent pour refonder la démocratie, réinscrire le citoyen au cœur des décisions politiques, encourager une nouvelle citoyenneté, construire un autre type d'exercice du pouvoir : un nouveau leadership, permettant une transformation positive du monde.

    Coop Cité (SCIC) travaille sur le comment «faire à nouveau société», en promouvant une nouvelle citoyenneté, en conjuguant les talents de différentes disciplines dans la confiance partagée. L’enjeu est de développer une intelligence collective pour créer en commun, et «faire oeuvre ensemble» pour un monde plus juste.

    Objectif à long terme : Créer un tiers lieu citoyen ouvert permettant par l’expérimentation (outils civiques, outils leviers de démocratie) de définir une nouvelle citoyenneté pour "faire ensemble à nouveau société", de réarmer l'appétence des citoyens pour la participation à la vie démocratique, de les ré intéresser à la chose publique.

    Nous disposons au sein de notre équipe d’une importante expérience des pratiques de forum ouvert autour de la gouvernance pour tous, de dialogue entre les personnes, de conduite d’équipe vers l’atteinte d’objectifs, de techniques de circulation de la parole et de prise de décision : approche du consensus, du consentement de type sociocratique, de l’expression des désaccords, de l’élection sans candidat, du leadership circulant et d’autres à inventer...

    Notre ambition est d’expérimenter en interne le quorum 100%, une aventure concrète de démocratie locale, véritable laboratoire de la transformation citoyenne. La gouvernance est une approche qui se redéfinit en permanence selon ses modèles, ses règles, et les humains qui la mettent en place.

    Bases bibliographiques servant de support aux expérimentations portant sur leadership et gouvernance:

    (1)Dominique Vincent « Au cœur du pouvoir, le jeu du Roi ». Ed Le Souffle d’Or. (2)Adam Kahane « Pouvoir et Amour. Théorie et pratique des transformations sociétales ». Ed. Colligence.
    (3)Les Nouveaux Commanditaires « Faire art comme on fait société ». Ed. Les Presses du Réel.

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    15:30 - 16:50
    How can an Open Government agenda heal divided societies?
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Workshop

      Palais de Tokyo - Tac
    Langue : Anglais

    Background

    • Across the world, we see fractures in society, rising inequalities, a drop in trust in governments and institutions and a rise in informal connectivity through social media.
    • In Europe (and more recently in the US) there has been a hardening of attitudes within the public, as evidenced by a rise in hate crime and a lurch towards populism. This has been driven by financial instability and both perceived and real inequality between countries and within society. With a fear of losing access to public services and jobs leading to frustration, we see a rise in intolerance and a distrust of others.
    • how can OGP plans provide a route for civil society and citizens to actively connect with governments, to address their concerns, build trust and transparency in institutions and increase their interest and capacity in scrutinising their governments within a global development setting.

    Format

    • Panel with emphasis on audience interaction - with expert facilitation provided by Democratic Society UK
    • Part 1: Understanding the context of societal change – starting with the perspectives from Scotland and another European country – then from the room
    • Part 2: Assessing the popular mood - what works in building dialogue and bridging divides - explorations from Northern Ireland
    • Part 3: What are the ways that OGP can help re-engage citizens in their democracy, by bringing together technology, activism and scrutiny?

    Participants:

    Will be asked to share experiences, reflections and ideas on the following OGP themes:

    • Experiences of using deliberative approaches to build constructive, informed, and decisive dialogue between citizens about the way their country is run
    • Experiences of using internet-based social networks to build capacity for citizens to hold their governments to account
    • Experiences of supporting citizens to access and use open data for fact checking, scrutiny & accountability
    • Experiences of practical and local action on open government that may bring together divided societies at a time of political crisis

    Speakers and facilitators:

    • Ruchir Shah, SCVO head of policy, introduction to session and chair
    • Anthony Zacharzewski, Director, Democratic Society UK (facilitator)
    • Lucy McTernan, Deputy CEO, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations
    • Doreen Grove, Ingage, Scottish Government
    • Colm Burns, Chair, Northern Ireland Open Government Civil Society Network
    • Zuzana Wienk, journalist, Slovakia and OGP Steering Board member (European partner perspective)

    Core Output:

    A discussion paper written for a global audience building on the deliberations at this seminar, to mobilise civil society to use OGP to address the concerns above, and finding a way to make OGP more relevant to people's concerns.

    Ruchir Shah, Anthony Zacharewski, Lucy McTernan, Doreen Grove, Colm Burns, Zuzana Wienk
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    17:00 - 18:20
    Innovation Publique
     Innovation publique - Workshop

      Palais de Tokyo - Tac
    Langue : Français



    Secrétariat Général pour la Modernisation de l'Action Publique

    MAPStore est la boite à outils portée par le SGMAP à destination des agents publics. Destinée à toutes les administrations et services publics, MAPstore présente des méthodes de travail ouvertes et collaboratives centrées sur l'usager pour concevoir de nouveaux services ou améliorer des dispositifs existants.

    De petits groupes de travail testeront les outils de MAPstore afin de pouvoir savoir comment les utiliser sur leurs projets, qu'il s'agisse de services aux usagers, d'outils numériques, d'idéation ou encore de process internes.


    L'atelier sera composé de 5 groupes thématiques (inscriptions auprès de la communauté Futurs Publics) qui travailleront chacun 1h sur leur problématique en utilisant plusieurs méthodes spécifiques de MAPstore :

    • 1. "J'ai besoin de mieux connaître mes usagers"
    • 2. "J'ai besoin d'animer une séance de créativité pour prototyper une solution"
    • 3. "J'ai besoin d'améliorer un service numérique"
    • 4. "J'ai besoin de convaincre et de fédérer autour de mon idée"
    • 5. "J'ai besoin de revoir un process interne"

    Equipe innovation du SGMAP
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      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    La « loi travail » du 8 août 2016 a prévu l’ouverture des données (open data) des accords de branche et d’entreprise à compter du 1er septembre 2017. Avec près de 1 000 accords de branche et de 40 000 accords d’entreprise conclus chaque année, c’est une masse considérable de données qui est ouverte et qui va permettre de mieux faire connaître le droit conventionnel, de mieux comprendre le fonctionnement de la démocratie sociale et de proposer de nouveaux services aux salariés et aux entreprises.

    Une « data session » aura lieu le 8 décembre où des experts du droit du travail et des experts du numérique et des données pourront tester en avant-première l’ouverture de ces données. Les résultats de cette data session seront présentés lors de la table ronde du 9 décembre, puis s’ensuivra un débat entre Myriam El Khomri, ministre du Travail, de l’Emploi, de la Formation professionnelle et du Dialogue social, et les autres intervenants, sur les enjeux de la transparence de la démocratie sociale.

    Myriam El Khomri, Ministre du Travail, de l'Emploi, de la Formation professionnelle et du Dialogue social
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    10:15 - 11:05
    Accountable Algorithms
     Open data et open ressources - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    I propose to explore the five issues mentioned in the 'objectives' section above, looking at both questions of ethics, and accountability.

    I will moderate the session in a 'journalistic' style, meaning without any prepared presentations by the panelists but based around key questions, which I will ask in random order and will seek to have a lively debate with the panelists to make the session as interactive and interesting as possible. Audience participation will start after 30 mins of discussion within the panel.

    The questions may be / but not limited to:

    (1) What should the role of transparency be, if we care about the accountability of automated decisions? What are the pros and cons of opening up, of making algorithmic decision-making transparent? (e.g. should algorithms used in public decision-making be FOIable?) (2) Many talk about 'auditing' algorithmic decisions, indeed investigative journalists working on the topic describe their own approach as an 'audit', how do you think this could best be done? Should the approach be 'baked in' to the technology underpinning the algorithms? Should we rely on outside actors such as journalists? (3) What is the role of regulation in this space? How much is necessary and important vs. when to know whether regulation might be stifling AI innovation? What is the scope for self-regulation by companies? Should there be a new multi-stakeholder initiative in this space?

    I suggest to have no more than 4 panelists, selected from the group below:

    • Gus Hosein, Privacy International
    • Ali Lange, Center for Democracy and Technology
    • Nigel Shadbolt, Open Data Institute
    • Sarah Gold, Projects by If

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    11:15 - 12:05
    Anti-Corruption: The Time for High Level OGP Commitments
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    In May 2016, fresh from headlines on the Panama papers, 40+ countries came together for the first even global summit focusing on anti-corruption. Thirty one out these were OGP countries, who were joined by several civil society partners, all of whom collectively recognized OGP to be a critical implementation and accountability platform needed to move the anti-corruption agenda forward. Anti-corruption is not a new issue for the OGP. It is explicitly stated as a key goal in the Open Government Declaration. The OGP can provide a strong implementation and accountability mechanism for delivering on these commitments. The key objective of this session is to present and discuss country-level innovation and implementation.

    The high-level panel, to be held on International Anti-Corruption Day, links with conversations that will take place the week before at the International Anti-Corruption Conference.

    The countries who will be approached for this session include those that have made strong commitments at the May summit and are embedding them into their OGP Plans

    Partners: Transparency International, ACWG co-anchors and partners (OCP, Global Witness, ONE, NRGI), members of the OGP Steering Committee

    Mr. Michel Sapin, Minister of the Economy and Finance (France); Mrs Elena Panfilova, Vice-Chair of Transparency International (Russia); Lucia Žitnanská (Minister, Slovak Republic); Zainab Ahmed (Minister, Nigeria); Andrew Yuille (Thomson Reuters); Moderator: Mark de la Iglesia (OSF)
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    12:15 - 13:05
    Engaging Political Leaders and Parliaments in Open Government
     Parlement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    This session will feature a collection of high-level parliamentary and civil society representatives to explore the role of the legislative branch in the Open Government Partnership. Parliamentary leaders will discuss how they have leveraged OGP to advance openness commitments in their legislatures, what role they see for the parliament in OGP, and how the new legislative engagement policy can support deeper parliamentary engagement. Civil society representatives will discuss how civic groups can most effectively engage political leadership and work as constructive partners in pursuit of legislative openness commitments. This session will also feature a brief presentation on the new legislative engagement policy.

    President Mauricio Lizcano, Senate of Colombia; Senator Hernán Larraín, Senate of Chile; Hon. Kaja Kallas, MEP; Mukelani Dimba, Open Democracy Advice Center and OGP Steering Committee (Moderator); Vuka Crnjanski, Center for Research, Transparency and Accountability; Ken Wollack, President of the National Democratic Institute
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    13:15 - 14:05
    Strengthening Government-Civil Society Partnership: Expanding spaces for dialogue and partnership
     Libertés fondamentales et droits de l'homme - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    A robust civil society and independent media form crucial pillars in the democratic edifice of any country. They generate important ideas and dialogue, represent grassroots interests, hold governments and corporations to account, serve as watchdogs for public decision-making. Strong civic space trends also point to robust civil society and government partnerships working to address pressing national and global challenges. Giving trends pointing to shrinking civic space in some countries, including OGP countries, this session will provide a context to explore how OGP can meaningfully contribute to the conversation and efforts to promote greater space for civil society in policymaking. Research by the Support Unit and the IRM, in consultation with CIVICUS, will frame the conversation.

    1. Elisa Peter, Executive Director, Publish What You Pay
    2. Danny Sriskandarajah, Secretary, General CIVICUS
    3. Zurab Sanikidze, Director of Analytical Department of the Ministry of Justice and Secretary of the Anti-Corruption Council of Georgia; Chair, OGP Forum in Georgia
    4. Steph Hankey, Co-Founder, Tactical Tech
    5. Liia Hanni - former parliamentarian, Senior Expert, e-governance academy, and becoming advisor to the President, Estonia

    Elisa Peter, ED Publish What You Pay (confirmed) Danny Sriskandarajah, Secy Gen CIVICUS (confirmed) Zurab Sanikidze, Director of Analytical Department of the Ministry of Justice and Secretary of the Anti-Corruption Council of Georgia; Chair, OGP Forum in Georgia (confirmed) Steph Hankey, Co-Founder, Tactical Tech (confirmed) Liia Hanni - former parliamentarian, Senior Expert, e-governance academy, and becoming advisor to the President
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    14:15 - 15:05
    Measuring Transparency
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Participants: This will be a moderated interactive debate with leading experts Participants will be encouraged to ask questions.

    Moderation: Helen Darbishire Discussants: - Laura Neuman, Carter Centre - Fackson Banda / Marius Lukosiunas, UNESCO - Carlos Iglesias, World Wide Web Foundation - Ernesto Bellisario, OGP Italy - Caroline Giraud, GFMD - Alejandro Ponce, World Justice Project - Robin Hodess, Transparency International - Esther Arizmendi, Transparency Council, Spain

    Context: The global transaprency community needs accurate measure of levels of government openness in law and in practice. Now that SDG 16.10.2 on access to information has been adopted, UNESCO will be responsible for such measurement. Other bodies such as World Bank need data, and its needed for monitoring international treaties such as the UN Convention against Corruption.

    What measuring tools do we have and how good are they?

    • The RTI Rating (Access Info Europe and Centre for Law and Democracy with experts globally) measures the quality of FOI laws.
    • Implementation efforts are measured by the Carter Center’s Implementation Assessment Tool
    • The open data barometer assesses open data.
    • The World Justice Project carries out opnion surveys.
    • CSOs test transparency at the local level.

    But there exists no global measure of transparency in practice. We cannot answer the question: is the information actually available to the public? That said, comparative data has been collected under monitoring exercises by RTI groups, and the Open Data community has developed measures such as the Open Data barometer; hence tried and tested methodologies do exist For civil society groups promoting a range of initiatives (decision-making transparency, open contracting, open spending, extractive industry transparency, aid transparency, and so forth) having reliable comparative evaluations is essential, not only within each field but across them.

    Also important to understanding how transparency works in practice is the collection of data on the preparedness of institutions to implement access to information regimes and open data policies. Factors such as clear internal decision-making systems, staff and training, record keeping rules, IT systems and information management, all play a role and being able to evaluate these deepens our understanding of progress made as well as guiding action on how to improve transparency.

    Moderation: Helen Darbishire Discussants: - Laura Neuman, Carter Centre - Fackson Banda / Marius Lukosiunas, UNESCO - Carlos Iglesias, World Wide Web Foundation - Ernesto Bellisario, OGP Italy - Caroline Giraud, GFMD - Alejandro Ponce, World Justice Project - Robin Hodess, Transparency International
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    15:15 - 16:05
    Shedding light on lobbying through digital tools
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Moderator:

    Janos BERTOK – Head of Public Sector Integrity Division, Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate, OECD

    Speakers:

    Norman EISEN – Visiting Fellow at Brookings 2014-2015; former US Ambassador to the Czech Republic 2011-2014; Special Counsel and Special Assistant to President Obama 2009-2011; Co-founder of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW)

    Sherry PERREAULT – Head of Lobbying Regulation at Standards in Public Office Commission, Ireland; former senior director with Canada’s Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner

    Daniel FREUND - Head of Advocacy EU Integrity at Transparency International

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    16:15 - 17:05
    Restitution of the OGP Toolbox hackathon
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    France will host the Open Government Partnership 2016 Global Summit that will take place in Paris on December 7, 8 and 9.

    As announced at the Global Summit launch event on April 20, a hackathon on civic tech and the concrete implementation of open government principles and national commitments will take place during the Global Summit. The goal of this hackathon is to come up with an open government toolbox for the OGP, governments and civil society.

    Open data portals, public consultation platforms, tools for monitoring and co-creating the law, discussion forums, civic tech solutions, online platforms to monitor the implementation of national action plans: these are examples of software and online services used by governments and civil society around the world, which could be referenced, shared and reused.

    This toolbox will be based on a catalogue, including examples of use cases and technical criteria to help choose among available solutions. It aims at facilitating the implementation of national commitments made by governments in their national action plans and encouraging cooperation, peer learning and resource sharing between OGP members.

    Until December, sprints and workshops will be organized for public officials, civil society representatives, companies, start-ups and members of the civic tech ecosystem to meet and work together on the toolbox. The toolbox will be presented at the end of the hackathon during the OGP 2016 Global Summit, on December 8 and 9.

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    18:00 - 19:20
    Closing (Rediffusion)
    Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Hemicycle
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      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
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    10:00 - 10:50
    Propositions d’engagements –en matière de lutte contre la corruption et de renforcement de la transparence de la vie publique et économique.
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    La France a fait de lutte contre la corruption une priorité et est pleinement impliquée dans les différentes enceintes internationales pertinentes. L’un des thèmes majeurs de l’action anticorruption de la France dans ces enceintes est la transparence de l’information relative aux bénéficiaires effectifs des entreprises et constructions juridiques. La récente affaire des Panama Papers a imposé un renforcement de la mobilisation internationale sur ce sujet. Cinq Etats membres de l’Union européenne intervenant également au G20 ont ainsi lancé une initiative pilote aux fins d’échange automatique des informations relatives aux bénéficiaires effectifs des personnes morales et autres entités. L’Initiative pour la transparence des industries extractives (ITIE), à laquelle la France entend adhérer d’ici la fin 2017, a également introduit une obligation de divulgation des bénéficiaires effectifs des entreprises minières, pétrolières et gazières, qui entrera en vigueur au début de l’année 2020. Le sommet du Partenariat pour un gouvernement ouvert sera l’occasion de soumettre des propositions concrètes dans ce secteur.

    Michel Sapin, Ministre de l'Economie et des Finances (France) ; Sir Eric Pickles UK Prime Minister's Anti Corruption Champion (Royaume-Uni) ; Fredrik Reinfeldt, EITI Chair (TBC); Elena Panfilova, Transparency International Vice Chair (TBC)
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    11:00 - 11:50
    Les contributions citoyennes à l'action législative et exécutive des gouvernements
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Comment les outils numériques peuvent améliorer l'écriture de la loi et l'action du gouvernement : étude de la consultation sur la loi République numérique et des initiatives prises dans d'autres pays, état de l'art des outils existants, critères de garantie de la transparence et de la redevabilité des projets de co-construction, la civic tech au service du renouveau démocratique.

    Axelle Lemaire, Secrétaire d'Etat au Numérique et à l'innovation (France) ; Andrés Horacio IBARRA, Minister of modernisation (Argentina) ; Birgitta JONSDOTTIR, Member of Parliament (Iceland) ; Sitne SCHULZE, MindLab (Denmark) ;
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    12:00 - 12:50
    Généralisation de l'ouverture des données publiques à l'échelle locale comme base de la démocratie participative
     Déclinaison dans les villes - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
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    Synthèse de la situation de l’opendata dans les territoires, et notamment du lien avec la gouvernance ouverte (l’opendata nait toujours dans le cadre d’une stratégie numérique plus large) > témoignage possible de quelques collectivités (par ex. Rennes ou Lyon) _Rappel des missions d’OpendataFrance _> témoignage possible de représentants d’ODF, Elus et/ou opérationnels Présentation du programme national d’accompagnement des collectivités à l’opendata dans le cadre de la législation et des ambitions gouvernementale en terme de politique publique > témoignage possible de quelques initiatives de support local (par ex. région PACA, Préf de Midi-Pyrénées, Montpellier Métropole) Discussion avec les participants pour partager les expériences internationales, challenger les propositions actuelles, faire émerger une coopération internationale > discussion entre différents intervenants présents à la table ronde et discussion avec la salle. Peut-être qu'un format Atelier serait plus intéressant pour cela.

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    13:00 - 13:50
    “Having the right kind of information and having it used”:Increasing the Effectiveness of Natural Resource and Environmental Information Disclosure
     Climat et développement durable - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Both OGP governments and civil society share the objective of wanting timely and accurate information on natural resources and the environment disclosed, in order to increase transparency and accountability. However, there is often confusion about the specifics of what types of information should be disclosed, what the information will be used for, and what is the best platform for releasing it. This can cause tension between civil society and governments, as civil society feels like governments are not releasing the right kinds of information, and governments feel like civil society cannot clearly articulate what information they need. The Openness in Natural Resources Working Group (http://www.opengovpartnership.org/groups/naturalresources) will host this session to bring together key government and civil society leaders to build a shared understanding of what kind of environmental and natural resource information can and should be shared to meet different objectives, and address the challenge of getting the right kind of information out and used effectively by civil society for change. The session will tackle questions around framing data and information release based on civil society and local community needs, and provide a forward looking approach to the development of categories of critical data that enable private and public sector accountability for the use of natural resources.
    There will be an honest discussion of the main challenges and to be overcome to reduce inefficiencies in building platforms and systems and key priorities for the release of data and information. Expected outcomes: By demonstrating real world cases challenges around releasing data specific to the natural resource sector we hope to challenge participants to think about how experiences from varying countries can assist us in establishing priorities for data release. The 2 primary outcomes will be: 1) Provide concrete solutions to government on how to prioritize and enable the release of specific categories of data to help their own analysis and ensure accountability in ensuring equitable outcomes for companies and communities 2) Increase the level of sophistication in civil society’s demands for environmental information disclosure so that they can be more articulate and effective in communicating to governments. Target audience: Civil society and Government reformers working on natural resource and environmental data disclosure projects, or who are interested in learning more about information disclosure challenges. Possible Participants: Mexico Government– Ramon Olivas, Government of Mexico – Experience in working with civil society to define social and environmental data to release, and to increase the transparency mechanisms of the extractive industries through OGP and EITI Mongolia Government– Release by Government of environmental data as a result of a starred OGP commitment and its use by civil society (TBC) OR Philippines/ Colombia – Releasing data beyond EITI and its important (social and environmental data) (TBC) Natural Resource Governance Institute- Resource Contracts.org–experience in civil society use of EITI data World Resources Institute – Building civil society demand and ability to use technical data for accountability

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    14:00 - 14:50
    The Network for integrity
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Moderator : David GINOCCHI, Head of Legal and Studies Department, High Authority for transparency in public life (France)

    Speakers :

    • Ban KI-MOON, Secretary-General, ONU
    • Amira YAHYAOUI, Founder and Chair, Al Bawsala (Tunisia); Vital Voices Global Trailblazer (2012); Norwegian Linderbraeke Award for Human Rights ; French Fondation Chirac award on conflict prevention (2014)
    • Jean-Louis NADAL, President, High Authority for transparency in public life (France)
    • Cristina TARNA, Deputy Director, National Anti-corruption Center (Moldova)
    • Joel Salas SUAREZ, Commissionner, National Institute for Transparency, Access to Information & Private Data Protection (Mexico)

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    15:00 - 15:50
    Participation citoyenne et démocratie mondiale : comment associer les citoyens au respect des engagements pris par les gouvernements dans l’Accord de Paris ?
     Innovation publique - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
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    Le 6 juin 2015, 97 débats organisés dans 76 pays ont rassemblé 10 000 citoyens : la plus grande consultation citoyenne jamais réalisée. Le Débat Citoyen Planétaire sur le climat et l’énergie a permis de rendre l’information sur le changement climatique accessible à tous, renforçant ainsi le sentiment des citoyens d’appartenir à une communauté mondiale. Il s’agissait de recueillir l’avis de citoyens éclairés et de porter leur parole pendant les négociations de la COP21. Que nous ont-ils dit ? 71% d’entre eux considèrent que les Nations Unies n’ont pas encore fait assez pour lutter contre le changement climatique. 97% demandent à ce que des processus comme le Débat Citoyen Planétaire soient engagés pour traiter d’autres sujets ou des sujets similaires. L’Accord de Paris affirme « l’importance de l’éducation, de la formation, de la sensibilisation, de la participation du public, de l’accès de la population à l’information et de la coopération à tous les niveaux ». Qu’avons-nous fait depuis sa signature pour mettre en œuvre ces principes ? Comment pourrait-on mieux associer les citoyens au respect des engagements pris par les gouvernements ? En renforçant l’échange de bonnes pratiques entre les acteurs de la participation, avec le lancement du réseau « l’Esprit d’Aarhus », nous pourrions faciliter la mise en œuvre de dispositifs comme le Débat Citoyen Planétaire qui visent à donner la parole aux citoyens. Pour en savoir plus, rendez-vous sur le site du projet

    On June 6th 2015 took place the world’s largest citizen consultation ever: 97 debates were organized in 76 countries, gathering 10,000 citizens across the world. The World Wide Views on Climate and Energy made the information on climate change comprehensible by all and strengthened the citizens’ feeling of belonging to a global community. Our goal was to gather the opinions of enlightened citizens and disseminate them to the negotiators of COP21. What did we learn from them? 71% consider that the United Nations have not done enough to fight climate change. 97% demand the expansion of processes such as the World Wide Views to deal with other or similar subjects. The Paris Agreement asserts “the importance of education, training, public awareness, public participation, public access to information and cooperation at all levels.” Since its signature, what have we done to enforce these principles? How could we involve citizens more actively in making governments respect the engagements made in Paris? Launching the “Spirit of Aarhus” network would tighten the exchange of best practices among actors: we could more easily organize citizen consultations such as the World Wide Views that seek to give citizens the opportunity to speak out.

    Click here to learn more about this project

    Christian Leyrit (Commission nationale du débat public), Tanja Aitamurto (Stanford University), Jaeho Eun (Korean Institute of Public Administration), Dominique Ollivier (Office de consultation publique de Montréal), Tiago Peixoto (World Bank)
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    16:00 - 16:50
    Accountability Institutions and open government
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Ventejol
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    The mission and mandate of Accountability Institutions –AI- (including Supreme Audit Institutions, Ombuds Institutions, Anti-Corruption Agencies, Information Commissions, etc.) cut across OGP efforts to strengthen national accountability systems. Effective AIs can help address the OGP grand challenges of enhancing public integrity, effectively managing public resources, and improving public service delivery. Moreover, their active involvement in the OGP could contribute to the successful implementation of national action plans.

    In several countries, Accountability Institutions have actively engaged in the governance of national OGP processes by setting up national coordinating mechanisms for formulation, implementation and monitoring of OGP national action plans’ commitments. In other countries, SAIs and Ombudsperson have set up citizen engagement mechanisms in line with the OGP principles, and are currently exploring engagement in the OGP.

    In recent years, different arenas addressed the role of Accountability Institutions in advancing open government. For example, the OGP Americas regional meeting in Santiago in 2013, the OGP Summit in London in 2013, the European Regional Meeting in Dublin in 2014, the Meeting of the Americas in Costa Rica in that same year and the Global Summit 2015 in Mexico. In addition, OGP webinars and e-discussion explored the role and participation of SAIs and Ombudsman Institutions in OGP.

    Despite this attention, there is yet limited exchange of information between countries and across different types of accountability institutions. Moreover, we do not know enough about the critical success factors for this engagement and their contribution to more effective open government reforms. This proposed roundtable will bring together several stakeholders (from AIs, civil society, international organizations and academia) to share experiences on how these autonomous accountability agencies are engaging in OGP and the role played in the promotion of open government. This session will discuss strategies deployed by AIs in different regions and discuss both the challenges and critical factors for success.

    The discussion will focus on the following overarching questions: - What is the experience of different accountability institutions that participate in OGP processes? (experiences, approaches, efforts, emerging results) - What are the critical conditions and factors for accountability institutions to effectively engage in OGP and advance open government reforms at the country level? What are the main challenges and obstacles? - How can we strengthen the role of accountability institutions in OGP?

    Panelists and format

    Following the welcoming remarks, we will get started with a brief kick off intervention by the panelists. We would then engage in a facilitated discussion between panelists and, finally, we will open the floor for inputs from the audience before the closing remarks.

    • Peter Tyndall, International Ombudsman Institute (IOI)
    • Vukosava Crnjanski, Center for Research, Transparency and Accountability (CRTA), Serbia
    • Vivek Ramkumar, International Budget Partnership (IBP)
    • Celestin Ankamtsene, International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions Development Initiaive (IDI-INTOSAI)
    • Jérôme Fillipini, Court of Accounts of France
    • Gladys Selosa, ANSA-EAP, Philippines
    • Moderator: Renzo Lavin, Asociación Civil por la Igualdad y la Justicia (ACIJ) – Argentina

    Peter Tyndall (IOI), Vukosava Crnjanski (CRTA), Vivek Ramkumar (IBP), Celestin Ankamtsene (IDI-INTOSAI), Jérôme Fillipini (Court of Accounts of France), Gladys Selosa (ANSA-EAP, Philippines), Renzo Lavin (ACIJ)
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      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    Sponors: OGP + Open Data Charter/Open Data For Development Network + Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data + the Transparency and Accountability Initiative.

    This VVIP Plenary Roundtable would be a powerful way to support OGP's prioritization on (re-)empowering civil society and mutual accountability with government by harnessing the most transformative elements of the data revolution: citizen generated, open and big data.

    We would expect Heads of Governments, Civil Society Organizations, and Private Companies - Ideally this would be a double session first with the VVIPs, followed by a short video showcasing examples of virtuous data cycles that translate open government to impact on sustainable development, followed by a short roundtable of the Heads of OGP, ODC/OD4D GPSDD, and TAI remarking on their joint plan of work together.

    Big Messages and Actionable Outcome:

    1) Message: Data is the lifeblood of open government, and harnessing the data revolution a critical link between open government and sustainable development impact. There should be a virtuous cycle of open government based on dynamic, disaggregate data for action and mutual accountability to achieve sustainable development.

    Data for action includes data that improves government decision-making, empowers citizens and civil society organizations, as well as fosters innovation and entrepreneurship. This virtuous cycle entails open data: governments disclosing high value data sets that especially citizens / civil society but also users (especially entrepreneurs) in the private sector can utilize. It also involves citizen generated and privately held (big) data: data that is produced, assembled, and shared with government to improve policy-making and service delivery, and foster accountability.

    2) Actionable Outcome: VVIP representatives from governments, civil society and civic tech organizations, and the private sector will both showcase and also jointly make more specific and concrete pledges to utilize open data, citizen generated data, and make dynamic disaggrated data more accessible for action. Fostering data based decision-making by government linked to empowerment of citizens and civil society generated data and use of data for action and mutual accountability in their OGP National Action Plans / GPSDD SDG Data Revolution Roadmaps / adoptions of the International Open Data Charter.

    Concrete examples and forms these "virtuous cycle" showcases and pledges could be a Ministry of Water releasing dynamic information publicly and free of cost on the sources of potable water, and civil society could generate systematic citizen feedback data on the real availability of water. Citizen generated data on the availability of healthy foods can be cross-tabulated by governments with business registers and government health permits to gauge whether or not a community is a food oasis or a food desert. Mobile data (cell phone data records) from the private sector can help identify traffic patterns that could be used by both government transportation departments to plan but also by ordinary citizens to optimize their routes to work and home.

    3) Bundled commitments to the OGP, the Open Data Charter and GPSDD to increases synergies for scaled impact and reduce transaction costs for governments and civil societies in OGP countries.

    Professor Sanjeev Khagram - moderator, Claire Melamed of GPSDD, Ania Calderon of Open Data Charter, Philip Thigo from Government of Kenya, Paul Zeitz of US Government, Nicolas DeCordes of Orange
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    10:00 - 10:50
    Le numérique au service des personnes vivant avec une handicap à l'heure de l'Agenda 2030
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Français

    Nous attendons pour notre conférence un public varié et divers car notre thématique a une dimension large et pluridisciplinaire. Pour l'animation, nous avons retenu le lightning talks pour nos quatre panélistes afin d'avoir du temps pour la discussion et le partage avec l'assistance.

    Notre panéliste n°1 sera Mme Diane MERCIER Docteure en transfert des connaissances, Courtière en connaissances et fonctionnaire de la ville de Montréal (Canada) sous certaines conditions. Elle nous entretiendra en générale sur les politiques d'intégration des personnes vivants avec un handicap dans cette ville; et spécifiquement sur "Comment les villes connectées et durables peuvent elles œuvrer pour un changement transformationnel des personnes vivants avec un handicap en les permettant de saisir les importantes opportunités d'accéder à leur autonomisation?"

    Le panéliste n°2 sera le Conseil national consultatif des personnes handicapées (CNCPH) de France qui est une instance nationale qui agit en lien direct avec le ministre chargé des personnes handicapées (nous travaillons à peaufiner l'objet de leur présentation lors de cette conférence.

    Le panéliste n°3 sera le pitch de Mr Djadja TRAORE Président du Réseau Handi Actions Développement et Perspectives(RHADP) Mali qui est membre de la Fédération Malienne des Associations de Personnes Handicapées sur le thème "Gouvernement ouvert, inclusion des personnes handicapées et Agenda 2030".

    A la suite de la conférence, nous allons travailler à mettre sur pied un réseau du numérique pour le développement des personnes vivants avec un handicap (bailleurs bilatéraux, émergents, agences onusiennes, secteurs privées, fondations, etc.). A côté de cela, nous allons créer des événements web de référence pour présenter les projets des personnes vivants avec un handicap dans une optique de networking, de renforcement des compétences, de recherche de partenariats et de financements, etc. Une autre initiative qui attirera notre attention sera l'Atlas francophone des gouvernements ouverts pour les PVH afin d'être un outil au service de la mutualisation et des synergies au sien de cette communauté. Aussi, l'Atlas permettra de réaliser une cartographie efficace des politiques existantes pour le développement durable des communautés vivant avec un handicap. Ensuite, nous allons travailler au développement de contenus et services numériques pour le renforcement des compétences des personnes vivants avec un handicap sur le Développement durable et sur d'autres thématiques. Car il est important de doter cette communauté d'un capital nommé "Savoir-faire". D'ici quelques temps, nous voulons avoir des offres de formation pour cette communauté qui créent une passerelle entre la formation professionnelle et le marché du travail afin que les compétences reçues répondent véritablement aux besoins de l'économie.

    Mme Diane MERCIER Docteure en transfert des connaissances, Courtière en connaissances; M. Djadja TRAORE Président du Réseau Handi Actions Développement et Perspectives(RHADP) Mali qui est membre de la Fédération Malienne des Associations de Personnes Handicapées; le Conseil national consultatif des personnes handicapées (CNCPH) de France
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    11:00 - 11:50
    Opening Legislative Data
     Parlement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    While this session would provide each speaker with the opportunity to offer formal remarks regarding their organization’s experience in relation to open legislative data, the bulk of this session would be a moderated conversation with significant levels of audience participation. The moderator would open the session and offer framing remarks to the discussion. Panelists with the audience will try to develop the main points of open legaslative data. Presentation topics are outlined below.

    Nadiia Babynska, Consultant, Opora (Ukraine): As a product manager of the Ukrainian parliament’s open data portal, Nadiia would discuss her experiences publishing open data from the parliamentary side, focusing in part on how open data makes the work of parliament easier and more efficient, as well as how civil society use open data for analysis and oversight.

    Jean-Noé Landry, Executive Director, Open North (Canada): Jean-Noé would discuss efforts to include legislative open data commitments in Canada’s National Action Plan. In his remarks, he would address why he believed these commitments were important, what demand exists for open legislative data in Canada, and the importance of engaging data users to ensure that the information being released is meeting their demands. Jean-Noé is the cofounder of the Canadian Open Government Civil Society Network.

    Andy Williamson, Author, World e-Parliament Report (UK): Andy would discuss the role that PMOs play in providing open legislative data, particularly in contexts where the parliament either lacks the capacity or has not made significant progress towards publishing open data. Andy would also provide a general overview of the state of legislative open data, drawing on the findings of the World e-Parliament Report, which he authored. Andy serves as the UK OGP co-lead for public accountability.

    Noel Alonso Murray, the general director of Directorio Legislativo, a leading legislative openness advocate in Latin America. Noel will discuss the preliminary results of the recent launch of the Latin American Legislative Transparency Index that measures 13 Legislative Branches and the importance of thinking possible strategies once legislative information is published on open data formats.

    Carlo Marchetti, the head of information systems development at the Italian Senate, coordinator of projects, programmes and services connected with the publishing of information on Senate's institutional websites, will speak about open data and open documents in the Italian Senate, cooperation with MPOs and governement, reaction and engagement MPs to the open data.

    Following these brief presentations, the moderator would facilitate a short discussion among the panelists about how OGP can be leveraged to expand open legislative data offerings. The moderator would ask panelists to consider the following questions. What types of commitments can parliaments and governments make in this area? What particularly innovative approaches to this issue would you encourage parliaments to consider? How can civil society effectively support implementation of commitments? Following this informal conversation, the moderator would open the floor to comments and questions from the audience. The moderator would then close the session and provide each panelist with an opportunity to offer closing remarks.

    Nadiia Babynska, Consultant, Opora (Ukraine), a product manager of the Ukrainian parliament’s open data portal, Jean-Noé Landry, Executive Director, Open North (Canada), Andy Williamson, Author, World e-Parliament Report (UK), Noel Alonso Murray, the general director of Directorio Legislativo (Argentina), Carlo Marchetti, the head of information systems development at the Italian Senate, coordinator of projects
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    12:00 - 12:50
    Civic perspectives on OGP civil society and government collaboration mechanisms
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    As the OGP continues to evolve, there is a pressing need to take stock of collaboration mechanisms between government and civil society. The roundtable speakers have co-founded national mechanisms, some having ungone different iterations while others have recently been established. The speakers strategically developed and facilitated inclusive and effective governance structures. Each mechanism faces the challenge of socializing the OGP beyond a core group of activists to support the implementation of open government. Mobilizing resources (i.e. time, financial, human) is a persistent challenge. Selecting issues means carefully balancing the interests of a diverse set of civic stakeholders and align with government priorities. Building and maintaining clear and trustworthy relationships with government that lead to impactful partnerships is complex. Elections, referendums, and the turnover among political leaders can be destabilizing for collaboration while offering new opportunities to build and refine relationships with government.

    The roundtable will open with brief contextual remarks by each of the civic leaders, followed by follow-up questions, and an interactive Q&A period.

    Speakers:

    • Tim Hughes (UK) Open Government Programme Manager at Involve, and Coordinator of UK Open Government Network. Launched in 2012, the network partnered with government to develop the UK’s 2nd (2013-15) and 3rd (2016-18) NAPs. It successfully secured commitments on priority issues (e.g. beneficial ownership transparency, open contracting, anti-corruption) and helped establish subnational networks in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. It faces challenges of reaching beyond governance CSOs and ensuring long-term sustainability.

    • Ching Jorge (Philippines) Executive Director, InciteGov. Since becoming an OGP founding member, Philippine Government and civil society partnership has been a model of successful collaboration. Incitegov established a secretariat to strengthen and expand civic engagement for the OGP. With a new government in place, opportunities and challenges arise in government succession and transition while civil society engagement remains strong.

    • Ken Coghill (Australia) Former State parliamentarian, Speaker; founding member, board member of the Accountability Round Table, an affiliate of the Australian OpenGovernment Partnership Network. The Network was established in December 2015 following the Government recommitted to the OGP after a two years hiatus. The 1st NAP process was interrupted by an election campaign. Convincing government that partnership is more than consultation/engagement proved challenging.

    • Nkem Ilo (Nigeria) Procurement Monitoring Program Coordinator Public and Private Development Centre (PPDC), Founding Member, OpenAlliance. OpenAlliance was formalized in 2015 after 2 years of OGP campaign by three CSOs without success. Bringing together CSOs working on various aspects of open government under one umbrella, it presented a unified front to government. Now that Nigeria joined the OGP, the Alliance’s membership is expanding, operational modalities are being developed.

    Facilitator:

    • Jean-Noé Landry (Canada), Executive Director, Open North, Co-Founder Canadian Open Government Civil Society Network. Launched ahead of Canada’s 3rd NAP process, the network was well positioned to respond to Government’s call for dialogue with Canadians, although a formal endorsement is pending. It faces major geographical challenges and scaling opportunities, including coordination with the nascent sub-national initiative by the Province of Ontario.

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    13:00 - 13:50
    Open data portals: why can't we reach everyone. How to avoid creating useless websites
     Open data et open ressources - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Anglais

    Increased amounts of time, resources, and effort have been invested in making government data accessible in a readable, shareable, freely-available format, all with the broad goal of improving people’s lives. Over 65 countries have committed to the transparency tenets of the Open Government Partnership and are opening up millions of high value government datasets on dedicated open government data portals. Evidence of impact is now emerging and is largely encouraging, yet much of the potential value of open data to solve problems, empower citizens and generate innovation and economic growth remains untapped.

    Indeed, discussion of how open data portals are built for all, regardless the level of knowledge about technical issues abounds. Quotes like, “All citizens are able to navigate and reuse the open data catalog to create new data, to build data visualizations and to make analysis or to develop applications” are very common in our community, but are we doing the best we can? Are we really opening and creating data that is easy to read for everyone? What is missing? What are we assuming? What have we learned so far? This roundtable will convene a diverse, interdisciplinary panel including representatives from The GovLab at New York University, the OAS Open Government Fellows program, Government Digital Innovation Lab in Uruguay, Innovación Urbana Sustentable in Chile, W3C’s Brazil Office, and LA NACION newspaper in Argentina. The panelists will explore a number of issues aimed at increasing the usefulness, accessibility and impact of open data, namely: • Best practices, things we are doing right and things we are doing wrong when building, using and socializing open data portals that aim to reach everyone • Strategies for identifying and fostering the demand for open data (particularly in developing economies); and • Enabling open data intermediaries (including journalists) and establishing cross-sector data collaboratives to increase the real-world uptake and impact of open data. To ensure that any insights or lessons surfaced during the roundtable are made accessible to those who could benefit from them, we will seek to co-create, publish and share a document that contains all the views expressed at the session.

    Session schedule

    Open discussion (40 min) Conclusions and audiences questions (10 minutes).

    Speakers

    Caroline Burle- Responsible for Institutional Relations Web Technologies Studies Center (Ceweb.br) and W3C Brazil.

    Andrew Young - Associate Director of Research at The GovLab.

    Stefaan Verhulst - Co-founder of The GovLab and Chief Research and Development Officer

    Moderator and speaker

    Romina Colman - LA NACION DATA - LA NACION newspaper (Argentina)

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    14:00 - 14:50
    Les biens communs numériques
     Open data et open ressources - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Français

    Le partage de ressources numériques telles que les données et codes sources dans un format non propriétaire, ouvert et réutilisable est indispensable pour faciliter l’innovation, l’accès à l’information et son partage, améliorer les services publics et initier de nouvelles formes de collaboration avec les citoyens. Ces ressources créent de la valeur sociale, économique et démocratique, facilitent la co-création,la lutte contre les inégalités et la participation citoyenne à la prise de décision publique. Nous devons œuvrer à libérer le potentiel de ces ressources du gouvernement ouvert dans le monde entier. Cela implique d’identifier comment tirer pleinement parti de la révolution numérique, en soutenant les citoyens et les agents publics qui œuvrent à la transformation des Etats pour qu’ils remédient aux inégalités en matière d’accès et de formation aux technologies, en assurant la portabilité des données et l’auto-détermination informationnelle, en veillant à éviter l’apparition de nouvelles formes de monopoles, et en assurant un cadre de redevabilité et d’éthique. Les citoyens doivent pouvoir utiliser ces ressources numériques pour influencer et suivre la décision publique et mieux interagir avec les administrations.

    Claire Legros, Henri Verdier, Yann Moulier-Boutang, Bernard Stiegler
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    15:00 - 15:50
    Ouvrir les données ministérielles au quotidien en France
     Open data et open ressources - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Amphitheatre
    Langue : Français

    Cette table ronde propose un regard croisé sur les démarches d'ouverture des données dans 3 départements ministériels : Culture et communication, Éducation nationale, Enseignement supérieur et recherche. Ces démarches s'inscrivent dans les orientations générales dessinées par Etalab qui témoignera de son approche de l'ouverture des données des administrations centrales. Cette table ronde permettra d'exposer la réalité de terrain de l'ouverture des données en administration centrale et permettra à chacun de prendre la mesure du chemin parcouru et des efforts à réaliser.

    Roselyne Aliacar (Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, France), Yann Caradec (Ministère en charge de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche, France), Simon Chignard (Etalab, Services du premier Ministre, France), Maryse le Bras (Ministère de l’Education nationale, de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche, France), Naomi Peres (Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, France), Emmanuel Weisenburger (Ministère en charge de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche, France)
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      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    The roundtable will focus on the relationship between civil society and parliaments in developing strong commitments and robust open parliament plans. The moderator will centre the discussion on the following two questions: - How to ensure strong civil society interest and involvement from the outset of the development of an open parliament plan right through to its implementation? In particular, are there any tips for the parliament on how to identify relevant CSOs, how to inform them on time, how to follow up on their inputs etc.? And does enshrining commitments related participation of civil society in open parliament action plans lead to greater engagement? - What are the lessons learned from engaging cross-party members of parliament in developing an open parliament plan? The roundtable will address these two questions by looking at concrete examples from countries in Eastern Europe, the Arab region and Latin America. These country cases have not been exposed to the open parliament community before and represent recent examples of open parliament reforms within OGP.

    The speakers of the roundtable will be comprised of: 1. Hon. Djamila Ksiksi , member of National Assembly of Tunisia and member of Bureau (Tunisia) 2. Cecilia Rodríguez, Asociación Costa Rica Íntegra (Costa Rica): Asociación Costa Rica Íntegra is a civil society organization leading the fight against corruption and for political transparency in Costa Rica. 3. Natali Vatamaniuk, Programme Officer, UNDP (Ukraine) 4. Hon. Tamar Chugoshvili, First Deputy Speaker of Parliament (Georgia) 5. Hon. Sakaja Johnson, Member of Parliament (Kenya)

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    10:15 - 11:05
    Civic tech, outils numériques participatifs : une révolution en marche ou des outils parmi d'autres ?
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    La proposition est de réunir autour de la table des intervenants ayant tenté d'apporter une réponse à certains des grands défis démocratiques : inclusion des publics absents, empowerment, consultation sur des sujets techniques, articulation participation physique et numérique... L'atelier sera animé par l'Institut de la concertation. Les intervenants auront une dizaine de minutes pour détailler la façon dont ils ont réussi à faire du numérique un outil efficace et pertinent, et les réflexions qui ont accompagné ce processus. Trente à quarante minutes seront ensuite dédiées à un échange avec la salle.

    Ilaria Casillo, Vice-présidente de la Commission Nationale du Débat Public ; Luc Belot, député de Maine-et-Loire ; David Prothais, Eclectic Experience
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    11:15 - 12:05
    Open Gender Monologues
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    OpenHeroines is rooted in OGP. It started as an informal meeting that we had in OGP Mexico last year. Since then, we grew and became a community of 150 women from around the world. We support one another on our slack channel and deal with different topics from career advice to gender equality.

    In this session, we want to give a stage to the challenges and success stories of women and the LGBTQ community in the Open Government space. We will not have a panel, nor keynotes speakers, instead, we will read out loud those stories, to expose the community to the different aspects of gender in this space. Other people will be able to tell their stories as well during the session. Lastly, we will have a reflection of how we can create a better space to deal with gender issues in our community. female voices in the spheres we work in.

    This session is open to all. We want to have an honest discussion and an informative event, and for that, we need everyone - women and men, cis and trans, straights and queers. Come and hear different voices from our community, or better, come and be heard!

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    12:15 - 13:05
    Making Climate Finance work for all
     Climat et développement durable - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    International Climate finance - which typically flows from developed countries to lower developing countries - consists of a complex web of mechanisms of both private and public money, each with their own reporting and accountability systems. It is also lots of money: developed countries have committed to, by 2020, disburse up to US$100 billion per year in climate finance to support mitigation and adaptation activities.

    With such financial flows come many risks. There is evidence that international public climate finance is marginalising the needs of poor and vulnerable people. For instance, research by IIED and Hivos tracking climate spending in the energy sector - which receives 40% of international climate funds - found that the majority of investments go to large-scale grid-connected projects in middle income countries and only a fraction to energy access targeting poor people through decentralized renewable energy in low-income countries. Meanwhile, data on climate spending is either not available, not tracked uniformly, or dispersed across information sources and actors.
    Notwithstanding initial steps being taken to change this, the problem remains: Lack of transparency of what the financial flows are, what type of projects are funded, who decides and who benefits. Low involvement of local citizens and CS in accessing funds or deciding how it is spent. Lack of capacity and governance gaps in recipient countries needed to ensure public money is spent in effectively and accountably.

    Public (climate) finance has the potential of reaching the most affected and poor, serving both climate and development. The key to ensure climate finance is spent effectively and fairly is an increase in participation - that, however, depends on transparent and intelligible processes to understand, monitor and respond to how climate finance is being deployed and who will benefit.

    Moderation strategy Depending on final composition of the round table, the moderator will give a brief introduction into the overall session topic and conduct the table discussion along targeted questions.

    Those will be shared with the participants in advance of the session, so there will be a coherent conversation, rather than a sequence of presentations. There will not be any power points. The moderator will also take questions from the audience (through twitter as well as directly) throughout the session, so as to maximise interactive design and minimise “Q&A at the end”-fatigue.

    Speakers 1: Claire-Marie Foulquier-Gazagnes, Head of Development & Policy at Etalab - French Prime Minister's taskforce for Open Data, Data science & OpenGov - ?Etalab 2: Peter Odhengo, Policy Analyst, Climate Change Fund, National Treasure, Kenya 3: Mark Robinson, Global Director, Governance, World Resources Institute 4: Javier Mejia, Centro Humboldt, Nicaragua. Centro Humboldt is accredited by the CIFas a CSO observer 5. Venia Montalvo, Project Coordinator Integrity Program in Climate Finance Transparencia Mexicana, Mexico Moderator: Clare Shakya, Director Climate Change, IIED. Clare is an expert on just transitions to low emission, climate resilient development pathways in fragile and stable contexts, and holistic risk management across development, humanitarian and climate silos.
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    13:15 - 14:05
    Political Party Financing: transparency and oversight
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Political parties are not public entities in most countries, but there’s no doubt about their public role in our democracies. In general, there are private, public or mixed systems of funding, the latter prevailing. Moreover, there have been not a few scandals in Latin America and the world on irregular - or at least anti ethical- financing of politics. The discussion about the need to apply standards of transparency and integrity to political parties, including private funding limit -whether in terms of who or quantities- and transparency to the sources, so that all citizens can access to this information and as a way to fight corruption, has raised. This panel will present case studies of at least 2 countries in Latin America: Argentina and Chile, on the transparency of information on party financing, as it is availability, formats and usefulness for accountability and to prevent or inhibit irregular financing. We also aim to discuss whether these systems meet the objectives of transparency, accountability and prevention of corruption, what improvements can be made and which are the main challenges on this issue. On the other hand, it will be discussed about how private donations to parties can be made, so as to encourage micro-grants, with special emphasis on the use of technology and, at the same time, to guarantee a secure system for both the donor and to ensure the accuracy of the donor's identity. Thus, we’ll present the cases of each country in 30 minutes each, with the remaining challenges and possible improvements. In the remaining 20 minutes we will encourage public participation and possible conclusions.

    1. María Jaraquemada, Advocacy Director, Espacio Publico, Chile. Espacio Publico has led and promote the adoption of a Transparency and Integrity Agenda in Chile. The organization is part of the civil society group in the co-creation of Chile's 3º Plan of OGP. 2. Pablo Secchi, iPoder Ciudadano. 3. María Page, CIPPEC, Coordinator of the Political Institutions Programme. The Center for the Implementation of Public Policy for Equity and Growth (CIPPEC) is a non-profit, non-partisan think tank that conducts and uses applied research to advocate for a more just, democratic and efficient State in order to improve the quality of life for all Argentine citizens. Since its foundation in 2000, CIPPEC works in the fields of social and economic development, democracy and institutional strengthening. During the last 5 years CIPPEC has worked closely with other civil society organizations to advance the open government agenda, to strengthen the quality and impact of Argentina’s First and Second Action Plans, and to promote the open government agenda at the subnational level. In 2015 CIPPEC’s Executive Director was designated to integrate the OGP Steering Committee. 4. Carlos Arroyo Vivanco Social communicator. Master in Development Policies and Practices. Projects coordinator in themes of transparency and citizen participation at Proética, Peruvian chapter of Transaparency International. Coordinator of Network Anti-corruption of society civil in Peru, The Anti-corruption Brigades and Citizen oversight to expenses of campaign throughout elections.
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    15:15 - 16:05
    Ending Corporate Secrecy through Transparency
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    The London Anti-corruption Summit set the stage for a global transparency agenda which saw countries making commitments to end corruption, money laundering and illicit financial flows. These commitments made in London are in support with other global initiatives such as the EU, US and Canada Anti-money-laundering, G8 and G20 to bring better corporate transparency, and are particularly relevant in the wake of the LuxLeaks and Panama Papers scandals which brought light to how individuals and companies use offshore and anonymous entities to dodge tax and hide assets. Every year, a trillion dollars is siphoned out of developing countries through a web of shady, secret and corrupt activities that involve anonymous shell companies, and illegal tax evasion. Instead of being invested to help people, it fuels inequality and instability, keeping millions of people in developing countries trapped in the cycle of poverty.

    Multinational corporations have a legal and ethical obligations to conduct their business honestly and perform appropriate due diligence to discover the true owners of companies with which they do business. The hidden ownership structures of potential partners or clients should not enable multinational corporations to avoid culpability for doing deals with shady actors. Secondly many individuals and firms living and doing business in developing countries avoid taxes, either illegally or through sophisticated manipulations of their company accounts that shift profits to other parts of the world. Requiring companies to publicly disclose key financial information in each country in which they operate would help tax officials to spot when international trade is being used to shift money out of a country.

    Multinational companies are also hugely involved in procurement and contracting which is the world’s number one risk for corruption and fraud: the OECD, EC, WEF and UNODC all agree. Some 57% of foreign bribery cases prosecuted under the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention involved bribes to obtain public contracts.

    The Concept: The OGP Summit provides a platform for multinational companies and governments to make concrete commitments and steps to improve corporate transparency such as beneficial ownership disclosure and country by country reporting.

    Roundtable Forum in Paris

    The roundtable forum will be in partnership with the Open Government Partnership which will bring together multinational companies, governments and CSOs to discuss ways to better improve transparency in business transactions. This forum also seeks to get champions from some multinational companies that will spear-head transparency commitments in their companies and in countries they operate.

    MO IBRAHIM (OGP Ambassador and Founder of The Mo Ibrahim Foundation), ROSIE DONACHIE (Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, Europe at BHP Billiton), ADRIAN LOVETT (Chief Executive Officer (interim) at The ONE Campaign)
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    16:15 - 17:05
    Rethinking open data: implications of privately held data in the management of public goods
     Déclinaison dans les villes - Table ronde

      Palais d'Iéna - Eiffel
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Questions to be explored include:

    • How do private actors share new data and insights with the public sector?
    • How do evolving regulatory mandates impact potential for public and private data sharing?
    • How do we balance the public interest with the business interests and rights of private actors?
    • How do we address the privacy implications of sharing data collected in consumer context?
    • What can we learn from existing public and private partnership attempts?
    • How replicable are policy or business strategies in defining collaboration?
    • Beyond data what other layers of privately created or managed technical infrastructure need to be considered as part of public policy and management of public goods (e.g algorithms, analysis techniques/tools)?

    Kevin Webb (World Bank / OpenTraffic) and Philippe Crist (OECD-ITF)
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      Palais d'Iéna - Room 1
    Langue : Français

    Dans la continuité de l’événement « Ministère Ouvert » organisé à Dijon le 29 septembre dernier, le Secrétariat d’Etat aux Collectivités territoriales, propose, en partenariat avec l’association Villes Internet, un atelier collaboratif sur le thème « Les collectivités et l’Etat dans un gouvernement ouvert ».

    L’objectif sera d’aboutir à des propositions concrètes en matière d’accompagnement des collectivités à l’ouverture de leur gouvernance, qui pourraient être intégrées dans le prochain Plan d’action PGO de la France pour la période 2017-2019.

    Projet de déroulé : Introduction par Florence Durand-Tornare, DG de Villes Internet et restitution des travaux du Ministère Ouvert à Dijon - Présentation du dispositif expérimental d’accompagnement des collectivités à l’open data par un représentant de l’association OpenData France - Echange ouvert sur des propositions concrètes en matière d’accompagnement des collectivités à l’ouverture de leur gouvernance en vue du Plan d’action 2017-2018 - Restitution des propositions en présence d’Estelle Grelier, Secrétaire d’Etat aux Collectivités territoriales - Mot de la fin par Estelle Grelier

    Estelle Grelier, Secrétaire d'Etat aux Collectivités territoriales, Florence Durand-Tornare, DG de Villes Internet
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    11:15 - 12:35
    Will algorithms weaken or revive democratic governance?
     Open data et open ressources - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 1
    Langue : Anglais

    Algorithms have bad press. They seem to be everywhere yet often hidden and generally poorly understood by the general public. They are referred to as ‘black boxes’ concealing sophisticated and insidious mechanisms that crunch citizen-consumers’ data to make predictions that turn into prescriptions, and lock these subjects into their condition. Some argue they widen inequality and may threaten democracy. There is of course partial truths and needed caution abound the risks posed by a growing reliance on algorithms in various aspects and activities of our lives, particularly those created ‘on our behalf’ by corporations and governments.

    However, the rise of algorithms may also provide a historical opportunity, both a practical way and moral obligation, to reengineer current power structures and decision-making processes within data-infused societies in positive ways. ‘Algovernance’ is both old and new—societies are governed by codified and standardized rules and mechanisms that use and produce information towards prediction and prescription.

    In today’s digital world, we think and talk about different kinds of algorithms; those of the Big Data revolution. They feed on different inputs, seem less ‘human’, and have more immediate and possibly more powerful effects. At the same time, our contemporary world is highly unequal, unfair, and unstable. What role can algorithms play to make this world a better place? Can algorithms of the Big Data era and the opportunities, risks and questions they raise, be leveraged as forces of positive disruption? In the age of data, could algorithms be less fallible due to human error or bias and can be designed in a more robust manner to improve the human condition. Could they offer opportunities to question outcomes?

    A focus on positive disruption moves away from discussions on whether algorithms are inherently good or bad, or whether machines can fully or incompletely express the range of human decision-making; positive disruptions involve elements that reinforce the use of algorithms as tools generating value while safeguarding minorities and edge cases from the realities of human biases. Additionally, features of conditions of these disruptions include: 1) greater participation of audiences for scrutiny and meaningful use; 2) greater access to information on input data and algorithms; and 3) further opportunities for education on data and computational literacy and other demand-driven efforts decreasing potential harms.

    75-90 minute workshop with panel presentations, demonstrations and moderated discussions. The panel presentations would provide case studies on the development, design and governance algorithms for positive disruption. The demonstrations would specifically focus on governance innovation involving algorithms as the final product of a series of global workshops, followed by moderated discussions.

    We suggest a panel discussion of renowned experts as well as demonstration and discussion moderators, selected from the group below: - Alex ‘Sandy’ Pentland - Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye - Nicolas de Cordes - Nuria Oliver - Cathy O’Neill - Emmanuel Letouzé - Natalie Shoup - David Sangokoya - Julia Manske

    Session schedule: 1. Introduction of workshop and panel 2. Introductory presentations 3. Algorithms and governance innovation design demonstrations 4. Moderated discussions

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    12:45 - 14:05
    Introduction to the basics and the best practices of OGP
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 1
    Langue : Anglais

    This session will be divided into two parts. The first part will provide an overview of the basics of OGP. Government and civil society representatives from OGP countries will share their experiences with co-creation, implementation and monitoring in the second part. There will be an opportunity for questions from the audience in both.

    Agenda

    OGP Basics (20 minutes)

    • Presentation by the OGP Support Unit on basics of OGP: governance and structure, eligibility, co-creation of National Action Plans, tools and resources available
    • Presentation by the Independent Review Mechanism
    • Presentation by Tim Hughes (Involve UK) on the OGP Review Tool and findings from the latest round of assessments

    Audience Q&A (20 minutes)

    Country experience sharing (20 minutes)

    • Civil society representative sharing country-level experiences with co-creation
    • Government representative sharing country-level experiences on inter-governmental coordination and implementation
    • Civil society representative reflecting on independent monitoring/NAP review tool results for their country

    Audience Q&A (20 minutes)

    Audience Q&A (20 minutes)
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    14:15 - 15:35
    Qui est la société civile française et comment mieux dialoguer avec elle ?
     Open data et open ressources - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 1
    Langue : Français

    L'atelier consiste à partager avec les participants un premier panorama de la société civile française (avec une perspective centrée sur les questions liées aux thématiques habituellement abordées dans le cadre du Partenariat pour un Gouvernement Ouvert) et à les inviter à enrichir cette ressource ouverte qui pourra être utile à tous (citoyens, associations, institutions...).

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    15:45 - 17:05
    Towards a Transparent and Accountable Natural Resource Regime in Africa;
     Climat et développement durable - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 1
    Langue : Anglais

    The extractive industries generate tremendous wealth for more than 50 countries around the world, but many of these nations have been unable to translate the windfalls into long-term growth and improved well being for citizens. As such, for many Oil, Gas and Mineral rich counties, development remains elusive; the rich get richer and the poor stay poor, economies stagnate, corruption flourishes and conflict deepens. It is time citizens from producing and consuming countries can join together to demand better governance and accountability in the generation and use of natural resource wealth. It is against this background that presentation will aim at awakening citizen’s participation in natural resource governance in Africa. The meeting which is to be organized can accommodate about 25 to 50 participants from Africa and Europe and South America

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      Palais d'Iéna - Room 2
    Langue : Anglais

    10:45 - 12:05
    Liberté, Egalité, Data: How to Build Participatory Communities That Deliver
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 2
    Langue : Anglais

    Facilitators open the floor to participants for lightening talks with what they see as the top barriers to participation and collaboration on Open Government initiatives within their community, and how they propose we overcome them. - Ms. Andrews, Wall Street Journal social media editor, moderator, helps identify trends and discussion points to challenge the participants with, taking in questions and ideas from around the room in the most collaborative way possible. - Together through the session, we identify and display a draft list of the top 10 obstacles for Open Government participation and collaboration, with the top 10 steps we can all take to overcome them and achieve the goals of our programs -- similar to the ThreatDown segment on the popular show The Colbert Report (http://smg.photobucket.com/user/Greyskye/media/OnNotice.jpg.html), we're putting barriers to Open Government on notice.

    Participants:

    • Natalie Andrews, moderator, is Wall Street Journal social media editor.

    • Mariéme Jamme is a Senegalese Born British BusinessWoman, technologist, Founder of IamtheCODE, first African-led, global movement to mobilise governments, businesses and investors to support girls and young women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, arts, and design (STEAMD) and co-founder of Africa Gathering, a global platform that brings together entrepreneurs , businesses and experts to share ideas about Africa's development and positive change.

    • Seamus Kraft is a communicator and civic activist building new means for successful democracy in the digital age. Since February 2013, he has built The OpenGov Foundation into a dedicated six-person team producing cutting-edge civic software used by elected officials and citizens in governments.

    • Justin Herman coordinates government-wide Digital Communities and Open Government for the U.S. General Services Administration Technology Transformation Service, led the collaborative development of the U.S. Public Participation Playbook, and supported the participatory development of the third U.S. National Action Plan for Open Government.

    • Tiago Peixoto is a Senior Governance Specialist at The World Bank Group, focusing on working with governments to develop solutions for better public policies and services.

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    12:15 - 13:35
    La diffusion des études d'impact et des mesures compensatoires par les outils numériques
     Climat et développement durable - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 2
    Langue : Français

    Le recours à des outils numériques pour assurer la diffusion des études d'impact et des mesures compensatoires auprès de tous les publics

    Dans le cadre des actions menées en France en matière de démocratie participative et d’ouverture des données sur les impacts et incidences des projets sur l’environnement, le ministère de l’environnement, de l’énergie et de la mer développe par des méthodes collaboratives de type « hackathons » pour dématérialiser puis diffuser sur des portails internet, les études d’impact et les mesures compensatoires relatives aux projets d’infrastructures ou d’activités susceptibles avoir un impact sur l’environnement.

    Cette action s’inscrit dans une démarche plus générale dite « GreenTech verte » portée par Madame Ségolène Royal, ministre de l’environnement, de l’énergie et de la mer, visant à impulser une plus grande implication des citoyens dans les politiques environnementales menées, en libérant les nouveaux potentiels numériques pour la participation du public et le développement économique. Cette démarche vise notamment à tirer parti des réseaux intelligents, de l’ouverture et du partage des données, qui amorcent un nouveau modèle de développement, accélérateur d’innovations technologiques, créateur de richesses et d’emplois.

    Il est proposé de présenter à l’occasion du sommet Partenariat pour un gouvernement ouvert (PGO), un démonstrateur permettant de récupérer, puis d’ouvrir et diffuser sur internet, les études d’impact et les mesures compensatoires de projets d’infrastructures ou d’installations susceptibles d’avoir un impact sur l’environnement.

    Au cours de cet atelier, les participants des différents pays membres du Partenariat pour un gouvernement ouvert - PGO échangeront sur les démarches d’ouverture des données relatives aux études d’impact dans des formats numériques sur le web, sur l’amélioration de la participation des différents publics aux consultations sur les projets et sur l’implication des différentes parties prenantes dans le renseignement des bases de données relatives à l’environnement (impacts, faune et flore…).

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    13:45 - 15:05
    Opening up Science and Education in OGP Countries
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 2
    Langue : Anglais

    Technology has enabled new opportunities for access and innovative use of educational resources and scientific information. Now more than ever, teachers and learners can take advantage of new educational opportunities, when resources are openly licensed. With openly licensed educational materials, communities can freely share and build upon educational resources, maximizing their potential. Similarly, open licensing of scientific publications created from public funds can strengthen scientific research and innovation by promoting sharing and collaboration between scientists, as well as dissemination of results.

    This session explores countries’ specific OGP action plan commitments to opening access to education and scientific research, their implementation, as well as developments in open access around the world with the specific goal to increase the awareness, promote resource sharing. Because it is intended to be a workshop, the session will be focused on developing new commitments for the countries present at the workshop, as well as know-how exchange.

    Civil society and government colleagues from multiple countries will share their experiences. They will foster an interactive group discussion around how citizens can continue to bring the values of the OGP to education and science initiatives within their countries, through the use of open educational resources. Discussion will also target how open educational resources exemplify OGP goals of transparency, increased efficiency in governance, and deepened engagement between governance and civil society, and how these resources also support existing commitments in National Action Plans.

    This session will share resources and ways for audience members to stay involved, such as the monthly OGP and Open Education network calls, open access to scientific research and open education commitments, and toolkits on how to openly license educational resources.

    Cori Zarek, Hal Plotkin, Nicole Allen, Jan Gondol
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    15:15 - 16:35
    quelles stratégies pour un PGO réussi dans les pays Francophones d'Afrique ?
     Numérique et développement - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 2
    Langue : Français

    Les pays francophones d'Afrique sont faiblement représentés dans le partenariat pour la transparence gouvernementale que les pays non Francophones. L’objectif de ce panel est donc de réfléchir et faire une proposition de plan d’actions pour aider les pays Francophones d'Afrique à mieux connaître et s’engager au PGO pour plus de transparence dans la gestion des affaires publiques et pour le renforcement de la démocratie. L’activité s’articulera comme suit : - Panel de partage d’expériences animé par des gens de profils différents ; - Workshop de proposition d’un plan d’actions ; - Restitution des travaux.

    Le plan d’actions sera partagé à tous les pays Francophones d'Afrique et fera l’objet d’un suivi et d’une évaluation par un comité qui sera commit à cet effet avec l’appui, si possible, des partenaires comme Open Government Partnership (OGP) et l’Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF).

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      Palais d'Iéna - Room 3
    Langue : Français

    Joel Gurin from the Centre for Open Data Enterprise, Richard Stirling, Innovation Director at the Open Data Institute and Emma Truswell, Deputy Head of Advisory at the Open Data Institute, and will work together to host the workshop around the theme of open data and business engagement. The session will run for 80 minutes, broken down into the following sections: 20 min presentation on the findings of the ODI’s Open Enterprise report case studies and examples of engaging with the business community 20 min presentation from the Center for Open Data Enterprise on findings from the Open Data Impact Map and other work.
    40 min discussion on how businesses, and could be, engaging in open data and working out how governments can encourage more enterprises to use open data The discussion section will be facilitated in smaller groups. Depending on availability, we intend to invite representatives from the ODI Partners, Arup, Syngenta and Thomson Reuters, covered in the ODI’s Open Enterprise case studies.

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    11:00 - 12:20
    Ma Citoyenneté au 21e siècle Construire des plateformes d’expression de la citoyenneté et de protection des données personnelles.
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 3
    Langue : Français

    La Citoyenneté au 21e siècle Construire des plateformes d’expression de la citoyenneté et de protection des données personnelles. La France offre un environnement très favorable à l'expansion de l'audience et de l'influence des plateformes de pétition en ligne. Il existe une société civile forte, structurée par de nombreuses organisations non gouvernementales d'influence globale. Pourtant, l’écosystème des plates-formes de mobilisation et de pétition, qui concerne à ce jour plus 10 millions d’utilisateurs et leurs données personnelles en France se structure qu'autour de quelques acteurs, principalement des structures américaines. Cette captation par des opérateurs américains, pour certaines à vocation commerciale, des données sensibles de l’opinion particulièrement de la jeunesse pose une double problématique 1- Les échanges de données personnelles entre l'Union européenne et les États-Unis étaient régis par l'accord Safe Harbor, en validation jusqu'à son invalidation, le 6/10/2015, par la Cour de Justice de l’Union Européenne. Cet accord devenu caduc, les échanges se poursuivent le plus souvent dans un cadre juridique instable, n'offrant pas aux citoyens français de garanties satisfaisantes concernant la confidentialité de leurs données. | https://www.cnil.fr/fr/le-safe-harbor 2- Depuis la fin 2015, le Département de la Sécurité Intérieure des États-Unis teste l'exploitation des informations associées aux réseaux sociaux des demandeurs de visas. Étendue aux plates-formes de mobilisation et de pétition, ce dispositif fait peser un risque considérable sur la liberté de conscience et la liberté d'expression des citoyens français utilisateurs des plates-formes. Alor quelle alternative aux plateformes américaines pour l’expression des citoyens francophones et européens. Cette table ronde sera co-organisé par : We Sign It, Active Generation, Africtiviste, Il y aura autour de la table un-e representant-e de la cnil, un-e chercheur-euse sur les mobilisations citoyenne en ligne, des activistes, et un-e politique. Le debat sera probablement modéré par un-e journaliste spécialiste des mobilisations sur internet.

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    12:30 - 13:50
    Has OGP encouraged “ATI Lite”?
     Accès à l'information - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 3
    Langue : Anglais

    The Open Government Partnership recognizes the significance of access to information as a fundamental human right and a foundational element of transparent and accountable government. Access to information is one of four areas with criteria for OGP eligibility. With five years of experience from the development of the OGP eligibility indicators and a number of calls for eligibility criteria amendment, the Paris Summit provides an ideal opportunity to consider whether the ATI criteria as presently crafted are sufficiently robust and rigorous, and if not i.e. if they are promoting the lowest common denominator rather than measuring real access to information, what might be some additions or amendments. Moreover, as national level action plans are drafted and implemented, it is incumbent on us to examine the extent to which these plans are advancing the right of access to information through specific, measurable, actionable and ambitious commitments. With almost fifty new action plans to be developed in advance of the Paris Summit, this workshop will present some new data on the extent to which access to information is being incorporated into the national action plans and the types of commitments being made. With the overarching question of whether, through the action plans, access to information is helping reach the OGP ideals of transparency, openness and participation and/or if OGP is serving as a positive lever for advancing more effective access to information. Three areas of inquiry are central to this roundtable:

    1. Eligibility Criteria: Are OGP eligibility criteria around ATI too lax or are they still appropriate? Is it possible that eligibility criteria have contributed to a watering down of more robust conceptions of access to information good practice? What might be other means of measuring the right to information as part of the eligibility criteria?

    2. Commitments: In the fifty new OGP action plans, have countries done a better job including access to information? Are the commitments sufficient specific, measurable, actionable and ambitious?

    3. Implementation: Beyond the scope of simply making commitments, among those implementing ATI action plans, how are they doing? Do the ways we evaluate successful implementation strengthen or do a disservice to meaningful ATI?

    This roundtable will be led by the OGP co-anchors with additional participation from working group members from government and civil society. The aim is to engage participants in considering the OGP eligibility criteria and identifying opportunities to assure the meaningful advancement of the right of access to information and avoid the trap of "ATI lite"

    Laura Neuman, Director, Global Access to Information Program, The Carter Center; Joel Salas, Information Commissioner, Mexico National Institute for Access to Information; Helen Darbishire, Executive Director, AccessInfo Europe; Alvaro Herrero, Buenos Aires Municipality, Argentine
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    14:00 - 15:20
    Tools & strategies to transform public contracting
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 3
    Langue : Anglais

    In 2016 alone, more than 10 countries have proposed new NAP commitments to improve transparency and engagement in public procurement through open contracting. Better access to open data on government contracts means new opportunities to analyze, monitor and use this data to shine a light on public procurement markets. The monies and discretion involved make procurement governments’ number one corruption risk.

    This fun and interactive session will focus on sharing lessons so far from efforts to create strategies and tools for government, business, and civic activists that enable different users to promote open contracting and take action on corruption risk. We will also discuss what data and alliances are needed to make this happen.

    Agenda for the workshop:

    Opening: Welcome and introduction by participants

    Framing: Setting the context for developing transformative approaches, tools and replication

    Lightning talks followed by break out groups:

    How to build the business case for open contracting? How to do smart contracting through open data? How to analyze key data sets for procurement transparency? How to monitor corruption risks? How to promote the use of data by civil society? How to work with journalists? How to monitor contracts in infrastructure? How to promote open contracting at the local levels? How to prioritize data-driven contracting during reconstruction efforts? Closing remarks

    Julia Keseru, The Engine Room; Ian Makgill, OpenOpps; Chia-Kai Liu, DSP Inc., Taiwan; Mara Mendes, Digiwhist; Andrew Mandelbaum, Development Gateway; Hope Muli, Hivos Kenya; Gabriel Sipos, TI Slovakia; Natalie Forsyuk, CoST Ukraine; Daniel Coissard, Open Data Bourgogne; Ramesh Kumar Sharma, PPMO, Nepal; Kathrin Frauscher, Open Contracting Partnership; Zoe Reiter, Transparency International
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      Palais d'Iéna - Room 4
    Langue : Anglais

    In 25 countries worldwide, projects supported by the Global Partnership for Social Accountability are bringing citizens and governments together in local and national alliances to improve the efficiency and quality of public services and government performance. The projects have achieved notable results over the past years of operation, both in terms of service outcomes and in the levels of collaboration established between the government and civil society groups. These engagements are giving citizens a chance at practical and effective participation in decision-making around issues that affect their daily lives. This workshop will give participants an idea of how social accountability mechanisms are making governments and citizens work together to implement open government plans. The outline of the session is as follows: 1. Opening: The session will be opened by a representative of the GPSA who will introduce a number of project cases. 2. Cases: Project leaders of GPSA-supported CSOs, together with their counterpart Government officials, and the GPSA/World Bank support teams will briefly present their experiences with social accountability projects that are leading to actual social change and government openness in Indonesia and Malawi. Each of the multi-stakeholder teams will provide examples of how grant-making and capacity support for state-civil society engagement at country level helped them navigate challenges in co-producing open government results.
    3. Break-out discussions: Participants will discuss the following challenge in small break-out conversations facilitated by GPSA team members and partners: How, if at all, can the insights from the experiences in Malawi and Indonesia help others to imagine innovative ways to support the delivery of open government results and strengthen open government ecosystems at country level? The GPSA, along with partners in civil society, governments, and international development partners are trying to answer this question in a pilot supporting open government reforms in several Latin American countries. In seeking to answer the question, participants will be able to contribute their examples, questions and challenges. The facilitator will encourage groups to identify the types of recommendations useful to them. 4. Conclusion: Each breakout group will recap their takeaways from the small group conversations to the larger group. The lead facilitator will ask the group to “connect the dots” across specific conversations, and to draw out lessons learned and recommendations. What are the emerging patterns from the session? What are the implications for open government stakeholders and open governance? A GPSA representative will close the session. Speakers: The activity will be introduced by Jeff Thindwa, GPSA Program Manager. Speakers are being confirmed from Wahana Visi (Indonesia), the Ministry of Health (Indonesia), Malawi Economic Justice Network (Malawi), the Ministry of Education (Malawi), and corresponding World Bank Task Team Leaders, as well as from USAID (TBC) to share these organizations’ experiences. The session will be facilitated by Florencia Guerzovich (Senior Advisor in Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning, GPSA). Maria Poli (GPSA Capacity Building Coordinator) will recap the discussion.

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    10:30 - 11:50
    Transparency of public decision makers: How does digital technology renew the principle of "Accountability"?
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 4
    Langue : Anglais

    Moderator:

    Gabriel POIFOULOT – Head of studies at the High Authority for transparency of public life, France

    Speakers:

    Chaima BOUHLEL – President of the NGO Al Bawsala, Tunisia

    Romina COLMAN - Data Journalist at La Nación Data, Argentina

    Salvatore MARRAS - Chief Innovation Officer at the Department of Public Administration, Italy

    Bogdan STAN – President of the National Integrity Agency, Romania

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    12:00 - 13:20
    FutureTDM: Mine The Government
     Open data et open ressources - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 4
    Langue : Anglais

    Mine the Government Workshop on open data and text- and data mining.

    TDM technology can help find new patterns, new correlations, new insights into the large amount of information and data that is produced every day. Governments and corporations are using data to create knowledge about the world, and make decisions. Because it is so important we want to know why people are not using it more.

    The FutureTDM project has spent the last year looking at the TDM landscape and identified several barriers. We look forward to discuss these findings with you and get your feedback on how we can improve the uptake of text and datamining.

    We have invited 3 speakers to give different perspectives on the issue working with open data, governments and governmental data.

    Moderator Freyja van den Boom, Project manager and researcher for FutureTDM at Open Knowledge International, Freyja will present the FutureTDM project and the topic of the workshop on the barriers for text-and datamining identified by the FutureTDM consortium.

    Speakers Mireille. van Eechoud Professor of Information Law, and director of IViR's LLM programme in Information Law. She will be speaking about the legal aspects of Text-and Datamining in relation to the emergent regulatory framework for open data and reuse of public sector data.

    Katelyn Rogers, Working Groups Community Manager at Open Knowledge International, Katelyn will discuss the Global Open Data Index and her experiences on crowdsourcing and working with governments and governmental data.

    Diana Krebs Project Manager @openspending at Open Knowledge International. She will present the OpenSpending project and share experiences on (re) use of open data.

    After the presentations there will be time to share and discuss barriers and enablers for TDM.

    Agenda

    12:00 Introduction FutureTDM : improving the uptake of TDM in the EU 12:15 Barriers: Legal aspects of TDM and Open Data 12:35 Project presentation: The Global Open Data Index 12:50 Project presentation: OpenSpending 13:05 Knowledge Cafe: Discussion with participants about The Barriers and Enablers 13:25 Wrap up: action points for FutureTDM

    Prof Mireille van Eechoud, Katelyn Rogers, B.A., Diana Krebs, B.A., Freyja van den Boom, LLM.
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    13:30 - 14:50
    Institutionalizing Parliamentary Openness: Innovative Models for Driving Reform
     Parlement ouvert - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 4
    Langue : Anglais

    To expose the audience to a range of good practice examples, the core component of this session would be brief presentations from parliamentary or civil society representatives from different countries. Each speaker would tell the story of how their organization or parliament has developed a unique institutional mechanism that focuses and organizes parliamentary efforts on openness reform, particularly with regards to OGP. Speakers would include:

    Scott Hubli (moderator), National Democratic Institute's Director of Governance Programs.

    Guillermo Avila, Researcher, Fundar (Mexico): Guillermo would discuss the Open Parliament Alliance in Mexico, which was formally launched two years ago with the mandate of pursuing open parliament reforms. Guillermo would focus on challenges faced by the Alliance and lessons learned throughout the process.

    Cristiano Ferri, Director of the HackerLab, Brazilian Chamber of Deputies: The HackerLab is a permanent space and office within the Chamber of Deputies dedicated to developing new technologies to support the legislature in publishing information and engaging citizens. Cristiano would discuss how this model can be replicated elsewhere, and how parliaments can engage external communities to address technology needs.

    Giorgi Klidiashvili, Director, Institute for the Development of Freedom of Information (Georgia): In Georgia, the parliament has worked closely with civil society to build a permanent commission on openness reform, which includes MPs from all political parties and is responsible for managing parliamentary engagement in OGP. Giorgi will discuss how political support for the commission was built, how it operates, and how the commission coordinates with the executive branch on OGP.

    Hon. Khatuna Gogorishvili, Georgian MP who is member of the Georgian Parliament's permanent council on openness.

    This session will feature brief presentations from the speakers listed above. The moderator would follow-up on each presentation by posing 1-2 questions to each presenter, which will help give the session a more conversational, casual flow. Once each panelists has had the opportunity to present, the moderator will open the floor to questions or comments from the audience. The moderator will close the session by giving each panelist the opportunity to offer closing remarks to summarize the conversation.

    Scott Hubli (moderator), National Democratic Institute's Director of Governance Programs. Guillermo Avila, Researcher, Fundar (Mexico): Guillermo would discuss the Open Parliament Alliance in Mexico, which was formally launched two years ago with the mandate of pursuing open parliament reforms. Guillermo would focus on challenges faced by the Alliance and lessons learned throughout the process. Cristiano Ferri, Director of the HackerLab, Brazilian Chamber of Deputies: The HackerLab is a permanent space and office within the Chamber of Deputies dedicated to developing new technologies to support the legislature in publishing information and engaging citizens. Cristiano would discuss how this model can be replicated elsewhere, and how parliaments can engage external communities to address technology needs. Giorgi Klidiashvili, Director, Institute for the Development of Freedom of Information (Georgia): In Georgia, the parliament has worked closely with civil society to build a permanent commission on openness reform, which includes MPs from all political parties and is responsible for managing parliamentary engagement in OGP. Giorgi will discuss how political support for the commission was built, how it operates, and how the commission coordinates with the executive branch on OGP. Hon. Khatuna Gogorishvili, Georgian MP who is member of the Georgian Parliament's permanent council on openness.
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    15:00 - 16:20
    From intent to outcome: Have action plans opened government?
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 4
    Langue : Anglais

    The session will focus on the initial findings from IRM accountability reports. Specifically, IRM satff will present a snapshot of data on completion and outcomes from commitment implementation that led to changes in government behavior. The conversation will also give an opportunity for a government point of contact, IEP and Civil Society representatives to discuss and provide feedback on takeways, what worked? what are the lessons? how to utilize the findings moving forward? Aligned with the Summit's overview and the strategic refresh, this session will be a good opportunity to learn more about how action plans are contributing to opening up government and the challenges that lie ahead.

    IRM staff will moderate and frame the session with data from findings (10 min). IRM will select 4 discussants (1 POC, 1 IEP/Researcher, 1 CSO) (40 min discussion, including 5 minutes per person for initial thoughts intro ). The moderator will facilitate a 15 minute Q&A with audience. The moderator will then turn to discussants for closing statements (3 minutes each) and final thoughts on implications for the partnership by a management team person (5 minutes).

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      Palais d'Iéna - Room 5
    Langue : Français

    Jurisprudence opening data Speakers : officials from countries members, legal experts Moderating strategy : french ministry of justice will be responsible ; Alexis Eidelman, datascientist at Etalab will be one of the moderator

    Alexis Eidelman, Eloi Buat Menard, Alexandre Aidara, Louis di Benedetto, Christine Chambaz, Paolo Giambiasi, Hubert Lesaffre. (in progress : speakers from the netherlands, germany, spain, romania)
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    11:00 - 12:20
    Improving Openness and Transparency in Land-Based Investments: Goals, Challenges and Solutions
     Open data et open ressources - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 5
    Langue : Anglais

    Overview: Land is central to the identity, culture and livelihood of many people around the world. It provides ecosystem services crucial to human survival and development, including food, water and shelter. Sustainable land management is also crucial for climate change mitigation, as the emissions from forestry, agriculture and land use change make up over 30% of total greenhouse gas emissions.

    Yet a systemic lack of transparency exists around land-based investments. Such investments are often negotiated behind closed doors, without the involvement of all relevant stakeholders. In addition, land contracts, which define the relationships between stakeholders and therefore play a key role in allocating the risks and benefits of such investments, are rarely publicly disclosed.

    This lack of transparency precludes relevant stakeholders (including governments, affected communities and the citizens of host states) from being informed on the process, contents and implications of land-based investments, and from effectively participating in the governance process of land as an essential public resource.

    An increase in public confidence in governance is an essential step for public participation. Transparency creates a solid foundation for more informed land negotiations and land use planning, proper risk assessment and mitigation, and protection of rights at stake, while also reducing the risk of instability around land-based investments that often creates or exacerbates conflict. Transparency also enables stakeholders to monitor compliance with the conditions of investment contracts, and to hold investors and companies to account for environmental and social violations.

    In accordance with the aims of the Open Government Partnership, greater transparency can help to empower citizens, fight corruption, strengthen governance and ensure that resources are sustainably managed for future generations. This roundtable will focus on these issues within the context of land-based investment, and will provide an opportunity for an informed exchange of perspectives, experiences and challenges among stakeholders seeking to realize greater transparency and more accountable governance of land-based investments. The event will also highlight various projects and tools that aim to promote increased transparency in land-based investments, including the Land Matrix and OpenLandContracts.


    Format: The roundtable will bring together relevant stakeholders to share perspectives, experiences and challenges regarding the promotion of transparency in large-scale land-based investments.

    • Introduction (5-6 minutes)

    • Presentation/ showcase by 3-5 speakers on recent and ongoing efforts to promote greater transparency in land-based investments (5-8 minutes per speaker)

    • The majority of the session will be devoted to an interactive exchange among participants (50 minutes)


    Facilitators/ Speakers: The speakers will be drawn from civil society, governments, and other stakeholders. Potential speakers include:

    • A representative of some or all of the co-organizers (CCSI, OCP, WRI, French MOFA and the Global Donor Working Group on Land);

    • 1-2 government representatives who can discuss experience with, or commitments around, land contract transparency;

    • A representative from a CSO or community association working on or advocating for increased transparency at the national level.

    Host : Mathieu Boche, Ministère des Affaires étrangères et du développement international et président du Global Donor Working Group on Land ; Moderator : Gavin Hayman, Open Contracting Partnership ; Speakers : Milena Bernal, Asociación Ambiente y Sociedad - Jesse Coleman, Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment - Dr. John Ulimwengu, Senior Advisor on Agriculture to the Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo - Jessica Webb, Global Forest Watch, World Resources Institute - The Honorable George Wisner II, National Investment Commission, Liberia
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    12:30 - 13:50
    Using EveryPolitician Data in real time
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 5
    Langue : Anglais

    mySociety have been collecting and curating a dataset of every politician in every national level legislature in the world. This data is being used to power sites that allow you to write to politicians in public, build a simple parliamentary monitoring site or cross check political data with other datasets to reveal amazing insights.

    We want participants in this workshop to come and show us what they would like to do with this type of data and hopefully they'll go away with ideas they'll want to carry forward outside of the OGP. This is not your average workshop so attendees should come ready to participate!

    The format of the workshop will be as follows: We'll briefly introduce EveryPolitician then get people in the room to either work together or in groups, as they choose, picking some data and coming back to us at the end with something they’ve found out, made or done with the data. We will set some guidelines which will be displayed in the room so that people know what we're looking for in a good use of the data and we will offer a few prizes to the most creative uses of the data.

    Jen Bramley Dave Whiteland
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    14:00 - 15:20
    Remix to reform
     Open data et open ressources - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 5
    Langue : Anglais

    Utilizing tools like open legislative data standards, semantic data, and NLP enables jurisdictions to better participate in and benefit from the spread of good open government policy in a manner which is itself democratic and open sourced. Inspired by projects like Constitute by the Comparative Constitutions Project (CCP), The State Decoded/America Decoded by the OpenGov Foundation, and Data Science for Social Good’s Legislative Influence Detector , Sunlight Foundation is researching potential applications and working to make open government policies open, starting with open data policies in US cities.

    This session will include an overview by leading practitioners of the exciting projects that are reshaping our understanding of public policy through a new technological lens, before delving into Sunlight’s current work to leverage these approaches in the context of open data policy and open government reform.

    Finally, after a presentation of how these new practices are creating the building blocks for anyone--not just lawyers, lobbyists, and lawmakers--to meaningfully participate in the policy reform process in meaningful ways, we will facilitate a working session for participants to utilize these new tools to easily search and pull best practices into a new draft policy proposal. Participants will leave the session with a better understanding of how data analysis and NLP are changing policy research and with a toolkit for utilizing research to track and draft new (open government) policy, whether a constitution, or new open data law.

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    15:30 - 16:50
    Leave no trace? How to combat ‘off the record’ government
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Workshop

      Palais d'Iéna - Room 5
    Langue : Anglais

    Key questions the workshop will address include:

    • What drives a shift towards "oral" decision-making in government and how widespread is it?

    • How do technology and modern working methods both aid and hinder our ability to create and preserve official information?

    • How do inadequate government record creation and management systems impede efforts at oversight and negate citizen’s rights under access to information laws?

    • What practical policy solutions can we identify to ensure that government actions and decisions are sufficiently documented to allow for proper participation and scrutiny?

    The workshop speakers and facilitators are: • The Canadian Information Commissioner, Suzanne Legault • Graham Smith, Senior Cabinet Advisor, EU Ombudsman Office, Brussels • Michael Cañares Open Data Lab Jakarta’s Regional Research Manager for Asia • Helen Darbishire, Access Info Europe (Moderator) • Mukelani Dimba Executive Director of the Open Democracy Advice Centre in South Africa • Nuala Haughey, Think-tank for Action on Social Change, Ireland.
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      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    09:15 - 09:30
    Building digital public services in all openness, through openness, for openness
     Numérique et développement - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Software eats the world, data is the oil of the XXIst century… yet, assessing my retirement pension online is still a pain. And I'm pretty sure I already filled in that form six months ago! In this session, I will present how the French government uses digital practices, open collaboration and open-source to create innovative public services and use them as leverage to open datasets and APIs.

    Matti Schneider
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    09:30 - 09:45
    Open parliament and open government: the experience of Nuevo León (Mexico)
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The purpose of this proposal is to show the experience of Nuevo Leon in open parliament and government in collaboration with academy and civil society. In the first part of this work I show the result of the first congress about open parliament and open government in Monterrey. In the second part I show the relation in this topic with the stockholders that participate in The State of Nuevo Leon in the North of Mexico.

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    09:45 - 10:00
    CivicTech & Open Cities: how technologies are empowering people and organizations to build the cities of tomorrow
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Keynote of 15 minutes to introduce the context, key numbers and key initiatives regarding the development of Civictech movement to build the cities of tomorrow (L'Atelier BNP Paribas, Matthieu Soulé / Pierrick Bouffaron)

    L'Atelier BNP Paribas North America has been following the CivicTech and Smart City trends for more than a decade in the US and France, both with private and public entities. Based on this experience, the session provides participants with key insights about the expectations and pitfalls of using technology for civic engagement, using a transnational comparison. The keynote is structured around a state of the art of relevant CivicTech initiatives in the US. Bringing together a range of stakeholders (entrepreneurs, civil servants, opinion leaders), the roundtable aims at discussing how technology can - or cannot on its own - engage citizens and raises the question of transparency and accountability. An overview of year-to-year Investments and key market metrics will be given.

    Matthieu Soulé & Pierrick Bouffaron. Pierrick Bouffaron is Senior Strategic Analyst at L’Atelier BNP Paribas North America, in charge of supporting the BNP Paribas Group and its partners in fine-tuning their global digital and industrial strategies. Hands-on engineer at heart, trendspotter and passionate about urban technologies and climate challenges, Pierrick holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Energy Economics from Ecole Centrale Nantes (France), Applied Mathematics from Mines ParisTech (France) and is currently pursuing a PhD in Management Science.
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    10:00 - 10:15
    Indice de confort de vie dans un lieu donné.
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Le speaker : Julien Daubert Panasyuk - CEO de l'entreprise 10h11 Profil Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliendaubert 10h11 présentera sa vision de l'économie actuelle portée par la datascience et la visualisation de données. Nous déclinerons notre approche sur la valeur de la donnée et de l'open-data pour les politiques publiques. Enfin, nous présenterons la définition, par la donnée, d'un indice de confort de vie à l'adresse précise et l'enjeu économique et touristique d'un tel service pour une ville.

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    10:15 - 10:30
    Nouveauté au Sommet PGO - Agence Open Gov Algéria Lab (OGA Lab) - Université Libre de la Démocratie Locale (ULDL) - Génération Open Gov International (Génération OGI) - Démocratie 100 Frontières - Démocratie du Bonheur
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Initiatives Citoyennes Algériennes (ICA)

    • Agence Algérienne de la Démocratie Locale
    • Université Libre de la Démocratie Locale
    • Communauté des Réformateurs

    6 Thèmes centraux du Pitch

    • L'Agence Algérienne de la Démocratie Locale
    • L' Université Libre de la Démocratie Locale (ULDL)
    • La Communauté des Réformateurs
    • La Génération Open Gov International (Génération OGI)
    • La Démocratie 100 Frontières
    • La Démocratie du Bonheur

    Présentation sommaire de l'intervention

    L’article 15 de la Déclaration des droits de l’homme et du citoyen de 1789 dispose que "la société a le droit de demander compte à tout agent public de son administration". Partant du principe que le citoyen algérien a le droit d'accéder aux informations sur l'activité gouvernementale, constatant qu'il réclame plus de transparence de la part de son gouvernement, reconnaissant à l'Algérie ses efforts dans la mise en place d'un programme européen en faveur de la démocratie participative et du développement local (CapDeL), assumant la responsabilité qui nous incombe en tant que citoyens algériens vivant en France, il nous revient d'encourager la mise en place de l'Agence Algérienne de la Démocratie Locale visant à faire progresser la transparence et l’action publique. L'Agence s'engage en faveur d'un Gouvernement Ouvert en Algérie, pour une République Algérienne plus proche du citoyen et plus prospère. Plus de participation, plus de transparence et plus de collaboration, c'est ce que nous souhaitons pour l'avenir de l'Algérie. La doctrine de l'Agence est 100% algérienne. L'accès à l'information encourage les débats et les dialogues entre les acteurs politiques. Le chantier des réformes en faveur de l'Algérie vient d'être engagé avec notre agence et avec un programme innovant 100% citoyen ouvert à la participation publique. Dans son action régionale (Afrique du Nord), notre agence prend l'engagement d’œuvrer dans le sens du développement de l'Algérie en partageant publiquement l'expertise des meilleurs pratiques, travaillera avec les collectivités algériennes et toutes les institutions gouvernementales dans le cadre de leurs missions de service public.

    Working together for Algeria to develop and implement ambitious local reforms - #MakeOpenGovGreatAgain

    Grands axes

    1. Présentation de l'Agence
    2. Algérie, partenariat (s) : l'initiative de l'Université Libre de la Démocratie Locale (ULDL)
    3. Transparence des gouvernements et accès à l'information : les initiatives de l'Algérie en matière de transparence pour faire progresser la co-construction et la modernisation de l’action publique
    4. Bonne gouvernance, bonnes pratiques : l'exemple de l'Algérie engagée dans la promotion des valeurs démocratiques
    5. La démocratie locale dans le monde arabe

    Mme. Amane BELAIDI
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    10:30 - 10:45
    The collaborative wikification of public services procedures
     Innovation publique - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The purpose of this pitch is to showcase the open source wiki (wiki.ellak.gr) which is operated by GFOSS and contains information about the public services / procedures in Greece.

    The wiki is based on the Open Source MediaWiki package. Executives from public bodies record the public services as well as the procedures followed for the provision of each service. Each service is, in terms of Wikipedia, a section containing all the relevant information: The procedure steps, the necessary documents with templates for all printed and / or electronic forms and the relevant legislation on which it relies.

    The wiki has been adopted by regional governments and up to today 750 services have been recorded.

    The next step of the project is to train more government officials from various public bodies to use wiki.ellak.gr and also from a technical aspect to implement a solution of the Core Public Service Vocabulary (CPSV https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/asset/cpsv-ap/description) in Greece in order to represent the Greek Public Services Catalogue in a machine readable format. Up to now, the information is published in html pages which hampers its reuse. Good practices show the way towards publishing public services in machine readable formats, thus enabling their reuse and allowing for flexible visualisations of the information. The Core Public Service Vocabulary is a simplified, reusable and extensible data model that captures the fundamental characteristics of a service offered by public administration, thus it is the perfect candidate for the reusable publishing of the Greek Public Services Catalogue.

    The ultimate goal is to pursue open government reforms with a tangible impact that will progressively enable changes in the day to day operation of public administration. It is anticipated that the deployment of wiki technologies will eventually improve the basic services, directly or indirectly i.e. for public employees, citizens, visitors and tourists.

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    10:45 - 11:00
    Leveraging Big Data to Combat Corruption in Government Procurement
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    More than 50 governments have made commitments to enhance procurement transparency through the Open Government Partnership. Fourteen governments recently committed to implementing the open contracting data standard (OCDS), which would enable the use of standardized tools for monitoring and assessing government procurement data. The advent of e-procurement and the willingness of governments to adopt OCDS gives us the ability to use procurement data in ways that we could only dream of just a few years ago.

    Development Gateway has been collaborating with governments, the private sector and civil society to convert government data to OCDS and build open source tools that enable analysis of procurement markets. We have developed a series of indicators that shine a light on the efficiency and transparency of government procurement, as well as on the effectiveness of government in gaining value for money on behalf of citizens.

    Critically, we are building a red flagging system that incorporates valuable indicators that can indicate potential corruption or collusion at all phases of the procurement process. Because these tools are dependent on the availability of quality contracting data, we have also developed a visualization that clearly displays what we can learn about the procurement process with the data available from any given contracting entity.

    During this lightning talk, Development Gateway will share its research on government procurement, focusing on its red flagging system and accompanying visualizations. We will also lay out the case for government use of OCDS and help participants to understand how governments can become more efficient and effective through a minimal investment in open contracting.

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    11:15 - 11:30
    PORTALIS, le numérique au service de la justice du 21ème siècle
     Innovation publique - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    La présentation débutera par un bref rappel des objectifs et du calendrier du projet, structuré par six jalons principaux.

    Le pitch sera ensuite conduit en deux parties :

    1ère partie : Une présentation de la démarche participative et des outils d'animation mis en œuvre pour conduire ce projet, ainsi que des questions essentielles qui en découlent : - Quel équilibre entre la "justice numérique" et la "justice physique"? - Comment, dans une démarche de simplification et de transparence, rendre la justice plus lisible et plus accessible, sans pour autant en dévoyer le sens et le contenu? - Comment assurer concomitamment l'ouverture et la sécurité des données parmi les plus sensibles?

    C'est la feuille de route de la "communauté" créée pour accompagner le projet. Ses modes de fonctionnement seront présentés, ainsi que quelques cas concrets de problématiques qu'elle a eu à traiter, et la méthodologie utilisée pour y parvenir.

    2ème partie : Une présentation en avant-première de l'outil numérique qui sera déployé en 2017, le "Portail du Justiciable" qui permettra à terme à la Justice et aux justiciables d'interagir de manière dématérialisée.

    A l'issue du pitch, pour capitaliser sur l'opportunité qu'offre cette rencontre d'améliorer le projet et sa méthodologie, les participants seront invités à répondre à un questionnaire en ligne leur ouvrant la possibilité de contribuer au projet, en tant que justiciable et/ou en tant qu'expert.

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    11:30 - 11:45
    Together we fight corruption in Rasnov, Romania
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Speaker: Representative of the association "APORT"

    1) Introduce ourselves, the organization, and what we stand for as an NGO 2) What brought us into the organization, giving personal examples of what has been dealt with 3) Real life examples of how we are currently fighting corruption 4) What has inhibited us from doing our work 5) How simple citizens can fight against corruption using their rights

    Stefanie Stakenburg
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    12:00 - 12:15
    Cyberactivism: Technology can help fight corruption?
     Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Formidable as anti-corruption challenges are it is wrong to suggest that nothing can be done, never before has the global anti-corruption movement enjoyed as much energy and momentum. In an internet-driven age, the advent of technology innovations is increasingly helping citizens around the world hold governments and elected officials accountable, challenge corruption, and demand the right to transparency. It is also helping to bridge the divides that exist between citizens and government by making participation and collaboration open, fluid and constructive. In Guatemala, citizen demands made to governments have increased over the last few years, while citizen participation in government planning have reached new lows. However, what governments often fail to see is that this new digital culture can help drive an unprecedented change in civic activism by providing citizens with new tools to increase their participation in crafting solutions to governance challenges. As a response of the corruption fight backed by United Nations in Guatemalan citizens have already begun to embrace civic tech practices to improve local governance. One specific action under taken by young citizens was opening data of politicians running for government offices CandiDatos.gt, a platform created by a grassroots citizens’ network and Red Ciudadana (Citizen Network)—a group dedicated to broadening transparency and strengthening anticorruption initiatives—profiles political candidates, helps register voters, and fights corruption by enforcing transparency. To date, the platform has helped register some 73,000 young, first-time Guatemalan voters, and organized public forums to discuss corruption, both virtually and online with more than 285,000 platform visits from which 141,000 came from mobile devices, discussing generated among voters were topics such as youth, technology and democracy; public financing of political parties; and reform of electoral laws and the political party system, as takeaways Candidatos placed the discussing in society beyond online channels on embracing this new digital culture to improve local governance and how it can present serious challenges. Governments, the private-sector and academia, however, can play a pivotal role by providing resources for citizens and communities to spur into action. For example, local governments can develop new policies and mechanisms to streamline projects; the private sector can maximize contributions to fill gaps in financing; and academia can help shape opinions and approaches that respond to community needs. Their resources can help create opportunities for communities to learn new skills and, by enabling citizens to act together, can help foster inclusion and equality. However, without resources allocated to civic tech practices, and without collaboration and support between citizens and key local stakeholders and powerbrokers, communities may not benefit from new opportunities for self-direction in tech to advance local democratic governance.

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    12:15 - 12:30
    Ease identification and traceability of free software for the administrations
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Cette intervention apporte un regard nouveau sur l'importance du recensement, le développement et l'adoption des logiciels libres dans les administrations publiques, avec un focus sur le projet Comptoir de l'Adullact et l'initiative mondiale de Software Heritage.

    Roberto Di Cosmo, Matthieu Faure
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    12:30 - 12:45
    Giving Citizens Actionable Information
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    This session will include: - A two minute introduction to Code for Africa and our work with Governments/Government Data across the continent. - A three minute showcase of GotToVote (gottovote.cc)

    • A three minute showcase of #DodgyDoctors, a suite of spreadsheet-based health tools built using government data to help citizens make 'life and death' decisions (health.the-star.co.ke)

    -A three minute showcase of WAZImap- a platform, based on Census reporter, built on top of government census data in Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, Uganda to help citizens understand census data and journalists to tell more compelling stories using data (wazimap.org)

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    12:45 - 13:00
    Winds of Change: Progress and Challenges in Open Government Policy in Latin America and the Caribbean (2011-2016)
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Nearly five years following the creation of the Open Government Partnership (OGP), 15 member countries in the region of Latin America and the Caribbean are in the process of implementing open government policies. The OGP should be viewed as a collective work platform that enables ordinary citizens, representatives of civil society organizations, academia, and the private sector to collaborate with political authorities and civil servants in the design and implementation of public policy. Public scrutiny will be a measure by which authorities will be held accountable to provide absolute integrity and accountability.

    The presentation is based on a recently research published by the InterAmerican Development Bank (IDB) about 15 country members of OGP. This study is a continuation of the first review made of the regional panorama with regard to open government policy that was contained in the publication, Winds of Change, which examined the First Action Plans that were presented to the OGP by the same 15 member countries. This sequence provides a review of the Second Action Plans, and is an update in the form of a single statistical document that highlights the number of commitments and the issues that need addressing. The paper will focus on the OGP process and will offer recommendations on how to further stimulate the exercise and improve the quality of the information.

    For more information and details see: https://publications.iadb.org/handle/11319/7621

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    13:00 - 13:15
    Innovation ouverte et collectivités territoriales : présentation de participez.nanterre.fr
     Innovation publique - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Cette plateforme a été construite grâce à la collaboration de citoyens, les élus, les agents de la Ville de Nanterre et des développeurs, designers et l'association DemocracyOS France...

    L'objectif était de concevoir une plateforme au plus près des attentes des citoyens et à même d'épauler les différents dispositifs municipaux existants, afin de proposer un processus clair et transparent de participation citoyenne.

    Associer des acteurs différents, faire se rencontrer les publics, expérimenter et savoir choisir les bons outils sont essentiels pour réussir l'implémentation d'une technologie citoyenne en collectivité.

    L'ambition est aussi de souligner l'importance de l'open source dans l'innovation publique afin de créer des biens communs numériques et susciter des logiques de solidarité entre les collectivités territoriales.

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    13:15 - 13:30
    Learnings for new alliances from the 5.5 Million Euro Open Data Incubator Programme for Europe
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The session will show the uniqueness of this crossover activities, how these player from different sectors played under this umbrella together and how fruitful this was for all participating actors.

    First a quick intro of the ODINE program, followed by an presentation of 3 success stories showing the impact triple bottom line impact (social, environmental, economic). Closing with an extensive Q&A and discussion to foster Open Data ecosystems and the related OGP.

    The programme, which is modelled on the Open Data Institute’s startup incubator, is funded with a €7.8m grant from the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme and is delivered by seven partners, including the ODI, the University of Southampton, Telefonica Open Future, the Guardian, Fraunhofer and the Open Knowledge Foundation (Germany).

    Outline: Introduction to ODINE (10 min) Learnings of the past 18 month running the incubator with more than 40 open data companies and organisations and a lot of side projects across various sectors (10 min) 3 presentation of success stories - open data Deutsche Bahn / German open data study & new open data law propositon / crossover from to EITI & OGP (15 minutes) Learning from operating open data realm (5 min) What is needed in the future (10 min) QA and discussion (30 min)

    This event is for policy makers, PSI holders, CSO, SMEs and startups, NGOs and public servants interested in the learning from an forward moving open data ecosystem.

    Participants: Dr. Elena Simperl, SOTON University, UK Pencho Kuzev, KAS 1 person from openoil / EITI and Deutsche Bahn Walter Palmetshofer Open Knowledge Foundation, Germany

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    13:30 - 13:45
    Reducing illegal logging and promoting forest legality in the Brazilian amazon through transparency and traceability
     Climat et développement durable - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The pitch will last 10-15 minutes. It will be hosted by Renato Morgado (Imaflora) and will be structured around the following timeline:

    2´: Introduction by the hosts 5’: Forest transparency and ilegality in Brasil 8’: The forest transparency prototype

    Renato Morgado is the coordinator of public policies at Imaflora. His overall assignment is to design, plan and execute actions and projects particularly related to the following themes: public participation, access to information, open government, climate change, protected areas and illegal deforestation. Renato is part of the OAS Open Government Fellowshp.

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    13:45 - 14:00
    Better Services for Citizens by Cooperation between National and Local Governments
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The project aims to create a Network of State and Municipal Unified Customer Service Centers accross Latvia, where, through cooperation between National and Local Governments, are unified and digitalised services of such bodies as State Social Insurance Agency, State Employement Agency, State Revenue Service, Register of Enterprises, State Rural Support Service, State Land Service, Office of Citizenship and Migration, State Labour Inspectorate.

    Innovative approach of implementation of the “one stop shop” principle - significant change of inter-institutional and inter-governmental cooperation by minimizing distinction between services provided by local governments or state institutions, as well as paying significant attention to development of e-skills and fostering a positive attitude towards self–service.

    The role of leaders – national or local government level – was crucial for co-designing and taking decisions to implement multi-channel, multi-government, interdisciplinary and interoperable approach towards the needs of clients and in the same time being efficient from the point of view of use of public funds. Leadership is a key characteristic for such kind of changes in public services delivery.

    There is no need of a new institution to run the network or significant investments; it is driven by multi stakeholder cooperation approach, and gradual changes in mind-set of decision makers by understanding the need of breaking silos amongst different public bodies.

    A particular innovation in this project is voluntary involvement of local governments to provide most popular “physical/on-site” state institution services and use of existing infrastructure/ assets and human resources.

    Edmunds Belskis
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    14:00 - 14:15
    IGNfab, l’accélérateur de projets de géoservices numériques de l’IGN
     Innovation publique - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Déroulé:

    1ere partie : Comment un établissement public accélère les projets de startups. - Processus IGNfab – présentation du 4ème appel à projets en cours

    Intervenant : Nicolas Lambert chef de la mission innovation et partenariats industriels IGN >>10mn

    2ème partie : Retour d’expérience de start-up incubée

    Intervenant : startup incubée IGNfab, David Callegari Fondateur INSUNWETRUST ou startup incubée IGNfab, Camille Duran Chef de projet HYDRATEC >>5mn

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    14:15 - 14:30
    Right To Be Forgotten. The Serious Threat To Open Data Community
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The Pitch will touch the problem that arouse from the Google case ruling. I will refer to the issue of re-using individual personal data and risks connected with erasing the data of former politicians and public figures in general which have direct influence on Open Data projects. I will try to draw a line between the right to information and the right to privacy also using the example of mojepanstwo.pl, open data portal supported by the EPF (ePanstwo Foundation, Poland). The Pitch should be interesting for all who are conducting Open Data projects using personal data and those who follow the issue of relations between Freedom of Information and protection of privacy.

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    14:30 - 14:45
    Régulation des réseaux numériques par la data : donner le pouvoir aux utilisateurs, pour orienter le marché dans la bonne direction.
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Complémentaire aux outils classiques dont dispose le régulateur, la régulation par la data consiste à utiliser la puissance de l'information pour orienter le marché dans la bonne direction. Objectif : une régulation efficace, juste, transparente et utile à tous. En pratique, il s'agit de :

    • donner du pouvoir aux utilisateurs par une information précise et personnalisée, que celle-ci provienne des utilisateurs eux-mêmes (crowdsourcing), qu'elle soit collectée par le régulateur auprès des opérateurs et mises en open data (" dégroupage de la data ") ou qu'elle soit directement produite par le régulateur (par exemple au travers des campagnes de mesures de la qualité de service mobile) ;
    • mobiliser les utilisateurs pour faire remonter les problèmes rencontrés (plateforme de signalement), en passant d'une logique de plainte consommateur à un acte citoyen. Une première concrétisation de cette approche a été le lancement par l’Arcep au 3ème trimestre 2016 d'un appel à partenariats invitant les acteurs souhaitant travailler avec l'Arcep à se manifester et proposer leurs idées.

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    15:00 - 15:15
    Retruco : A crowdsourced argument analysis platform
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    15:15 - 15:30
    Scaling Civic Tech and Open Data Communities
     Innovation publique - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The g0v.tw (gov-zero Taiwan) civic hacking community grew to 1000+ contributors within 18 months, with a mix of 40% developer, 30% designer, and 30% activists/people from government. Taiwan also topped the OKFN Open Data Indexin 2015 as the vibrant communities pushed for open government data, but more importantly the Open-Definition-compliant Open Government Data License was enacted, which was also drafted in the community.

    With a decentralized and inclusive culture, the g0v community encourages projects to be open source and autonomous, as well as collaborating with NGOs that are already tackling specific issues. However communication with the government or NGOs, event organizing, and ensuring sustainability all require very different ways to coordinate. We present the lessons learned as the community evolved, which can be useful to other civic tech communities:

    • Interdisciplinary Collaboration
    • Advocates of Open Culture for NGOs
    • Inclusive Culture
    • Dealing with trolls
    • Communication with General Public
    • Communication with Government

    Speakers

    • Chia-liang Kao, Co-founder, g0v.tw
    • Min-Hsuan Wu, Open Culture Foundation

  • Chia-liang Kao, Co-founder, g0v.tw
  • Min-Hsuan Wu, Open Culture Foundation

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    15:30 - 15:45
    Opération Libre : 48h pour ouvrir données et contenus avec les habitants d'une commune
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Le pitch sera présenté par Jean-Philippe Lefèvre (Département de Loire-Atlantique) et Claire Gallon (Association Libertic) avec les associations partenaires (OpenStreetMap, Wikimédia France, Regards citoyens, Tela Botanica,...). Ils vous feront part de leur retour d'expérience sur les différentes Opérations libres menées en France depuis 2013 (Brocas, Chéméré, Aiglun, Montreuil en Touraine).

    La présentation s’appuiera sur les tweets, vidéos, guide et charte produits et partagés par les participants lors de ces événements pour en restituer l’ambiance et les productions concrètes. Données citoyennes, cartographie, photos aériennes, patrimoine, botanique, sensibilisation aux logiciels libres : toutes les productions d’ouverture de données et de connaissances seront mises en valeur. Un accent particulier sera porté sur l’organisation et la transposition dans d’autres pays de cette forme originale d’implication citoyenne, qui n’a pas aujourd’hui d’équivalent dans le monde.

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    15:45 - 16:00
    Opencantieri: a new way to make public infrastructure contracting more transparent
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Opencantieri is a data integration platform and dashboard system that make easier to understand all the stages of contracting processing in public infrastructures: this can enable greater transparency and support accessible and in-depth analysis of the efficiency, effectiveness, fairness, and integrity of all phases, from planning to implementation. 20 parameters combined into KPI’s to answer very simple questions such as: how much was the infrastructure supposed to cost and how much is it costing now? How much of the work has been performed until today, is there any delay and how much is it? How much of the work is has is being performed by subcontractors? What is the increase of the costs due to contract variations or modifications? And, least but not last, when the work is supposed to be finished and come into service. Opencantieri is not a repository or a database of contracting data. There are no tables or forms to be transmitted to the platform or data input web page to be filled online by contractors. Most of the work is in the backstage to implement a number of web services on data owners which automatically feed the platform when data change. All data are open and can be downloaded by citizens. At present all major Italian infrastructures are on the platform: railroads, motorways and state and regional streets, airports and ports, main subways and metro lines with nearly 2000 records. The specific result of Opencantieri at present, is to have layed the foundations of a robust and effective open data and a dashboard and indicator system that can accompany the whole construction of any public work.

    Speaker: Giovanni Menduni - Civil and Environmental Engineering Dept. Politecnico di Milano

    Giovanni Menduni - Opencantieri Project Manager
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    16:00 - 16:15
    Open « Case » Law : anonymisation, ouverture et diffusion de la jurisprudence.
     Open data et open ressources - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Suite aux dispositions de la loi Lemaire et aux engagements du PGO, la DILA a souhaité lancer un programme d’innovation collaborative en partenariat avec Open Law* le Droit Ouvert, le Conseil d’Etat, la Cour de Cassation, la Cour des Comptes, le Ministère de la Justice, Etalab et les Avocats du Barreaux de Paris. Ce programme étalé sur 3 mois (de septembre au sommet de décembre 2016), s’inscrit dans la continuité du programme 1 d’Open Law, dédié à l’accès au droit (octobre à décembre 2014) et au programme 3 OPEN LAW EUROPA (septembre à décembre 2015) co-organisés par la DILA. L'ADIJ soutient le programme Open « Case » Law qui contribuera non seulement à la poursuite de l’ouverture des données juridiques et la collaboration avec la société civile autour de l’élaboration de la loi (engagement 12) mais également à transformer les ressources technologiques de l’Etat en plateforme ouverte (engagement 17) et à coproduire avec la société civile les registres clés de données essentielles à la société et à l’économie (engagement 11). Il permettrait de poursuivre les travaux d’innovation collaborative engagés l’an dernier sur Open Law Europa via la création et le développement des "communs numériques du droit " à partir de la co création publique-privée (voir les 5 communs co-désignés de septembre à décembre 2015 http://openlaw.fr/images/8/8d/OpenLawEuropa_livret.pdf

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    16:15 - 16:30
    General Political License
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français

    Les enjeux de la General Political License sont multiples : reconnaissance des communs par les institutions, formation des élus et des fonctionnaires, définition de droits sociaux pour les contributeurs des communs. Du point de vue du gouvernement ouvert, l'accès à la donnée publique est primordiale, mais c'est surtout de la compréhension de la valeur créée par le monde des communs et de l'interopérabilité des processus publics et des processus du monde des communs que l'on pourra traiter dans cette présentation.

    Le processus d'écriture de la General Political License est encore récent. Une première version sera soumise à un questionnaire en direction des élus-es, fonctionnaires, chercheurs, contributeurs du monde des communs, acteurs de l'économie sociale et solidaire ...

    Les résultats du questionnaire seront présentés lors du Forum Mondial du Partenariat pour un Gouvernement Ouvert

    Intervenants pressentis Julien Lecaille (Assemblée des Communs de Lille) Maia Dereva (Licence Contributive Commons) Simon Sarazin (Unisson.co)

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    16:30 - 16:45
    Shifting to low carbon pathways by opening up energy sector decision-making from our energy governance lead
     Climat et développement durable - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Commitments related to the energy sector are a critical component of the NDCs of many countries. Yet decisions about how to generate, deliver, and pay for electricity are usually made in closed-door processes that are not connected to open government activities and are seldom accountable even to counterparts across government. This pitch will outline decision-making processes that will be key to implementing energy-related NDCs and propose entry points for government-civil society partnerships that will commit to increased transparency and accountability. The pitch will be hosted by Davida Wood (World Resources Institute) and will be structured as follows: • Outline of NDCs that are heavily dependent on energy sector commitments • Key financing, policy, and regulatory decisions • Illustrative commitments to transparency and accountability

    Davida Wood, World Resources Institute, coordinator of the Electricity Governance Initiative, a global network of civil society working to improve governance of the electricity sector
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    16:45 - 17:00
    Unbolting prison systems: Transparency standards to unravel information from penitentiary institutions and address human rights violations
     Libertés fondamentales et droits de l'homme - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    The pitch will last 10-15 minutes. It will be hosted by Carolina Cornejo (ACIJ, Argentina), Pepe Tonin (Open Government Coordinator at CGU-MTFC, Brazil) and Luis Cruz (OGP Focal Point, El Salvador), who have developed the “transparency standards” as a pilot project in the frame of the OAS Fellowship on Open Government, a program which engages 23 young leaders from Latin American countries to advance initiatives in the fields of transparency, access to information and citizen participation.

    The pitch will be structured around the following timeline:

    3´: Introduction by the hosts

    The fellows will present the project and explain the underlying theory of change, highlighting the importance of advancing transparency in prison systems and how it can contribute to address the violation of prisoners´ rights. They will briefly address the relevance of the topic within the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and the OGP agenda, and note how oversight institutions -especially NPMs- and government institutions in charge of managing prisons systems- still remain aside from NAPs, while there is a need to ensure access to information around the prison environment.

    5´-7´: Transparency standards within prison systems

    The hosts will present the “transparency standards”, a tool comprised of set of indicators grouped in different dimensions that analyze and measure how transparent prison systems are and whether governments make available key information regarding the prison environment. They will explain their different dimensions and how these standards have been built -backed with international legislation, including UN Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners- and can be measured in national contexts. They will showcase how they have been applied within the penitentiary systems in Argentina, Brazil and El Salvador, and present the main findings.

    2´-5´: Call to action

    Given that the “transparency standards” entail a pilot initiative set at a specific context, the hosts will put forward several strategies that can build upon replication of the standards as a tool for advocacy to advance open government and respect of human rights within prison systems, and which can be fostered to demand accountability from institutions within the penitentiary system in different scenarios, as well as to engage them in the OGP process. Also, the hosts will display a websheet where the standards can be tracked along with the methodology and an online questionnaire to receive feedback on the standards, so as to encourage the audience to test applying them at the national level.

    The desired audience includes representatives from: CSOs working on transparency and human rights, practitioners at the justice system, NPMs, government institutions leading the OGP process at the national level, international organizations and donor agencies, among others.

    As follow-up to the session, the hosts will summarize the presentation on a blogpost -attaching the websheet and online questionnaire-, and disseminate it broadly through institutional websites and social media. Feedback from attendees among other potential users will be incorporated into the “transparency standards”, and further contact will be ensured once the standards become public on an online platform.

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    17:00 - 17:15
    Diffusion et partage des innovations métiers des agents publics
     Innovation publique - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Anglais

    Pour avancer concrètement sur ce sujet, des agents publics ont entamé une réflexion au sein d’une communauté innovation métier de l’Etat avec la contribution de communautés externes. A ce stade, plusieurs pistes ont été identifiées pour faire avancer ce sujet de manière très opérationnelle :

    • Insuffler une culture de la circulation de la connaissance au sein de la sphère publique : sensibilisation des agents publics et leur management, gestion des ressources humaines...
    • Identifier les contenus avec un potentiel de mutualisation/partage, les faire connaître, les qualifier et assurer la sécurité juridique
    • Imaginer une méthodologie de collecte, de diffusion et de collaboration avec une approche "bottom-up"

    Le pitch dans le cadre du sommet PGO, vise notamment à :

    • Réaliser un premier bilan des réflexions conduites
    • Dresser une première liste de ressources facilement mutualisables à court terme
    • Formuler des propositions concrètes en faveur du partage des ressources entre agents publics, notamment en termes d’interface d’un outil de partage (maquette)
    • Esquisser un plan de charge pour l’année 2017 pour poursuivre les travaux

    Les résultats produits par les participants à l'occasion des différentes rencontres seront documentés et publiés sous licence libre sur le compte github de la Communauté Innovation Métier de l'Etat à l’occasion du sommet PGO : https://github.com/InnovMetierEtat/Documentation.

    APIE
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    17:15 - 17:30
    Faire société en 2016, retour sur la 6ème édition de la Social Good Week
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Pitch

      Palais d'Iéna - Pitch corner
    Langue : Français


      Palais de Tokyo - Power
    Langue : Anglais

    While the OGP Declaration states: “We commit to creating mechanisms to enable greater collaboration between governments and civil society organizations and business,” the impact, strength, and regularity of these mechanisms have varied from country to country. Permanent dialogue mechanisms that oversee the development and implementation of a country’s National Action Plan can be an avenue for ensuring real participation and co-creation with civil society.

    Please join us for a session on Collective Action #16: Policies and Mechanisms to Promote and Strengthen Engagement with Civil Society

    In order to ensure that OGP's underlying principles of civil society participation are protected and institutionalized, we will create with civil society national permanent dialogue and participation mechanisms that enhance transparency around implementation of National Action Plan commitments, increase opportunity for civil society to play a stronger role in their monitoring and advancement, and promote greater diversity and inclusion of participants. Ongoing partnership between government and civil society in the shaping and advancement of national reforms is at the core of OGP's multi-stakeholder theory of change, and safeguards against backsliding and closing space. Through collaboration on the establishment of successful dialogue mechanisms and best practices, this collective action will also provide an established fora for civil society organizations to engage governments in ensuring supportive operating environments for civil society more broadly._

    This session will bring together government representatives and members of civil society to discuss approaches and best practices on developing and co-creating permanent dialogue mechanisms to effectively promote and strengthen engagement with civil society. In particular, we will define concrete cooperation on the Collective Action that could be shared at the closing ceremony as an outcome of the Global Summit.

    Questions for discussion:

    • What are the most effective forms of permanent dialogue mechanisms?

    • What impact does the space for civil society to freely operate have on the extent to which governments engage with civil society?

    • How do governments ensure that they engage with a wide swath of civil society actors (across sectors, regions, urban/rural) through
    permanent dialogue mechanisms?

    • How can permanent dialogue mechanisms be improved through co-creation with civil society?

    • Are there lessons to be learned from other institutions on developing regular mechanism for engaging with civil society (such as EITI, others)?

    • How can governments and civil society collaborate and support one another in pursuit of effective permanent dialogue mechanisms.

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    14:30 - 15:20
    Releasing 10000 Datasets in 1 year: The UK’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs’ experience of accelerating to open by default
     Mise en oeuvre du gouvernement ouvert - Table ronde

      Palais de Tokyo - Power
    Langue : Anglais

    Speakers: DEFRA, two other governments who have achieved rapid data release and civil society open data advocates

    Opening Presentation: DEFRA presentation – how to release 10,000 data sets in 1 year

    Roundtable discussion chaired by OKFN or Web Foundation.

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      Palais de Tokyo - Tac
    Langue : Français

    Dans le cadre du Sommet OGP, il nous semble intéressant que les journalistes et responsables d'OSC africains formés par CFI puissent effectuer, en binôme, des restitutions de leurs projets.

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    14:30 - 15:10
    Civic Tech, démocratie participative et empouvoirement des citoyens. Délibération et e-voting avec la blockchain et les technologies cloud (par Microsoft et Docapost)
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Workshop

      Palais de Tokyo - Tac
    Langue : Français

    1. Introduction de la séance et prémisses : Diana Filippova, Microsoft et OuiShare (10 mn)
    2. Interview avec deux représentants de la civic tech en France (30 mn) : modéré par Diana Filippova, speakers à confirmer.
    3. Présentation de la solution de vote blockchain Microsoft (15 mn) : Guillaume Lescure, Microsoft
    4. Débat avec la salle : 25 mn

    Diana Filippova (Microsoft et Ouishare), Deux acteurs de la Civic Tech, Guillaume Lescure (Microsoft)
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      Hôtel de Ville - Salle des fêtes
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    • Video-message of the United Nations Secretary General, Mr Ban-ki-Moon, in occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day. • Solly Msimang, Executive Mayor of Tshwane Metropolitan (South Africa) representing the South Africa Local Government Association www.salga.org.za • Allan Rellon, Mayor of Tagum City and executive Vice President of the League of Cities of the Philippines (LCP) representing UCLG- Asia Pacific www.uclg-aspac.org • Nina Khatiskatsi, Deputy Mayor of Tbilisi (Georgia) • David Lucas, Mayor of Mostoles and President of the International Committee of the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces www.femp.es • Representative of the Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR) www.ccre.org

    Moderator: Transparency International

    The Roundtable is organized by UN-Habitat, the United Nations Programme for Human Settlements, together with the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP), the Global Fund for the Development of Cities (FMDV) and Transparency International in the framework of the Urban GLASS – Governing with the citizen initiative www.urban-glass.org

    Local government is the sphere of public administration closer to the citizen, opportunities to control and monitor local management are also higher at the local level. Local governments are the first respondents to the needs of the people, the quality of life of their citizens, but they are also increasingly responsible to respond to the people’s demands for transparency and accountability in city management. With increasing education and access to information, governing without the citizen has become nearly impossible in the world of today.

    Local governments are excellent laboratories for the design and implementation of these new models of governance, facilitated by the new collaborative environment offered by information and communication technologies. Worldwide, many mayors and governors are battling to establish a new culture of openness and efficiency in the management of their cities. This Roundtable wants to bring the attention to some innovative experience of open government at local level, at the same time as identifying risks, challenges and what can be done better.

    In 2003, the United Nations General Assembly designed 9th December as International Anti-Corruption Day. With the occasion, the roundtable will celebrate the Day by broadcasting the Video Message of the UN Secretary General and issuing a support statement on behalf of the participant local governments and networks.

    • Solly Msimang, Executive Mayor of Tshwane Metropolitan (South Africa) representing the South Africa Local Government Association www.salga.org.za • Nurdin Abdullah, Mayor of Bantaeng Regency and President of the Association of Indonesian Regency Governments (APKASI) representing UCLG- Asia Pacific www.uclg-aspac.org • David Lucas, Mayor of Mostoles and President of the International Committee of the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces www.femp.es • Representative of the Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR) www.ccre.org • Representative of the Global Fund for the development of cities (FMDV) www.fmdv.net • Video-message of the United Nations Secretary General, Mr Ban-ki-Moon, in occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day.
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    15:15 - 15:30
    Open Your Cities' Decision Making Data!
     Déclinaison dans les villes - Pitch

      Hôtel de Ville - Salle des fêtes
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    The City of Helsinki is committed to opening as much data as possible related to the decision making inside the city. We're publishing information about the political decision makers, such as committees, the city board and the city council, and the non-political civil servant office holders. Currently we are publishing structured decision data on about 300 office holders and about 50 political decision makers.

    Helsinki's open data approach to municipal decisions has been awarded several international awards and now a shared schema is being rolled out to the other 5 next biggest cities in Finland. This opens up great possibilities for developers for creating compelling user interfaces into the data at the same time as it improves the overall quality of decisions and the accountability of the decision makers.

    Joonas Pekkanen and Juha Yrjölä, City of Helsinki
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    15:30 - 16:20
    OpenData et collectivités : contexte légal et outil pratique pour accompagner les collectivités dans leur démarche de transparence
     Déclinaison dans les villes - Table ronde

      Hôtel de Ville - Salle des fêtes
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    Transparency International France intervient depuis de nombreuses années auprès des décideurs publics pour les accompagner dans leurs démarches de transparence: ateliers, conférences, chartes éthiques, mais aussi conseils et suivis auprès de collectivités sur les questions de déontologie et d’intégrité. Ces nombreux échanges ont confirmé l’intérêt de renforcer les actions de sensibilisation. L’association s’apprête notamment à publier un « guide pratique de l’élu local » pour les accompagner dans l’exercice de leur mandat. Compréhensible et facile d’accès, ce guide rappelle la législation en vigueur sur la prévention des conflits d’intérêt, l’OpenData, la participation citoyenne ou encore la transparence des marchés publics. Il propose aussi des conseils pratiques et présente des initiatives innovantes dans ces domaines. Ce guide se voudra un support utile pour le décryptage du cadre législatif français en matière d’OpenData, des obligations auxquelles sont soumises les collectivités et pour la présentation de bonnes pratiques en la matière.

    Afin d’offrir une réponse technique aux collectivités, en partenariat avec la Fondation Européenne pour la Société de l’Information, Transparency France a aussi développé un « portail de la transparence ». Il s’agit d’une plateforme de publication de documents administratifs à destination des collectivités territoriales, gratuite et facile d’utilisation, afin de répondre aux exigences citoyennes de transparence, et de restaurer la confiance des usagers dans l’action publique. Le nouveau cadre législatif pouvant s’avérer difficile à appréhender et toutes les collectivités ne disposant pas des ressources nécessaires pour y répondre, cette plateforme offre une solution concrète pour accompagner les collectivités vers ce changement de pratiques. Voir la version bêta du portail de la transparence : http://www.transparentes.org/fr/

    Cet outil permettra notamment aux collectivités de: - Disposer d’une plateforme gratuite de partage des données - Répondre à l’obligation de publier en ligne certaines informations et documents publics - Participer de manière innovante à la modernisation de l’action publique - Valoriser leurs bonnes pratiques en matière de transparence - Renforcer le dialogue avec leurs administrés

    Il répond aussi à un impératif pour les citoyens de: - Retrouver sur une plateforme unique les données essentielles de sa collectivité - Avoir accès à des informations et des indicateurs pertinents qui offrent une plus grande lisibilité de l’action publique - Mieux comprendre et participer aux enjeux de sa collectivité

    Les participants envisagés sont : - Transparency France - La European Foundation for Information Society - OpenData France (tbc) - Ville Internet (tbc)

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    16:15 - 16:30
    Pitch (TBD)
     Déclinaison dans les villes - Pitch

      Hôtel de Ville - Salle des fêtes
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    16:30 - 17:20
    Consolidating open government from the local level
     Déclinaison dans les villes - Table ronde

      Hôtel de Ville - Salle des fêtes
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español

    In this Roundtable, representatives from local governments of Mexico (Jalisco/Xalapa), Madrid and Austin will share their experience in creating multi-stakeholder initiatives and will explain the benefits of being part of the OGP subnational pilot and the future of subnational engagement. Moderated by: Mark Dewri Format: The roundtable will include representatives from the National Digital Strategy, the Governor of Jalisco, the government of Austin, the Government of Madrid. Each one of them will give a brief presentation of their project and their experience, followed by a dialogue about further challenges in implementing local open government initiatives. The main outcomes of this roundtable will be: 1. Guidance on key aspects of on an already ongoing sub national open government experience 2. Reflexions on the main challenges of implementing National Action Plans at the local level 3. Lessons and best practices for other governments and OGP

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    18:00 - 19:30
    Cérémonie de clôture
    Cérémonie de clôture

      Hôtel de Ville de Paris - Salle des fêtes
    Traduction simultanée : Français-English-Español


      Hôtel de Ville - Arcades
    Langue : Anglais

    This workshop will be introduced and framed by presentations from three high-level and highly-involved City officials who will discuss the Austin case study, and who will then invite and facilitate attendee participation in an informal atmosphere. The scope will be exploration of the process and challenges of implementing campaign finance, and examination of the approach used by Austin for managing data pulled from disparate sources into a single, cohesive data portal, including conducting a data audit and creation of technology tools to receive, validate, and publish campaign finance data. Austin’s campaign finance data initiative was implemented in two phases: Phase 1 applied to existing office holders required to file campaign finance data in January 2016, while Phase 2 incorporated all required filers including candidates and political action committees required to file campaign finance data starting July 15 for the November 2016 election. In addition, local filing requirements were amended by comprehensive ordinances to include reporting of “dark or hidden” campaign funds.

    The objective of this workshop is to bring together participants from around the globe, many of whom will be active in campaign and election law fields, to share not only what their governmental organizations are doing but to receive feedback and advice on the approach used by Austin. The panel will consist of members of the Austin project team, including attorneys and technology experts, and will be moderated by the City Clerk who was the project executive lead. Please see biographical entries below. The presentation portion of the session will consist of a briefing on the challenges and approach used by Austin, followed by a brief outline of the technical implementation of the project and a demonstration of the open data portal located at https://data.austintexas.gov/Government/Campaign-Finance-Data-Transaction-Detail-Dataset/g4yx-aw9r. The participatory portion of the session will involve discussion between the panel and attendees.

    Participants, even those not directly involved in campaign finance and elections, will benefit from Austin’s “pre-program pointers and lessons learned” as they consider implementation of their own open data initiatives or look to audit existing processes for managing data throughout its lifecycle.

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    15:30 - 16:20
    Making Cities Work: Opening and Optimizing
     Déclinaison dans les villes - Atelier pratique interactif

      Hôtel de Ville - Arcades
    Langue : Anglais

    This session will discuss the smart and open city paradigm in the development context and the extent to which the different available models can be successful in the societies of EECA. It will take a critical look at the existing practices in city governments around the world, bring in experiences from Albania, Serbia and Moldova, focusing on the challenges related to the digital divide and the political will and capacities of administrations to make data-driven decisions.

    City administrations today function with tighter budgets, higher civic demands for services and suffer from overall lower capacities than national governments. Being the primary point of contact between the citizen and the state, they are closer to the needs and demands of citizens than any other level of government. At the same time, these developments are matched by improved access to affordable technologies for citizens, which are requesting a redrawing of the social contract –one that would take into consideration the shifting power structures enabled by technology through democratization of decision-making.

    The roundtable will seek to answer some of the following questions: To what extent have existing models of digitization and smart technologies endorsed by cities enabled them to optimize their service delivery models? Have they resulted in more evidence based decisions and/or closer interaction with the citizens? Has improved access to technology resulted in improved participation and overall more open and inclusive government? How are companies that have developed smart city solutions adapting to the proliferation of affordable and open source technology? Are city governments ready to take on solutions that are developed by citizens? What are some good models that we have seen? What are the elements that enable such take-up?

    The session will have four speakers, representing diverse backgrounds and a wealth of experience from different perspectives.

    The roundtable would have a moderator and four speakers, which would each present their work for 10 minutes and it would be followed by a discussion from the participants.

    Suggested speakers are: Erion Veliaj, Mayor of Tirana, Albania Djordje Krivokapic, SHARE Foundation, Serbia Tom Saunders, Senior Researcher for International Innovation, NESTA Stanley S. Litow, IBM’s Vice President of Corporate Citizenship & Corporate Affairs and President of IBM’s Foundation

    Moderator: Lejla Sadiku, UNDP Governance and Peace-building Team; Speakers: Davit Narmania, Mayor of Tbilisi, Hussein Juma, Mayor of Kigoma, Enkelejd Musabelliu, General Director for Economic Development in Municipality of Tirana, and Daniely Votto, Urban Governance Manager at WRI Cities Brazil.
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    16:40 - 16:55
    La démocratie participative : Tous participants d’un gouvernement ouvert
     Déclinaison dans les villes - Pitch

      Hôtel de Ville - Arcades
    Langue : Français

    Cette présentation vise à faire un rapide tour d’horizon du thème de la démocratie participative en permettant de: * faire connaître la démocratie participative telle que vécue dans de nombreuses localités; * partager quelques expériences de démocratie participative; * présenter les types d’initiatives de démocratie participative (budget participatif, concertation publique autonome, coconstruction, etc.); * et de discuter les conditions essentielles à une démocratie participative inclusive.

    Une des questions centrales posée par la démocratie participative est la collaboration entre experts et profanes dans la prise de décision publique. Comment ces groupes aux approches et aux points de vue fort différents peuvent-ils collaborer pour atteindre de solutions à l’avantage de tous?

    À travers cette discussion de groupe, nous chercherons à répondre à la préoccupation d’inclure les divers groupes qui constituent une communauté dans la prise de décision et des manières pour assurer la participation du plus grand nombre.

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    16:50 - 17:05
    Open Regional Council
     Déclinaison dans les villes - Pitch

      Hôtel de Ville - Arcades
    Langue : Anglais

    Today citizens have rather limited opportunities to proactively engage with local policy matters and have their say in the formation of the issues that are discussed in the agenda of a Regional council meeting. In most cases the political agenda is publicly announced prior to a meeting. In effect, however, what is being said during meetings by members of a Regional council remains out of public scrutiny. Despite their uploading on cloud infrastructure, usually such documentation is accessible only to members of the regional council.

    The Region of Western Macedonia addresses a commitment through the Greek OGP National action plan that pursues to modernise the way that Regional councils are organized by inserting elements of transparency and participation. The proposed round table aims to bring together reformers from various levels of government to discuss experiences, challenges and lessons learned from similar efforts.

    In this roundtable:

    Members of the OGP working group of the Western Macedonian Region will discuss the rationale that guided the development of this initiative and share their expectations from its implementation

    The National Contact Point for Greece, will talk about the added value that local OGP commitments bear for national and local open government actors

    Representatives from the CSO GFOSS (Greek Free Open Source Software Society) will stress the need for having in place strategy and tools for securing permanent civil society engagement

    Greece's IRM researchers will contribute to a wider discussion concerning methodological issues of designing, implementing and monitoring the progress of impactful commitments.

    Some of the core questions to consider regarding the challenges of opening up a Regional council are:

    --Is the availability of a transparent online repository of regional council proceedings, relevant policy documents and a real time video streaming service enough to result in an impactful openness?

    --What are the core building blocks of an effective engagement strategy aiming to increase direct citizens involvement in representative bodies proceedings in the local level?

    --Are there any best practices in the international level with proven record on how to transform a business as usual regional local meeting to a transparent participatory collective effort?

    Expected audience: Policy makers, reformers, civil society leaders, citizen representatives

    Argyriadis Pantelis, Theodoropoulos Theodore
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    17:10 - 17:25
    De Gobierno abierto a Municipio Abierto: Co creación, diseño y aplicación de estrategias de gobierno abierto local
     Déclinaison dans les villes - Pitch

      Hôtel de Ville - Arcades
    Langue : Anglais

    Específicamente, se compartirán experiencias de: a) identificación y conocimiento mediante el mapeo de los Interesados (actores relevantes) del sector público, sector privado y la sociedad en colaborar en gobierno abierto local; b) aplicación y sistematización de la información obtenida por consulta en línea para conocer el perfil de los Interesados: visión, intereses, disposición a capacitarse e involucrarse en el proceso de co construcción de un plan de gobierno abierto; c) aplicación de la matriz analítica como instrumento para identificar las áreas de trabajo a incorporar en el plan de acción de gobierno abierto local; d) aplicación del análisis de coherencia como instrumento para identificar y sistematizar el nivel de promesas y compromisos de las autoridades públicas en gobierno abierto local; e) difusión pública de la información (mapeo de interesados; resultados de consulta en línea; resultados del análisis de coherencia e identificación de las áreas de trabajo del proyecto) recogida en el proceso con participación ciudadana y de funcionarios y autoridades públicas locales; f) práctica de compromiso público (declaración institucional) de las autoridades locales para hacer gobierno abierto; g) constitución de las comisiones (grupos de trabajo) conjuntos entre funcionarios del gobierno local y la sociedad civil para elaborar las propuestas del plan de acción local; h) forma de capacitación inductiva sobre gobierno abierto a las comisiones; i) aprendizajes y documentación del proceso de co creación de la estrategia de gobierno abierto local y j) evaluación del proceso.


    En casi todos los países pertenecientes a OGP las autoridades nacionales han emprendido un esfuerzo notable por implementar una serie de medidas que permitan agilizar la toma de decisión, también en pro de la transparencia y la rendición de cuentas, uno de los compromisos más notables en este último tópico son las gestiones en materia de gobierno abierto. A pesar de lo anterior, las políticas sobre gobierno abierto no han permeado la política subnacional como desearíamos podría esperarse siendo un nivel más cercano con los habitantes de comunidades como son los gobiernos locales. En la Región Centroamericana la mayoría de los informes independientes de Gobierno abierto y el de la OECD reconocen algunos avances en la apertura de datos y buenas prácticas en algunos municipios; sin embargo, ninguna de ellas contó con una estrategia previa ni un plan de acción de gobierno abierto municipal, objetivos que sí se pretende alcanzar en este proyecto, por lo que es importante conocer la experiencia que involucra la co creación de una estrategia, el diseño y la gestión de un plan de acción de gobierno abierto local. Esta propuesta es presentada conjuntamente entre la Asociación Costa Rica Íntegra, una organización no gubernamental, Contacto Nacional de Transparencia Internacional y la Municipalidad de Montes de Oca de Costa Rica. archive@racsa.co.cr From Costa Rica Íntegra by Andrés Araya Montezuma Politólogo y Máster en Administración de Proyectos. Vicepresidente II y Director Ejecutivo de Costa Rica Íntegra, contacto nacional de Transparencia Internacional.

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      Hôtel de Ville - Salle Jean-Paul Laurens
    Langue : Anglais

    While many tools exist to help us collect and analyze feedback from citizens, actually closing citizen feedback loops – adapting based on what we hear from citizen – remains a challenge. How can we improve the tools, processes and incentives we encounter every day in order to enable us to close feedback loops with the citizens we serve?

    This session will help answer that question. We will explore common challenges that prevent many of us from acting on citizen feedback, learn from each other what strategies work to overcome those challenges, and come together to collaborate on solutions that we can take forward from the OGP Summit.

    This workshop will move participants from conversation to practical action. The content, including the challenges we explore, solutions we describe and strategies we develop, will be generated by workshop participants rather than delivered by expert panelists. Our experience suggests that the barriers to closed citizen feedback loops are often similar across geographies and sectors, and are experienced by both governments and civil society organizations. Thus, we expect that a diverse workshop audience of sub-national actors will be able to learn from each other and find common ground for action.

    Feedback Labs, an organization dedicated to helping organizations close feedback loops with the citizens they serve, will facilitate this workshop. The workshop will start with very brief presentations from citizen feedback champions – Angela Hanson, Innovation Catalyst for the City of Austin, Texas and John Maritim, Director of Economic Planning, County of Elgeyo Marakwet, Kenya – outlining barriers they have overcome to close citizen feedback loops. Then the whole group will discuss the most common barriers to closed citizen feedback loops. The main group will then organize into smaller groups centered on specific shared barriers to closed feedback loops. Smaller group members will share their experiences with their chosen barrier and learn from the solutions each other have tried. Finally, the small groups will self-organize into working groups of 3 to 5 individuals who want to work on a specific solution to their shared barrier. Feedback Labs will help the groups that display commitment and momentum continue their work after the OGP Summit using a methodology that they have developed in partnership with the Rapid Results Institute.

    The workshop will be facilitated by Dennis Whittle, Co-Founder and Director of Feedback Labs, and Megan Campbell, Feedback Labs Manager of Research and Learning. Prior to founding Feedback Labs Dennis was a Lead Economist and Senior Partner at the World Bank, where his team created Innovation and Development Marketplaces that have been replicated in over 100 countries by the World Bank and other agencies. Dennis also co-founded and acted as CEO of Global Giving, served as Executive Chairman of Ashoka Changemakers, has been a Visiting Fellow at the Center for Global Development and has taught at both Princeton University and UNC-Chapel Hill. Megan has over a decade of experience promoting adaptive implementation in international development, with a special focus on supporting sub-national government offices in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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    15:30 - 16:20
    Piloting subnational co-creation: finding the center of the venn diagram
     Innovation publique - Atelier pratique interactif

      Hôtel de Ville - Salle Jean-Paul Laurens
    Langue : Anglais

    We want to know what is “good” co-creation, but more importantly, we want to know how we do it. This workshop will focus on how four subnational pilot members developed their own context-specific ways of finding the “center of the venn diagram”: the overlap between government and civil society priorities and capabilities to develop robust action plans. Four subnational pilots will lead us through their co-creation experiences – Lead participants will be government points of contact and endorsing civil society representatives from a diverse set of subnational (city, state, and county) members: 1) Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana, 2) Austin, Texas USA, 3) Jalisco, Mexico, and 4) Elgeyo-Marakwet County, Kenya. Reboot is a social impact firm dedicated to accountable governance that has been working closing with each of these subnational pilots on applying mixed methods, including deep expertise in user-centered design, to their co-creation processes. Reboot will design and facilitate the workshop together with subnational pilot members.

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    16:30 - 17:20
    OpenBudget.fr - Make the public budget a democratic tool
     Civic Tech et outils participatifs - Atelier pratique interactif

      Hôtel de Ville - Salle Jean-Paul Laurens
    Langue : Français

    During this workshop, the idea will be to improve the existing functionalities, work on new ones, find deployment strategies, identify funding, improve communication, do some code, imagine new cool data visualization and interactions,...

    Come with your abilities, ideas and energies we sure make some good progress altogether during this session !

    Regards.

    Ce projet recoupe les 3 grands thèmes du PGO que sont : * Transparence, redevabilité et lutte contre la corruption * Civic Tech et outils participatifs * Déclinaisons des principes du gouvernement ouvert aux villes (loi NOTRe)

    Interviendrons durant cette session un représentant du projet financé par l'union Européenne OpenBugets.eu, une personne du Cepremap ainci que une personne de la Cours de Comptes et au moins un acteur local qui est en train d'être mobilisé dans le cadre du programme de travail autour de l'ouverture des données locales.

    Le projet a déjà été finaliste des DataConnexions #5, fait partit des projets de l'initiative OpenDemocracyNow, et des projets retenus lors de la DataSession à la Cours des Comptes

    Sont attendus au cours de cette session, des citoyens sensibilisés aux questions d'ouverture des budgets, des administrateurs en charge de budget, des experts des questions comptables et financières, des passionnés de dataViz, des experts de l'éducation budgétaire et des codeurs passionnés.

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