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Tuesday, November 6 • 13:30 - 15:00
Advancing a Feminist Open Government Agenda: Challenges and Opportunities

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The session will present the results of the research conducted in Indonesia and the Philippines on the challenges and opportunities of making Open Government Processes more inclusive for women and other disadvantaged groups. Speakers from the Philippines, Indonesia, and other selected representatives will be asked to react to the research findings. Small group discussions will then follow to reflect on the discussion and explore suggestions on the research question.

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Michael Cañares

Senior Research Manager of Digital Citizenship, World Wide Web Foundation - Open Data Lab Jakarta
Miko is the Senior Research Manager for Digital Citizenship at the Web Foundation. He has more than ten years of research and development work experience at a progressive pace — from community-based project management to regional development, with most of his work rooted mainly... Read More →

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Tities Eka Augustine

Public Policy Advisor, Open Government Indonesia
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Shyamala Gomez

Executive Director, Centre for Equality and Justice

Gun-jeong Lee

Director General of Women's Policy, Ministry of Gender Equality and Family of the Republic of Korea
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Michelle Manza

Freedom of Information Engagement Lead, Presidential Communications Operations Office
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Allison Merchant

Senior Gender Advisor, Open Government Partnership
Would love to connect with folks working on gender, youth, and inclusion more broadly in OGP commitments and processes! 

Tuesday November 6, 2018 13:30 - 15:00 KST
2F Lilac Room Westin Chosun Hotel