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Tuesday, November 6 • 16:30 - 18:00
Back to Basics: How Do We Make Open Government Advocacy Personal?

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Open government advocacy must be personal. It must be grounded in the advocates’ personal interests and part of a live conversation shared with the community. It has to be about you and I as people engaging the government, which makes it necessary, relevant and urgent. In this session, you bring yourself and your stories of personally experiencing your government. We’ll build on these very personal experiences as we try to understand what will constitute as compelling reason for people to join the open government movement and have the burning desire to practice its principles.

Moderators
avatar for Keitha Booth

Keitha Booth

IRM Researcher for New Zealand, OGP Independent Reporting Mechanism
I work across technology, information and policy in the public and private sector and promote collaboration between government, civil society and business. I am completing the IRM review of NZ's 2nd OGP National Action Plan and want to compare notes with IRM reviewers and discuss... Read More →
avatar for Redempto Parafina

Redempto Parafina

Executive Director, Affiliated Network for Social Accountability in East Asia and the Pacific
I'm a social accountability practitioner. Our organisation works on innovative application of citizen participation in public governance.

Speakers
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Christian Evert

Researcher, Indonesia Corruption Watch
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Yan Naung Oak

Fellowship Coordinator, School of Data
avatar for Ying-lee Tseng

Ying-lee Tseng

Advisor, Open Knowledge Taiwan
I just received the doctoral degree in Public Administration focusing on citizen participation, participatory governance, and leadership and empowerment from the University of Baltimore in May of 2018. I have been attending the OGP summit since 2010 and never missed one so far. I... Read More →
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Simon Wright

Partner, Public Engagement Projects



Tuesday November 6, 2018 16:30 - 18:00
2F Cosmos Room Westin Chosun Hotel

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