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Tuesday, November 6 • 16:30 - 18:00
Spotlight on Innovations: New Frontiers for Open Government

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A mix of fireside chat and lightning talks of practitioners working on public sector innovations that focusses on building citizen engagement. We will feature the unique and game-changing approaches used by practitioners when it comes to creating, strengthening, and sustaining citizen engagement around open government reforms. Participants will hear stories of successful attempts, current experiments, lessons gleaned from the bumps along the way, and results of explorations into new ways of initiating participation and renewing the involvement of citizens around open government.

The session will cover a wide range of topics such as
1. Transparency of judicial decisions, exploring if Artificial Intelligence can detect irregularities in judicial decision-making, and how civic monitoring will be critical to this.
2. Implications of blockchain technology to enhance civic rights and the internal transitions and risks that government needs to consider with the emergence of this technology
3. Creating a Participation Officers Network within government to break silos and spur innovation
4. Building and sustaining a civic tech community to influence the creation of open government reforms at multiple levels of government
5. Leveraging unconferences and ‘cafes’ to reach out to new user groups and build new public spaces for citizens to assemble
6. Tactics and metrics for generating political will where available and elicit it where absent, both from within and outside government

Moderators
avatar for Abhinav Bahl

Abhinav Bahl

Knowledge, Learning, Innovation, and Capacity Building Manager, Open Government Partnership
Abhinav Bahl leads OGP’s peer learning end exchange program. He previously worked for Global Integrity managing their transparency and accountability policy research and outreach initiatives. Abhinav has also worked for the Commonwealth Secretariat's Governance and Institutional... Read More →
avatar for Kyung Sin (KS) Park

Kyung Sin (KS) Park

Professor/Director, Korea University Law School/Open Net
Co-founder of www.opennetkorea.org. Served as Commissioner at Korean Communication Standards Commission, a Presidentially appointed Internet content regulation body (2011-2014). Served as Member of the National Media Commission, a Parliament-appointed advisory body on newspaper-broadcasting... Read More →

Speakers
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Ming-fen Chuang

Deputy Director General, National Development Council
avatar for Eun-pyo Hong

Eun-pyo Hong

Judge, Supreme Court of the Republic of Korea
JK

Jang-mook Kang

Professor, Namseoul University
avatar for Eguiar Lizundia

Eguiar Lizundia

Senior Governance Manager, International Republican Institute
Eguiar Lizundia is an international development professional with public, private and non-profit experience. Currently, Eguiar works as a Senior Manager for Governance at the International Republican Institute. Prior to IRI, Eguiar helped design, implement and evaluate public sector... Read More →
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Marina Mkhitaryan

Governance Innovation Advisor, United Nations Development Programme Armenia
avatar for Min-hsuan Wu

Min-hsuan Wu

Civic Tech Activist
Min-hsuan Wu (Ttcat) is an activist/campaigner of a number of social movements in Taiwan start from 2004, including the anti-nuclear, environmental, LGBT, Human Rights movement and green politic. He has expertise in creative planning, as well as communication and design programming... Read More →



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

Attendees (11)