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Improving Governance for a Better Life for All [clear filter]
Tuesday, November 6


Diversity Management for Open Government
Diversity management in civil service, known as ‘representative bureaucracy’, plays an important role in enhancing democracy by improving the transparency and responsiveness of the government.

The objectives of this session are as follows.
1. To find out the theoretical backgrounds of diversity management in public human resources management and best practices related to it
2. To share the performance of OGP member countries’ diversity management policies and discuss improvements for going forward
3. To encourage participants to recognize the importance of diversity management and inspire them to reflect it in policy making and implementation

avatar for Geun-joo Lee

Geun-joo Lee

President, Korean Society for Public Personnel Administration

avatar for Sung-joo Choi

Sung-joo Choi

Professor, Kyung Hee University
avatar for Hwa-yuh Deng

Hwa-yuh Deng

Deputy Director General, Executive Yuan
avatar for Adi Junjunan Mustafa

Adi Junjunan Mustafa

Head of Performance and Budget Planning, Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform of Indonesia
avatar for Sung-min Park

Sung-min Park

Professor, Sungkyunkwan University
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Nicole Steele

Director of Workforce Research and Analysis, Australia Public Service Commission

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


Responsive and Inclusive Local Government
At the subnational level, government is closest to its citizens and has the opportunity to foster transformative change to be more transparent, responsive, accountable, and effective government benefiting all citizens. OGP reforms at the subnational level commenced as pilot project in 2016 while also advancing through national action plan processes.

This session aims to showcase good practices, innovations, and challenges of open government reforms at the subnational level in the Asia-Pacific region. In the panel discussion local government officials, civil society representatives, and local government network leaders will discuss their experiences, views and challenges to open government reforms at the subnational level within the Asia-Pacific region.

avatar for Preeta Lall

Preeta Lall

Team Leader, Local Governance Initiative and Network

avatar for Jeong-joon Ahn

Jeong-joon Ahn

Director of Data & Statistics Division, Seoul Metropolitan Government

Ester Aldana

Assistant Secretary, Department of the Interior and Local Government of the Philippines
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Daisy Fuentes

Governor, Provincial Government of South Cotabato
avatar for Giorgi Kiknadze

Giorgi Kiknadze

Head of Administration, Tbilisi City Hall
avatar for Joko Purwanto

Joko Purwanto

Board Member, Bojonegoro Institute

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