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14.06.2013 / Open Government Partnership/Armenia International Conference

Open Government Partnership/Armenia International Conference

On June 14, 2013, Armenia hosted the first international conference as a member of the Open Government Partnership (OGP), a new multilateral initiative that aims to secure concrete commitments from governments to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption, and use new technologies to strengthen governance.

10.12.2012 / Open Government Partnership meeting produces plenty of positives

Open Government Partnership meeting produces plenty of positives

Armenian Government delegation presented OGP Armenian Action Plan implementation process in Rome during the third Open Government Partnership (OGP) European outreach meeting.

05.10.2012 / The second European Outreach and Support Meeting of the Open Government Initiative was held in Dubrovnik.

The second European Outreach and Support Meeting of the Open Government Initiative was held in Dubrovnik.

The second European Outreach and Support Meeting of the Open Government Initiative (OGP) was held on 4-5 October, 2012 in Dubrovnik. Armenian Government delegation presented OGP Armenian Action Plan implementation process.

01.10.2012 / The first session of the OGP Armenia Action Plan Working Group held

The first session of the OGP Armenia Action Plan Working Group held

On October 1, 2012 the first session of the Working Group established to coordinate the works stipulated under the Action Plan of the participation of Armenia in the Open Government Partnership initiative took place.

23.04.2012 / The Opportunities and Challenges of the Open Government Partnership

The OGP is an interesting beast. Launched in September 2011 with forceful leadership by the Obama administration, it is, essentially, an effort by governments and civil society to create a new incentive structure to promote transparency, fight corruption and empower citizens. The initiative’s goal is to create a system of incentives that might induce governments to be more aggressive in tackling these issues.