Advocating for Open Government – lessons learnt and future prospects

November 15, 2016

aogThe Centre for Democracy and Human Rights is holding this November 17-18 event in Podgorica, as part of a PASOS project on open government.

ADVOCACY FOR OPEN GOVERNMENT

Closing Conference

Advocating for Open Government – lessons learnt and future prospects

16/17 November 2016

Podgorica, hotel Centre Ville (Capital Plaza)

AGENDA

 

 

16 November

 

16:00 Arrival and registration of participants

 

17:00 Working meeting with CSO representatives and experts from Montenegro

and the region: Civil society contributions to Open Government Partnership

 

19:00 – 21:00 Working dinner for representatives of CSOs and media: Discussing the role

of media and CSOs in fostering OGP commitments

 

 

17 November

 

09:30 – 10:00 Registration of participants

10:00 – 10:30 OPENING PLENARY SESSION

Mr Nenad KOPRIVICA, Executive Director, CEDEM

Mr Srđan KUSOVAC, Head of Press and Information Office Adviser to the Prime Minister and National OGP Coordinator (tbc)

Mrs Nikoleta TOMOVIĆ, Executive Director, CeMI
10:30 – 11:00 PRESENTATION: Public polling results on the trust in government

2015/2016

Mr Ognjen MARKOVIĆ, Program Associate, CEDEM, Montenegro
11:00 – 12:00 PLENARY SESSION I: OGP in Action

Transparency and Anti-Corruption

Ms Dubravka POPOVIĆ, Project Associate, CeMI

Open Parliament

Mrs. Milica KOVAČEVIĆ, President of the Steering Committee, Centre for Democratic Transition (CDT)

Fiscal Transparency and Accountability

 

THE PROJECT “ADVOCACY FOR OPEN GOVERNMENT” IS FUNDED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION.

Mr Marko SOŠIĆ, Institute Alternative’s Associate and Coordnator of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy Programme in Montenegro

Moderator: Ms Marija VUKSANOVIĆ, AFOG Project Coordinator, CEDEM, Montenegro

12:00 – 12:30 Coffee break

12:30 – 13:30 PLENARY SESSION II: Regional approaches to OGP priorities:

Lessons learnt through AFOG Project

Ms Qendresa SULEJMANI, Senior Researcher, Centre for Research and Policy Making (CRPM), Macedonia

Mr Dragan STOILJKOVIĆ, Senior Project Coordinator, Centre for Euro – Atlantic Studies (CEAS), Serbia

Ms Vlera MATI, Researcher, Riinvest Institute, Kosovo
Moderator: Mr Ognjen MARKOVIĆ, Program Associate, CEDEM, Montenegro

13:30 – 14:00 DISCUSSION

14:00 – 15:00 CLOSING SESSION: CSO participation in implementing OGP

Conclusions, evaluations and recommendations

15:00 Lunch and departure of participants

 

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