Marija Risteska, founder of the Center for Research and Policy Making, has been nominated to serve on the Open Government Partnership Steering Committee.
Although there is evidently greater awareness and ownership of the Open Government Initiative by civil society, a common understanding of what to make of the Open Government Partnership in Macedonia is still missing, according to this Centre for Research and Policymaking paper.
Open Government, Engaged Citizens: A Learn and Show Initiative to Make Open Government Partnership Work
Organized by the Institute for Democracy and Mediation, the first “Western Balkans OGP Dialogue” in September is expected to draw hundreds of international participants for a two-day event focusing on effective initiatives to further open government in the region.
The purpose of this Centre for Democracy and Human Rights paper is to analyse trends in public perceptions of open government, notably of accountability and transparency of public institutions in Montenegro.
This collection of short articles compiled by the Riinvest Institute analyse different sectors in Kosovo and reveal what went wrong in terms of transparency.
The Macedonian government needs to better publicize and track the use of an online portal intended to make the process of lawmaking more transparent, according to a Center for Public Policy Research analysis conducted as part of a PASOS project to support open government.
Albanian officials have included in the country’s latest Open Government action plan a commitment to follow a recommendation made by a coalition of NGOs during a PASOS project conference in March.