Open Democracy

Osservatorio su Open Government e partecipazione politica

OPEN DEMOCRACY

L’Osservatorio Open Democracy nasce dal lavoro realizzato nel progetto FIRB “Quali idee e politiche per la democrazia digitale in Europa? Valutazione critica e linee guida per il futuro”

(Progetto finanziato dal MIUR, RBFR13T8B0)

 

L’Osservatorio è promosso dal Centre for Media and Democratic Innovations “M. Baldini” della LUISS ed è diretto da Emiliana De Blasio

CMDI

Open Government Partnership

Open Government Forum Italia

Organizzazioni partecipanti all'Open Government Forum in Italia

Paesi partecipanti all'Open Government Partnership

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Popolazione mondiale coinvolta

Anno di inizio dei nostri studi sull'Open Government

Attività principali

Ricerca

Open Government in Italia

Open Government in Europa

Open Data e Agenda Digitale

Governance collaborativa

e-Democracy

Open Government

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Partecipazione

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Trasparenza

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Accountability

Open government has three parts:

  1. Transparency – opening up of government data and information on areas such as public spending, government contracts, lobbying activity, the development and impact of policy, and public service performance.
  2. Participation – support for a strong and independent civil society, the involvement of citizens and other stakeholders in decision making processes, and protection for whistleblowers and others who highlight waste, negligence or corruption in government.
  3. Accountability – rules, laws and mechanisms that ensure government listens, learns, responds and changes when it needs to.

Good open government reforms can transform the way government and public services work, ensuring that they are properly responsive to citizens, while improving their efficiency and effectiveness, and preventing abuses of state power.

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