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On October 28th and 29th 2020 Women In Democracy And Governance (WIDAG) will hold a Forum for conversations between current legislatures, civil society and cabinet secretaries regarding how to transform the parliament into an interactive and transparent institution. The central issue will be to think if the government is currently chosen (and working) by the …
Do you care about making the parliament more interactive and transparent? Do you think the government should be by the people and for the people? Do you want to be a part of making your legislature more democratic? Then join us for the Global Legislative Openness Week (GLOW)!  GLOW is a celebration of open, participatory …
The Open Parliament e-Network (OPeN) The Open Parliament e-Network (OPeN) is a global consortium of international organizations. OPeN partners are dedicated to supporting legislatures in their efforts to modernize and strengthen transparency, public participation, ethical standards and accountability to their citizens. OPeN’s members have extensive track-records in promoting parliamentary openness both internationally and in support …
“Parliaments and Pandemics: Going virtual and staying open in the COVID-19 age” was the first of the Parliaments 2020 Conversations, a series of seminars that will be covering a range of topics in the coming months to look into the legislative agenda for the coming decade.   We are glad to have had an in depth …