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The world’s greatest forum for civil society, goverments and the private sector working together to fight corruption.

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Thursday, December 1 • 17:30 - 19:30
Anti-corruption and the Open Government Partnership: Opportunities Ahead

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The Open Government Partnership set out an ambitious agenda in its initial Open Government Declaration that included countries adopting “robust anti-corruption policies, mechanisms and practices”. Anti-corruption within OGP commitments, largely tagged as public integrity measures, were not only meant to support transparency and participation in government, but also to help translate them into improving people’s lives.

Anti-corruption has been a key issue in the mandate of the Open Government Partnership. With 70 countries and a growing community of civil society organizations now part of the Partnership, OGP is positioned to be a critical action-forcing platform in the global anti-corruption movement. It is widely seen as an implementation and accountability platform for commitments made by countries at fora such as the London Anti-Corruption Summit, and a catalyst for innovative initiatives by government and civil society.

This session will reflect on how OGP has served as a space for anti-corruption efforts in its first five years. In addition, it will discuss how the Anti-corruption Working Group can advance anti-corruption within the OGP mechanism. Finally, attending participants will be invited to share their own experiences of engaging in OGP processes in their own countries and how this could inform others to begin using the OGP platform to further their anti-corruption campaign goals.


Robin Hodess

Advocacy & Research Group Director, TI-S


Ricardo Herrera

Fundación Generación Sin Límite of Panamá

Tinatin Ninua

Open Government Partnership
Tinatin is the IRM research manager in charge of the quality control processes for international reports in a number of OGP countries. She has more than 10 years experience in anti-corruption and good governance field. Prior to joining OGP, she was a programme coordinator at Transparency International Secretariat focusing on transparency of political party financing in various regions of the world. Along with other public sector initiatives... Read More →
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Pavlo Petrenko

Minister of Justice of Ukraine
Mr Pavlo Petrenko in 2001 graduated from the Chernivtsi National University named after Yuriy Fedkovych (with honors, speciality “Jurisprudence”, Academic Level Master of Laws).In 2004 he graduated from the Ukrainian Academy of Foreign Trade under the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine (speciality “Management of International Economic Activity”).Mr Pavlo Petrenko received the Degree of the Candidate of Legal Sciences in... Read More →

Session Coordinator

José María Marin

Programmes Coordinator, Transparency International

Thursday December 1, 2016 17:30 - 19:30
San Lorenzo

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