Which are the highest priority commitments for the UK’s new OGP National Action Plan?
Over the past six months the UK Open Government Network has collected over fifty ideas from civil society for commitments that should be included in the UK’s new National Action Plan. Next week we’re holding a strategy meeting on Thursday afternoon (1-5pm, full details below), at which we will be to begin to identify which areas are highest priority and refine the detail of our asks.
To kick start and inform that process, we invite you to rate and comment on the ideas collected in the Open Government Manifesto, by end of Wednesday 3rd June: www.opengovmanifesto.org.uk/ideas
To help you easily identify the ideas most relevant to you, we’ve been through and tagged them all. Clicking on the links below will take you to the relevant commitments.
You are still welcome to add additional ideas, but they must be submitted by end of Wednesday 3rd June to be considered at our meeting on Thursday 4th.
UK Open Government Network Strategy Discussion
- Thu 4 June, 1pm – 5pm
- Impact Hub Westminster, 1st Floor New Zealand House, 80 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4TE
- Hosted by UK Open Government Civil Society Network
- Free, but please RSVP
- Full details at http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/uk-open-government-network-strategy-discussion-tickets-16976192248
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Meeting of the UK Open Government Civil Society Network to discuss and agree our approach and priorities for engaging with the Government on the UK’s next Open Government Partnership National Action Plan.