SFP

Open Government Regional Dialogue: Civil Society and Governments of Latin America

Agenda

March 21st, 2012
08.30 to 09.30 h Registration
09.30 to 10.00 h

Opening Ceremony

  • Juan Pardinas Carpizo
    Director, Mexican Institute for Competitiveness
  • Warren Krafchik
    Director, International Budget Partnership
  • Federal Institute for Access to Public Information & Data Protection*
  • Joel Salas Suárez
    Secretary of the Public Administration
10.00 to 11.15 h

Panel 1. Approaches to the Open Government concept

Share theorical-conceptual elements inherent to the idea of open government to guide, focus and define the framework for action by governments and civil society in Latin America in this field

  • Álvaro Ramírez-Alujas
    Academic Research Institute Ortega y Gasset
  • Jorge Soto
    Director, CitiVox
  • Warren Krafchik
    Director, International Budget Partnership
  • Caroline Mauldin
    Under Secretary of State for Democracy and Global Affairs, United States of America

Comments:

  • Alfonso Oñate
    Federal Institute for Access to Public Information & Data Protection
11.15 to 11.30 h Coffee break
11.30 to 13.00 h

Panel 2. Latin American experiences in the construction of Action Plans for the Open Government Partnership

Know experiences of the Latin American countries in elaborating their Action Plans for the Open Government Partnership: from a government representative and a CSO representative of each country):

Mexico:

  • Gabriela Segovia Cantú
    Federal Institute for Access to Public Information & Data Protection
  • Haydeé Pérez Garrido
    Fundar Analysis and Research Center
  • Joel Salas Suárez
    Secretary of the Public Administration

Brazil:

  • Roberta Solis
    Advisor on International Affairs of the Comptroller General
  • Transparencia Hacker

Chile:

  • Alberto Precht Rorris
    Executive Secretary of the Probity and Transparency Commission of Integrity
  • Moisés Sánchez
    ProAcceso

Comments:

  • Karina Banfi
    Regional Alliance for Freedom of Expression and Access to Information (Argentina).
13.00 to 14.30 h Lunch break
14.30 to 16.30 h

Simultaneous workshops. Civil society and governments shaping model compromises to foster open governments in Latin America

Each workshop aims to define "model" desirable commitments for government, business and civil society in the countries of the region on the specific theme of the workshop. Participation by invitation.

Workshops:

  1. Initiatives for industrial sectors
  2. Access to information and targeted transparency
  3. Open data and technological tools
  4. Budget transparency
16.30 to 16.45 h Coffee break
16.45 to 17.30 h

Workshops conclusions

  • By workshops moderators
17.30 h

Closing ceremony

  • Miguel Pulido Jiménez
    Fundar Analysis and Research Center
  • Paulina Gutiérrez Jiménez
    Access to Information Program Officer, Article 19 Mexico
  • Beatriz Helena Gil Ortegón
    Congreso Visible (Colombia)
  • Alberto Precht Rorris
    Executive Secretary of the Probity and Transparency Commission of Integrity, Chile
  • Federal Institute for Access to Public Information & Data Protection
  • Joel Salas Suárez
    Secretary of the Public Administration
 
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