Students tell open government stories

Extractive Industries, Open Parliaments, Public Service Delivery, Right to Information, Anti-Corruption, Civic Space, Digital Governance, Fiscal Openness, Gender & Inclusion, Justice, Natural Resources, Environment and Climate — Contest/Hackathon

Georgia — May 23, 2022 @ 12:00pm - 11:00pm GMT+03:00

Partner — Caucasus University (CU), Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA), Ilia State University


OGP Georgia is organizing an essay contest for students. The contest aims to raise awareness about the open government issues in youth and have them engaged in open policy discussion. The essay should reflect on the OGP policy areas (Civic Space; Digital Governance; Justice; Access to Information, etc.) and suggest new approaches for increasing transparency, accountability and citizen engagement. The authors of the three best works will be awarded and their essays will be published on in the Blog section that will be launched respectively.

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