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Open Government
Fostering Dialogue with Civil Society
OECD. Published by : OECD Publishing , Publication date:  13 Jan 2004
Pages: 216 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264099838 , OECD Code: 422003011P1
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This book examines how to build robust legal, institutional and policy frameworks for access to information, consultation and public participation in policy-making. It focuses on lessons from experience from both OECD member and non-member countries in seeking to apply the principles of good governance in practice and to build effective partnerships between government, citizens and civil society organizations. The book presents the papers discussed during the "International Roundtable on Building Open Government in South East Europe: Information, Consultation and Public Participation" held in Ljubljana, Slovenia from 23-24 May 2002. The International Roundtable was organised by the OECD in collaboration with the Government of Slovenia, the World Bank Institute and the Open Society Institute. It gathered close to one hundred participants from 28 countries among both OECD member countries and those of South East Europe, with equal numbers of practitioners from government and from civil society.


Table of contents:
Chapter 1. Cover and table of contents
Chapter 2. The State of Open Government
Chapter 3. Access to information
Chapter 4. Consultation and participation
Chapter 5. Building effective partnerships
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