Implementing SDG 16+ through Multi-Stakeholder Collaborations: Innovations from OGP Members

15:10 - 16:30
Room 214, Shaw Centre

The Sustainable Development Goals have been a major milestone for the global governance community. Open government can be an enabling tool for progress on these global goals, integrating the practices underlying a responsive and inclusive government to achieve these goals. Several OGP members have used the principles of open governments, and their OGP action plans, as a platform for innovation and exchange with civil society to make progress on their SDGs. As we approach the first ever head of state check-in on the Sustainable Development Goals, including to take stock of the global progress made on achieving SDG16, it will be critical to examine the role of open government approaches to advance the SDGs. This session will bring together strong country case studies on advancing SDGs alongside perspectives from leaders of multilateral and development organizations, highlighting the importance of open government approaches to advancing SDGs.

Theme: Open track

Livestream: Yes

Open to media: Yes

Organizers: Open Government Partnership (OGP)

Languages available: English, French, Spanish

Event type: Panel


Andres Ibarra: Minister of Modernization, Argentina, Francis Bilodeau: Assistant Deputy Minister, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, Canada, Amélie Banzet, Etalab, France

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