The blog posts were written by students enrolled in a fourth-year course on Open Government and Communication (COMS 4406) taught by Prof. Mary Francoli.
The Open Government Partnership is a multilateral initiative that aims to secure concrete commitments from governments to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption, and harness new technologies to strengthen governance. It started with 8 founding countries in 2011. Today it includes 75 member countries.
- Public Service as the Backbone of Open Government: The Importance of Supporting a Solid Foundation by Anna Hum
- Is Net Neutrality Preserving the Openness of Government in the North American Context? by Samantha Pitre
- Novel Data Privacy Regulations by the European Union by Sharon Embaye
- Open Government and Public Feedback by Victoria Barker
- The Evolution of Open Government in Canada by Eldora Crystal