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New municipalities join the Open Government Partnership local programme

The Congress congratulates all new OGP Local members, and in particular Modriča and Travnik (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Causeni and Leova (Republic of Moldova), and Kyiv and Orzhytsia – Zviahel (Ukraine).

Congress remains committed to support local authorities who are championing the principles of transparency, accountability, inclusiveness, and co-creation with citizens and civil society.

These local authorities are part of a 100+ cohort of local governments determined to enhance good governance and better address the needs of their residents in the challenging times our societies are facing.

A series of activities is scheduled as part of the  Open Gov Week from 27 to 31 May 2024, focusing on the potential of local authorities to lead the change towards more open and people-powered governance through co-creation processes and innovations. Further details will be announced shortly.

Applications to the OGP Local Programme have been supported as part of the ongoing Congress bilateral projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Moldova, and Ukraine, implemented within the respective Council of Europe Action Plans.

Further information:

bE-Open: Open Local Government | A tool for action

Bosnia and Herzegovina 18 April 2024
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