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Thursday, October 29 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Building Bridges Between the Access to Information & Open Government Data Communities

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This session presents a mix between a roundtable and fireside chat. The facilitator would open the session with some brief framing remarks about the current debate on access to information and open government data. After this remarks, the facilitator would provide a number of questions for participants to discuss.

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Silvana Fumega

Fellow, University of Tasmania
Silvana Fumega is originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has just been awarded- after the PhD thesis' submission- a Fellowship from the Institute for the Study of Social Change, (UTAS, Australia). For the past 4 years she has been researching on the intersections of Open Government Data and Freedom of Information policies.
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Mark Levine

Acting Director, Open Government Strategic Planning and Liaison, Treasury Board of Canadian Secretariat
Mark Levene is currently Acting Director, Open Government at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat in the Government of Canada. His team is responsible for drafting and implementing Canada’s Action Plan on Open Government, working nationally and internationally with partners, and developing policy on a wide variety of open government issues, including common licensing and open standards. Prior to joining Treasury Board in 2012, Mark... Read More →
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Laura Neuman

Director, Global Access to Information Program, The Carter Center
I work with governments and civil society to advance the right of access to information as a fundamental right and critical for good governance and serve as the co-anchor of the OGP ATI Working Group.

Thursday October 29, 2015 10:00am - 11:00am
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty
  • Space C1

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