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Wednesday, October 28
 

12:30pm

Developing applications with Open Data & App Studio
During this course will address how to create and build a mobile application that uses open data using a free tool (App Studio). Finally we show how to publish it in the app store Microsoft.


Wednesday October 28, 2015 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

12:30pm

OpenStreetMap Mapathon!
Join the OpenStreetMap community at the OGP Summit and experience open government collaboration in this hands-on mini Mapathon! OpenStreetMap is transforming how geospatial data is created and shared, in a collaborative community spanning citizens and governments around the world. All are welcome, especially first time mappers. The Mapathon will contribute to Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team projects, creating data for humanitarian response and preparedness. There is no better way to understand the possibilities for Open Mapping than to experience it firsthand. Welcome!

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Alex Barth

Alex Barth

Mapbox / OpenStreetMap US
Join the Open Mapping Revolution! https://www.mapbox.com/blog/ogp-summit-2015
avatar for RW

RW

Director of Open Data, Mexico
avatar for Javier Carranza Tresoldi

Javier Carranza Tresoldi

Director, GeoCensos
He holds a Master of Arts in Economics degree from Georgetown University focused on Social Policies and he is Master of Sciences on Earth Observation at Twente University from the Netherlands. He is aswell consultant and a geo tech activist leader , having created Mapps Hackathon... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Turner

Andrew Turner

Director & CTO, R&D DC, Esri
architect for ArcGIS Open Data + GeoCommons OSGeo, Charter member OpenWebFoundation, Charter member
avatar for Benson Wilder

Benson Wilder

Geographer, INR
Benson Wilder is a geographer and human security analyst in the State Department’s Office of the Geographer and Global Issues, Humanitarian Information Unit (HIU). He joined the HIU in July 2008 following several years of work in the non-profit and NGO sectors. He received his... Read More →
avatar for Alyssa Wright

Alyssa Wright

VP, Partnerships, Mapzen / OpenStreetMap
Open mapping data and open source approaches to mapping problems. Improving open geo data, geocoding, navigation and cartography are my interests!


Wednesday October 28, 2015 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

3:00pm

Open Tools for Open Government
Open Government has come a long way. The first wave of the open data movement continues to liberate data from closed formats and systems. The next wave is building an open infrastructure for collecting, managing, and publishing data in collaboration with citizens. This session aims to highlight the importance of building open tools and show where this field is moving to in the coming years. The panelists will draw on their rich experience to talk about the opportunities and challenges they've encountered in their work, giving the session a practical focus.

Speakers
avatar for Felipe Estefan

Felipe Estefan

Investments Associate, Governance and Citizen Engagement, Omidyar Network
avatar for RW

RW

Director of Open Data, Mexico


Wednesday October 28, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

3:00pm

Supporting the Use of Tech for the Next Stage of Open Government Models
This panel will discuss supporting the use of technology for the next stage of open government models. Panelists will highlight the two specific programs Nesta has been taking forward in this space - one on supporting organizations to use open data for social good and one developing the next cadre of digital democracy applications (D-Cent). A discussion of lessons from the Open Data Challenge Series (ODCS) will be followed by a discussion on lessons from the D-Cent programme.

Moderators
PM

Paul Maltby

As Director of Data, Paul leads teams in the Government Digital Service in the Cabinet Office responsible for making better use of data, data infrastructure and data policy and governance, supporting a cross-Government Data Programme. Paul was formerly Director of Open Data and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Robert Bjarnason

Robert Bjarnason

President, Citizens Foundation Iceland
I'm a successful entrepreneur that introduced the web to Iceland in 1993 and in 1995 to Denmark with my ISP companies there. Shortly after the financial crisis hit Iceland in 2008 I co-founded the non-profit Citizens Foundation with the aim of giving citizens more influence in policy... Read More →
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Zanda Kalnina

Madame Zanda Kalniņa-Lukaševica (Dr. sc. Admin) was born on 30 June 1978. After having obtained her first academic degree in social work, in 2004 she obtained her Master’s degree at the Faculty of Economics and Management of the University of Latvia, where in 2013 she also obtained... Read More →
avatar for Ed Parkes

Ed Parkes

Senior Programme Manager - Open Data, Nesta
I work at Nesta and I'm Senior Programme Manager for the Open Data Challenge Series which is run in partnership with the Open Data Institute. Please come and talk to me if you're interested in supporting organisations to use open data to create products and services, particularly... Read More →
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Steve Preston

Steve Preston is the Founder and Director of MIME Consulting, which combines smart use of data with innovative technology to improve decision making in the education sector. MIME's open data products include Skills Route, a unique tool which helps students make choices that allow... Read More →
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Pauline Véron

Deputy Mayor of Paris for local democracy, citizenship participation, associative life, youth and employment   Since 2014, Pauline VÉRON, 41, is Deputy Mayor of Paris for local democracy, citizenship participation, associative life, youth and employment. She is lawyer by training... Read More →


Wednesday October 28, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

4:00pm

Researching the Real World Impact of Digital Democracy
In this workshop, mySociety will launch their new publication 'Who benefits from civic technology? Demographic and public attitudes research into the users of civic technologies' examining the demographic differences in users of civic technology for openness, and discuss the unique challenges this presents to open government and open data advocates. Recent studies conducted by Mor Rubinstein, and by Mariel Garcia and Dirk Slater into open data will also be presented during this session, examining global efforts in open data and data literacy.

Moderators
avatar for Mark Cridge

Mark Cridge

Chief Executive, mySociety
mySociety is a not-for-profit social enterprise that exists to invent and popularise websites and apps that enable citizens around the world to exert power over institutions and decision makers. I joined, in July 2015 as Chief Executive. Prior to this I've had a diverse 20-year career... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mor Rubinstein

Mor Rubinstein

Open Knowledge
Mor Rubinstein is a community coordinator at Open Knowledge, where she works on projects like the Open Data Index, a global benchmark of of open data state around the world and the Open Data Handbook. Occasionally, she is also taking part in studies at the Oxford Internet Institute... Read More →
avatar for Rebecca Rumbul

Rebecca Rumbul

Head of Research, mySociety
Talk to me about anything! Particularly interested in civic tech, open government and research on these themes anywhere in the world.


Wednesday October 28, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

5:00pm

Civic Tech: the New Tool for Democracy
Innovation is one of the principles of open government. Technology has a great potential to transform civic participation and therefore the way we currently understand democracy. The current incorporation of technology in citizens’ daily lives has made governments question the way they interact with and reach out to their constituents. Governments are now moving towards improved, more efficient, and citizen-centered manners to implement technology improving their performance and responsiveness. As new digital technology becomes more accessible, and organizations like the Open Government Partnership push for the adoption of it to improve governance, governments begin to explore new ways to incorporate it in their policies and processes. This context allows for a new opportunity in which citizens, companies and academia are more heavily involved, providing tools, expertise, and ideas, moving, through civic technology, towards building more open governments.


Wednesday October 28, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty
 
Thursday, October 29
 

9:00am

Civic Tech for Open Government
Civic and government reformers discussing the role of technology in advancing open government followed by an open dialogue with the audience. 

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Rudi Borrmann

Rudi Borrmann

Undersecretary of Public Innovation and Open Government, Secretary of Modernization of Argentina
Undersecretary of Public Innovation and Open Government at the Secretary of Modernization of Argentina. With over a decade of experience working in the digital realm, Rudi is the creator and former director of the Innovation Lab and Open Government at Buenos Aires City Government... Read More →
avatar for Mauricio Delfín

Mauricio Delfín

Director, Asociación Civil Solar
Director de la Asociación Civicil Solar. Interesado en temas de gobierno abierto en relación al sector cultural y las políticas culturales.


Thursday October 29, 2015 9:00am - 10:00am
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

11:00am

Code for All: Harnessing the Capacity of the Community
The goal of this panel is to be as conversational as possible. We will start with a brief overview of Code for All concept and then the panelists will collaborate to give examples of what's possible in creating responsive government when government is able to effectively partner with members of the community. We plan to engage the audience in the conversation early and often, likely seeding some questions from the audience in advance of the panel.


Thursday October 29, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

12:00pm

The Open Mapping Revolution and What It Means for Government
Open mapping data commons like OpenStreetMap and OpenAddresses fundamentally change how we create and share geospatial data. Communities are building geospatial dataset of immense value, all in the open. This democratizes data production, spurs innovation, stimulates economic growth, and transforms how government and citizens work together. Open mapping takes on traditional government functions - so what does this mean for government? Our session will delve into how governments have creatively engaged with open data communities to build better data, more efficiently, in true collaboration. And with the entire audience, we will explore emerging opportunities for open mapping in even more open governments and the Global Goals.

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Claire-Marie Foulquier-Gazagnes

Claire-Marie Foulquier-Gazagnes

Policy Officer, Etalab
@_cmfg Working @Etalab - Breathing #opendata #opengov #civictech #feminism
avatar for RW

RW

Director of Open Data, Mexico
avatar for Benson Wilder

Benson Wilder

Geographer, INR
Benson Wilder is a geographer and human security analyst in the State Department’s Office of the Geographer and Global Issues, Humanitarian Information Unit (HIU). He joined the HIU in July 2008 following several years of work in the non-profit and NGO sectors. He received his... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty