Date:
2016 December 8 15:15
Type:
Workshop
Duration:
1 h 20 min
Room:
Salle 2 (Iéna)
Language:
en
Track:
Open parliament

Attachments:
Minutes_workshop_OGP_Padlet.png (1010 KB)

The digital revolution opens new opportunities to engage citizens, firms and public institutions in policy-making. For instance, the French Digital Council led an online consultation on digital issues from October 2014 to April 2015 (“Ambition numérique”) in order to gather ideas for the Digital Republic Bill. Then the French government decided to organize a second consultation on the proposed Bill before it was submitted to the French Parliament. More than 20.000 people got involved in this consultation and 90 modifications were integrated !

The OGP Summit is an opportunity to share best practices and methods on how to make public decision-making more transparent, inclusive and collaborative, both at the national and local level.


This event would gather public and private institutions, academics and members of civil society who want to share their feedbacks and ideas on how digital can be used for implementing public consultations and designing public policies.

Some experts (from France, Canada, Brazil, Switzerland, etc.) would introduce their experiment and then discuss whether it was a success or not, which challenges they have faced and how public consultation processes could be improved. They would debate with citizens on what extent these new open policy-making process could be implemented. Participants would be invited to co-design a methodological framework for online public consultations.


Please find below a link to the minutes of the workshop. You can also contribute to this collaborative wall by adding new ideas, digital content, links to online resources, etc. Let your creativity flow!

NB: The Padlet is password protected: inclusion2016

https://cnnum.padlet.org/ruben_narzul/hsubfet56mks

Speakers

Liis Kasemets, Clément Mabi, Yann Bonnet

by Conseil national du numérique
from CNNum

Le Conseil national du numérique (CNNum) est une commission consultative indépendante composée de 30 membres bénévoles nommés par le Président de la République. Il a pour mission de formuler de manière indépendante des avis et des recommandations sur toute question relative à l’impact du numérique sur la société et l’économie. À cette fin, il organise des concertations régulières, au niveau national et territorial, avec les élus, la société civile et le monde économique.

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