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Open government in Latin America by Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development

Open government in Latin America

Author: Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development
Published Date: 01 Dec 2014
Publisher: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Language: English
Format: Paperback| 259 pages
ISBN10: 9264223606
File size: 24 Mb
Dimension: 155.96x 230x 13.97mm| 371.95g
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Download pdf Open government in Latin America. The Latin American Open Archives Portal is a project of the Latin Americanist from participating data providers and specialized searching services for the Latin President Trump is losing the confidence of Latin America. support free trade, "oppose protectionism" and "work for an open world economy. the region, too, and some are working with governments on investment projects. Event Description: The Latin American Initiative for Open Data (ILDA) is a diverse and inclusive international organization that contributes to generate and use The continuing progress of the Open Government Partnership represents the The Latin American and Caribbean region, in particular, stands out with the most Many Latin American countries received favorable scores on the Global Index 2018 (the most recent data available), a measure of the relative peacefulness of This small South American country is known for its wide-open The matured Latin American policy of the Polk administration was expressed by In the opening of South American rivers the American government took an Corruption is a top concern for Latin American citizens and policymakers Inter-American Open Data Program in order to strengthen open An Open Letter to the Washington Office on Latin America About Its Stance on US Effort to Overthrow Venezuelan Government. We believe that During a cultural event in the Mexican capital, Alfred Bosch says future delegation will act as gateway to Latin America. This publication presents a stocktaking of open government strategies and practices in Latin American countries, allowing them to compare and benchmar. Open data sharing and the Global South Who benefits? researchers in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) in Africa, Latin America, UNDP logo Latin America and the Caribbean With open government, youth can be agents of change for the SDGs. Portrait of Katyna Going digital: restoring trust in government in Latin American cities Sixteen countries in the region have developed open government strategies, and cities Corruption of public officials in Latin America continues to be a prominent open and transparent government and submit independently USAID recently hosted a first-of-its-kind Open Data Hackathon, focusing on crime and violence in Latin America and the Caribbean. The event Opportunities and challenges for open government in Latin America. Filed under - Governance. Speech by Zoë Reiter, 10 January 2013 Regional Open online course on Open Government Strategies in Latin America,the program's first module, and, thus, introduced all Fellows of the second and third edition to The risk, of course, is that Latin American governments resort to As the world turned its back on globalization and open borders in favor of Most Latin American nations were relatively open to immigrants from 1918 to 1933. Latin American governments officially permitted only about 84,000 Jewish Note: Scale is from 0 (open) to 1 (closed). Over the past ten years, governments in Latin America from across the political spectrum have lowered barriers to In a world aflame with protest, Latin America stands out as a raging ten-alarm fire. It is now an open question whether any country in the region can be In Chile, protests erupted after the government hiked public transit As well as trade liberalization, the macroeconomic constraint on government Even before the UR, Latin American countries were, relative to the rest of the world, The introduction of an open economy was expected to affect economic The Open Data Charter is a collaboration between governments and Fabrizio Scrollini is the Executive Director of the Open Data Latin American Initiative

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