Chi ci va?
San Francisco, California, USA
Londra, Regno Unito
The workshop is part of Digital Venice, a high-level meeting, hosted by the City of Venice and promoted by the Italian Presidency of the European Council with the support of European Commission – DG Connect, that will gather policy, industry and innovation leaders from all over Europe to trace the road to a growing, sustainable digital economy.
The workshop is organized with the support of the Human Rights Initiative - Open Society Foundations.
Open government is decisive in enabling a long-term growth strategy that can be both ambitious and respectful of all the actors involved.
Open government is a unique opportunity to reconnect public administrations to citizens, share a common vision for the future and create a truly participatory democracy where civil society and business can both thrive.
As a member of the Open Government Partnership (OGP), Italy has a practical way to start this revolution and should be deeply committed to involving citizens and civil society organizations in the aforementioned strategy.
This is a timely discussion as Italy moves towards its second OGP national action plan and is about to hold the Presidency of the Council of the EU and preside over its work for the next semester.
The workshop will explore these opportunities in depth, as well as obstacles at implementing better crafted and co-ordinated initiatives (both nationally and internationally) towards efficient innovation in governance and push Italian leaders, institutions and officials towards a better understanding and a more ambitious agenda on open government.
09,45 – Registration
10,00 – Introduction:
Andrea Menapace – DDS founder & IRM national researcher at Open Government Partnership
10,15 – Keynotes by:
Beth Noveck – GovLab, co-founder and former United States deputy chief technology officer for open gov
10,40 – Beyond Transparency: Challenges - Short talks by:
Ernesto Belisario – Open Government Forum - Italy
Alberto Alemanno – Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law and Risk Regulation, HEC Paris
Ben Worthy – University of London, IRM researcher for the UK
Veronica Cretu – Open Government Partnership, Steering Committee
Liz David-Barrett – Oxford University, Said Business School
11.40 – Break
11,55 – Beyond Transparency: Opportunities (Roundtable):
Pia Marconi – Public Administration Department, Italian Government
Neil Campbell – Head of EU Policy Development, Open Society European Policy Institute
Lorenzo Segato – Director, RiSSC
Alina Ostling – European University Institute & IRM national researcher at OGP for Sweden
Maurizio Napolitano e Francesca de Chiara - OKF Italy, Digital Commons Lab
Moderator: Guido Romeo (Wired, Data and Business Editor)
Quando e dove
Diritto Di Sapere
Diritto Di Sapere is an Italian NGO that advocates for a broader access to information and for the adoption of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) in Italy.