On September 4th, Open Knowledge Foundation, together with Open Knowledge Estonia and Open Knowledge Finland, held a parallel event to the Global Open Government Partnership Summit in Tallinn to talk about the tech we want (and need) to open governments.
Check out the observations of our developer and long-life open activist Patricio Del Boca after attending the OGP for the first time: “We should start practicing what we preach”
One of the most important investigative journalists working as a media partner of WikiLeaks joined us for the seventh #OKFN100, a series of conversations about the current challenges and the paths of action of the open movement
Latest update: August 21, 2023 The Open Government Partnership (OGP) Global Summit 2023 is fast approaching. As we prepare to run an official side event, Open Knowledge Foundation has been reviewing all the open government projects we’ve launched or been involved with in recent years. As the projects list keeps growing, we decided to take […]
Join us in looking back on open government past projects and in re-igniting the conversations in such a challenging time for democracies.
The initiator of Open Data Day joined us for the fourth #OKFN100, a series of conversations with 100+ people about about the current challenges and paths of action of the open movement.
A word from our leadership as 2023 starts.
This blogpost was jointly written by Aleksi Knuutila and Georgia Panagiotidou. Their bio’s can be found at the bottom of the page. In a recent blog post Tom Steinberg, long-term advocate of transparency and open data, looked back on what advocacy groups working on open government had achieved in the past decade. Overall, progress is […]
This post was written by our friends at Open State Foundation in the Netherlands. Let’s face it. When it comes to relevant open data and transparency in European decision-making, we have a lot to do. Despite growing open data portals, and aggregating European data portal, if you want to make sense of European decision-making and […]