The Wales Open Government Pioneers Project
The Wales Open Government Network is a coalition of active citizens and civil society organisations committed to making Welsh government work better for people through enhanced transparency, participation and accountability.
The Open Government Pioneers Project has been set up to build the capacity of citizens and civil society across the United Kingdom to contribute and input to policy-making and service delivery in progressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The project is a UK-wide partnership between Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (Lead), Northern Ireland Environment Link, Involve and WCVA. In Wales, the project is jointly led by the Electoral Reform Society and WCVA and focusses on the well-being Goals as set by the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act.
Cynnal Cymru provided project support for the Pioneers Project for a six month period, helping to promote the projects initiatives as well as coordinating and delivering an online webinar and network meetings.
Find out more:
Open Government Pioneers UK Project Wiki
Explore the project wiki page, a shared an open space with information on everything from the history and background of the project as well as the latest updates on the Pioneers Projects and the Wales Action Plan.
Welsh Government Action Plan
Find out about the Welsh Government’s nine commitments in their action plan: 2016-18 UK Open Government Action Plan: Commitment from the Welsh
Join the conversation:
Open Government Network Cymru/ Wales (Forum)
The Open Government Network Cymru/Wales (OGN Cymru/Wales) is a coalition of active citizens and civil society organisations who are committed to enhancing transparency, participation and accountability to make the Welsh government work better for people in Wales. Join OGN Cymru/Wales today!