Transparencia i la Universitat de València creen la catedra de govern obert, participació i Open Data |

lterrat's bookmarks 2017-05-04


From Google Translate: "The Council for Transparency, Social Responsibility, Participation and Cooperation and the University of Valencia have signed a collaboration agreement for the creation of the Chair of Open Government, Open Data and participation during 2017.

Alcaraz The Minister stressed the importance of 're-establish a new relationship with civil society, in which public universities are an essential piece. So we are trying to recover the political imagination, at the previous stage, so we have the universities.'

Alcaraz for 'dialogue is essential to continue this process of change and bring awareness to the policies of transparency is key to restore the confidence of citizens in the democratic political action.'

This agreement will have an endowment of approximately 88,000 euros and its main purpose will be to promote and carry out activities related to transparency, participation and access to public information.

The actions include the development of research studies on the policy of citizen participation in local government; development policy analysis on the implications of the new legislation on open government, transparency and participation in both national and regional and local governments; besides organizing the II Congress of Good Governance and Transparency in Valencia and the IV International Conference on Open Government.

Among the outreach and awareness includes the manual 'Reflections required to undertake the way of citizen participation,' and the publication of the study 'Approach to the organs of social participation dependent on the regional administration: identifying best practices'."


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Date tagged:

05/04/2017, 22:37

Date published:

05/04/2017, 18:37