Te Whakawhiti Kōrero mō te Kāwanatanga Tuwhera | The Open Government Partnership Dialogue
Hono mai ki ngā whakawhiti kōrero | Join the conversation
We’re currently developing New Zealand’s 4th Open Government Partnership National Action Plan (NAP4) – and we want to hear from you!
Kōrero mai | Have your say
Register for Dialogue to join the conversation. Add your ideas, comment on those of others under one or all of the themes below, and share your wisdom, thoughts, experiences, challenges and aspirations to create a strong Plan. Your idea could become a new open government action! (Read “How a plan is developed”.)
We’ve opened up three “challenges” below for you to think about and provide your ideas. We’re getting great ideas, so these have been extended until Friday 21 May. Make sure you sign up for updates when you register if you want to stay involved in the conversation.
Alternatively, email your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to this online engagement, Te Kawa Mataaho is holding a series of workshops to support people to collaborate and to hear ideas.
Rārangi wā | Timeline (click for more detail)
The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is an international agreement by governments committed to creating greater transparency, increasing civic participation and using new technologies to make government more open, effective, and accountable.
An effective National Action Plan is one where, working together, New Zealanders develop commitments that further the OGP goals of strengthening democracy, building trust, and improving wellbeing.
You can find out more about the OGP, New Zealand’s involvement, and previous National Action Plans on the OGPNZ website. The OGP is led by Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission on behalf of the Government.
Email us at email@example.com if you’d like to find out more, or follow us for updates on Twitter at @ogpnz or at Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission’s LinkedIn page and Facebook page.
This discussion belongs to Te Kawa Mataaho, which is responsible for moderating and publishing comments. However, individual comments remain the view of person posting them and cannot be taken to represent the views of Te Kawa Mataaho. We will use our best endeavours to ensure that posts that do not meet our requirements are not published.