Final Public Consultation Meeting – September 5

The third and last of three public meetings held as part of this OGP consultation will take place on September 5 in Wood Quay Venue in Dublin. This is a half day event from noon to 4.30p.m. Participants will have an opportunity to join four working groups as they finalise their proposals to government for inclusion in Ireland’s first OGP Action Plan. This will be very much a practical session where Action Plan proposals generated since the first meeting in July will be fine tuned. Participants will also decide which proposals they would like to see prioritised by government. There will also be an opportunity to explore how civil society can prepare for further discussions with government in the autumn months as the draft Action Plan comes together.

Please register and indicate whether you are interested in joining any particular working group. This event is open to individuals and civil society representatives. You can view and contribute to the working documents ahead of the meeting. Register for the September 5 meeting. Please note that this meeting will not be live streamed.

Agenda OGP Final Consultation Meeting September 5 2013

11:30-12:00 Registration

12:00-12:15 Progress Update, Nuala Haughey TI Ireland

12:15-13:30 Working Groups – four parallel working group sessions to finalise Action Plan proposals.

13:30-14:30 Sandwiches and tea/coffee

14:30-15:00 Working Groups – four parallel working group sessions to prioritise Action Plan proposals.

15:00-15:30 Working Groups – four parallel working group sessions to gather proposals on how to deepen and develop OGP civil society and citizen engagement.

15:30-16:30 Plenary: Working group facilitator feedback and discussions on future of OGP.

Working Group Facilitators: Accountability, Imelda Higgins BL; Citizen Participation, Ivan Cooper The Wheel; Technology & Innovation, John Handelaar, KildareStreet.com; Transparency, Nat O’Connor TASC

Note: Access to the venue is pedestrian only. See map below.

Woodquay

Final Public Consultation Meeting – September 5

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