This guide draws from our experience around the world helping government reformers achieve real change. It is a practical resource for anyone working to implement an open government initiative.
A year ago, we shared our principles and responsibilities for a more empathetic approach to taking and using photos. Here are some of our tools for making it work, and hurdles we still need to overcome.
Walking the fine line between too little interest in your open government program—and too much.
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Laura joins the Reboot team as a communications design intern. She’s a recent graduate of the Shillington School program in graphic design, and brings her experience in education, project design, and development as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Philippines to creating effective visual communications. Marielle, a programs and communications intern, recently completed a Masters in Anthropology and Development at LSE. She has a background in communications, environmental peacebuilding, and project evaluation, and looks forward to bringing her passion for applied ethnography to Reboot’s team.
On Wednesday November 10 at 4pm, Zack Brisson will share Reboot’s impact story as part of a Mission Driven Business presentation at the Slush tech conference in Helsinki, Finland. Zack and fellow speakers Aurora Chiste, Ela Madej, and Seth Bannon will reflect on their experiences growing startups with a social mission. Follow along with the livestream or on Twitter at #slush15.
Nicole Anand will participate in the Transparency and Accountability Initiative’s third annual TALEARN Workshop in Rio de Janeiro. From November 11th to 13th, funders, researchers, and practitioners will share challenges and new ideas on strengthening accountability systems and engaging citizens. The gathering will highlight emerging insights from research and practice in transparency and accountability, as well as encourage cross-discipline collaboration.
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