Designing Open Contracting 2017: Three steps to a convening that creates long-lasting impact

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Designing Open Contracting 2017: Three steps to a convening that creates long-lasting impact

How Reboot and the Open Contracting Partnership are creating a safe and creative space to collectively design the future of government spending.

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Announcing a New Collaboration with the Sunlight Foundation

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Announcing a New Collaboration with the Sunlight Foundation

We're off to Madison, Wisconsin for a project on how official government data can solve everyday citizens' problems.

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Recommended Reading for City Leaders

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Recommended Reading for City Leaders

These Reboot resources offer road-tested guidance for common, local-level challenges.

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Bringing Citizens Into the Budgeting Process

01.16.2018

On January 16th Ahmed Rufai Isah will take part in an interactive session organized by the National Institute of Legislative Studies on sustained citizen involvement in the budget reform process in Nigeria. Participants, including senators, academics, civil society organizations, and members of the press, will discuss principles of citizen engagement, the process of budget reform, and the role of the legislature in distributing funds. Follow the conversation at #NILSBudgetReform.

Rethinking Media in West Africa’s Social Contract

12.04.2017

On November 29th, Yop Rwang Pam will present findings from People-Powered Media Innovation in West Africa at the 2017 International Conference on Religion and Politics in Lagos. The event is organized by the Lagos-based organization Action for Community Development. Yop will discuss the role media plays in government accountability, sharing insights from Reboot’s media portfolio.

Improving Children’s Lives through Information Access

11.27.2017

On December 8th–10th, Panthea Lee will join artists, scientists, writers, and economists to explore the challenges and opportunities of creating information-healthy societies. The 3-day immersive workshop in upstate New York, hosted by Arts Letters & Numbers and UNICEF’s Office of Innovation, will develop approaches to improve the lives of children through increasing access to life-enhancing information about nutrition, health, and educational opportunities.

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