Episode #8 – Global Opening Governments Survey and the World Bank Institute with Felipe Estefan

The OK Cast Episode #8 is OUT! Today we are discussing the work of the the Opening Government Survey with Felipe Estefan. You can reach Felipe on Twitter @FelipeEstefan. The Global Opening Government Survey is a global online survey assessing public perceptions of the openness of governments. Felipe is part of the Open Government and Citizen Engagement cluster of the World Bank Institute, where he explores the role that ICT – Information and Communications Technology for Development can play in enhancing governance and citizen engagement. You can find out more about the Global Opening Government Survey on their website at openinggovernment.com and @Opening_Gov on Twitter.

Show Notes

  1. Global Opening Governments Survey
  2. World Bank Institute – Enabling Open Government
  3. World Bank – Open Government Toolkit
  4. World Bank Institute – Supporting Open Government
  5. World Bank – Open Government Readiness Tool


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Alex Fink

Editor & Host at The OKCast
In addition to hosting the OKCast, I am a Ph.D. student in Youth Studies at the University of Minnesota. I study methods of making research to document injustice and resistance available to young people to create social change. My particular focus is on the political economy and ecology of data, including data collection, data use, data access/sharing, data economics, and the ideologies surrounding it.
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