An Eventful Year as Co-Chair
20 December, 2021
We share with you the words of our director María Baron on ending her term as co-chair of the Steering Committee of the Open Government Partnership (OGP). Last year, when I heard I had been nominated to serve as lead civil society co-chair of OGP’s Steering Committee, I remember my initial pride and excitement giving … An Eventful Year as Co-Chair Read More ⇢
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