The Northern Ireland Open Government Network (NIOGN) seeks to actively engage a broad and diverse group of citizens and civil society organisations in advocating for more open government in Northern Ireland. Join the NIOGN today!
Once you are signed up, you can send messages to this network via the forum (+ New Topic) or by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the NIOGN
The Northern Ireland Open Government Network is an alliance of individual citizens and representatives of voluntary/community organisations with the following vision:
To contribute to delivering more open, transparent and accountable government that empowers citizens to shape decisions that impact on their lives
The purpose of the network is to actively engage a broad and diverse group of citizens and organisations in advocating for more open government in Northern Ireland. In association with the global Open Government Partnership initiative, the Network aims to contribute to broadening participation in government; increasing transparency and the availability of, and access to, data; enhancing accountability; improving policy making; delivering better service provision and increasing confidence in government. The Network aims to work in genuine collaboration with the Northern Ireland Executive and government Departments.
The best way to get involved in the activities of the NIOGN is to sign up to this Northern Ireland forum. A blog provides regular progress updates, news and notes of meetings, and points of view from members of the NI Open Government Network, as well as relevant links and events.
Further details about the NI OGN Programme can be sourced on the Northern Ireland page of the UK Open Government Network website: http://www.opengovernment.org.uk/about/ni-ogn/.
OGN Coordination and Funding
The Northern Ireland Environment Link was appointed to act as Secretariat for the NIOGN following an open tender process. The Coordinator of the NIOGN is David McBurnley: email@example.com
The network was set up in November 2014 with assistance from the Building Change Trust.
Notes about this Forum
- Anyone is able to read the messages in this forum, including non-members.
- Only Network members are able to create messages and reply to messages. Become a member here.
- Only Network members are able to read and reply to messages related to advocacy activities. Become a member here.
Archive of previous forum
If you are looking to access the old forum, it has now been archived. You can access it using your old login details. To access to archive: https://forum.opengovernment.org.uk/groups/opengovni