Open Government Review of Brazil

Towards an Integrated Open Government Agenda

The Open Government Review of Brazil provides an evidence-based assessment of the country’s open government agenda against the ten provisions of the OECD Recommendation of the Council on Open Government. It is also the first OECD Open Government Review to integrate a civic space perspective. The review takes stock of past reform efforts, analyses the present situation and suggests key actions Brazil could take to strengthen its open government initiatives at the federal level, including in the areas of transparency and open data, citizen and stakeholder participation, social accountability and the protection of the civic space. The review provides a roadmap towards an integrated open government agenda in Brazil, including the design of Brazil's first Federal Open Government Strategy.

Available from June 21, 2022

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Abbreviations and acronyms
Executive summary
Assessment and Recommendations
The context and drivers of open government in Brazil
The enabling environment for open government in Brazil: From multiplicity to integration
Strengthening governance processes and mechanisms for an integrated open government agenda in Brazil
Civic space as an enabler of open government in Brazil
Citizen participation in Brazil: Involving citizens and stakeholders in policy making and service delivery
Transparency for Open Government in Brazil
Towards a more accountable and responsive government in Brazil
Open Government Data in Brazil
Glossary of key terms
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