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Open Gov Week 2020

Mark your Calendars: Open Gov Week is coming May 3-10, 2020

Following the success of last year’s Open Gov Week (OGW) with over 50 countries held more than 700 events around the globe, we are delighted to announce that OGW 2020 will take place on May 3-10.

Open Gov Week is a global call to action. It is intended to promote democracy, foster inclusion and improve governance through the collaboration between citizens and government.

The week includes a series of events where changemakers, thinkers and doers from in and out of government come together to listen to each other’s ideas, discuss solutions, and commit to taking real action.

Check the Open Gov Week website for more details.


Извор: Отворено владино партнерство – 03.03.2020


Coronavirus: The world economy at risk

OECD Economic Outlook, Interim Report March 2020

The impact of the Covid-19 outbreak on economic prospects is severe

Growth was weak but stabilising until the coronavirus Covid-19 hit. Restrictions on movement of people, goods and services, and containment measures such as factory closures have cut manufacturing and domestic demand sharply in China. The impact on the rest of the world through business travel and tourism, supply chains, commodities and lower confidence is growing.


Извор: OECD – 03.2020

Open Justice and Criminal Justice Public Consultation

Participate in a virtual consultation on our upcoming open justice and criminal justice publication on Wednesday, February 19 at 9:00 AM EST/1:00 PM/GMT!

What is the OGP Justice Policy Series?
The Justice Policy Series aims to highlight the important synergies between justice and open government and the ways in which countries can use OGP to make accountable, credible improvements to their justice systems. The Series is part of the OGP Global Report, which integrates the valuable lessons from thousands of OGP commitments and the intellectual work and activism of our rich tapestry of collaborators. The first part of the three-part Justice Policy Series focuses on access to justice and is available here. The third and upcoming part of the series will look at the justice system, not as the subject of openness, but as the protector of open government and the rule of law.


Women, Business and the Law 2020

Women, Business and the Law 2020, the sixth edition in a series, analyzes laws and regulations affecting women’s economic inclusion in 190 economies. The Women, Business and the Law Index, composed by eight indicators structured around women’s interactions with the law as they begin, progress through and end their careers, aligns different areas of the law with the economic decisions women make at various stages of their lives. The indicators are: Mobility, Workplace, Pay, Marriage, Parenthood, Entrepreneurship, Assets, and Pension. The report updates all indicators as of September 1, 2019, and builds evidence around the linkages between legal gender equality and women’s economic inclusion. By examining the economic decisions women make as they go through different stages of their working lives and the pace of reforms over the past 2 years, Women, Business and the Law makes an important contribution to research and policy discussions about the state of women’s economic opportunities and empowerment. While celebrating the progress made, the data and analysis emphasize the work still to be done to ensure economic empowerment for all.


Empowering women and girls is at the heart of our work

Photo Scott Wallace/World Bank


Having just returned from the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), I was reminded of the tremendous progress the world has made in improving access to health care, especially when it comes to reproductive, maternal, and child health.

When the first ICPD conference was held 25 years ago, fertility was especially high in less developed, lower income countries. The total fertility rate for the South Asia, Middle East, and Latin America regions was nearly 4 births per women. In sub-Saharan Africa, it was even higher with over 6 births per woman. Similarly, the burden of maternal mortality in the region was highest at an estimated 920 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births, followed by South Asia with 461 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births.



Фискална Транспарентност

Социјална отчетност за родова еднаквост

Човекови права во здравствена заштита

Семејно насилство 

Центар за правна помош

Здравствен информативен центар