Without borders
Jean Francois Gauthier, Mario Asselin

Escalating open government for the Francophone world

Jean-François Gauthier and Mario Asselin from Démocratie Ouverte discuss how they have been working with the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF) as well as their colleagues across the French speaking world to support Governments to broaden and deepen the opengov and open democracy movement.

Barbara-Chiara Ubaldi

The ongoing eGovernment evolution

With the emergence of new trends like open government and open data, there is a perception by many that eGovernment is yesterday’s news, and has largely been completed. In a candid conversation, Barbara-Chiara Ubaldi, head of the OECD’s eGovernment unit, explains that there is much work still to be done to bring eGovernment into the daily work of the public sector.

AnneThurston-feat

Open Government and trustworthy records

Digital public sector recordkeeping is one of the unsung cornerstones in the open government and open data discussion.

Dr Anne Thurston talks about past and current challenges of digital recordkeeping and preservation for government – particularly in developing countries. She also highlights how the open government movement holds opportunities for the public sector recordkeeping profession.

TimUnwin

Beyond the hype: Gov-tech across the Commonwealth of Nations

The 54 countries of the Commonwealth of Nations represents more than 2 billion people across every region of the world and a vast diversity in development and capacity.

Professor Tim Unwin, well-known as UNESCO Chair in ICT4D, now heads up the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO). In this wide-ranging and provocative discussion, he explores the impact of ICT across diverse economies, the value of technology for governance and also provides an overview of the CTO’s work.

edgeryders

Young citizens reveal new ways of thinking about government

EdgeRyders is a joint project of the Council of Europe and the European Commission, and has been described as ‘the largest think-tank in the world’ where young Europeans are collaborating and sharing experiences about what it means to transition to an independent, active life.

jfgauthier

GouvCamp Paris and the Francophone journey to Open Government

In our first multi-lingual episode, Allison Hornery and guest co-host Lyne Robichaud speak with Jean-François Gauthier from Démocratie Ouverte about the recent GouvCamp Paris.

vein-skytland

Countdown to OGP and NASA’s global Space Apps Challenge

In this special countdown episode, the White House’s Chris Vein and NASA’s Nicholas Skytland return to Gov 2.0 Radio. April 2012 will see the inaugural Open Government Partnership forum of 54 nations in Brasilia,…

Nathaniel Heller

Open Government goes global

Tune in to a Gov 2.0 Radio conversation with Nathaniel Heller, the founder and Executive Director of Global Integrity. We speak about the international Open Government Partnership program, with an ever-increasing list of…

Chris Vein - WEGO

The new World e-Governments Organization

San Francisco CIO Chris Vein and Allison Hornery of CivicTEC join us for a wrap of the Inaugural General Assembly of the World e-Governments Organization of Cities and Local Governments, held early September…

Gov 2.0 Radio 2017 - Share, Remix, Reuse

Credits