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Closing Feedback Loops: From Engaged Citizens to More Responsive Governments

Event | April 9, 2014

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The World Bank Institute, the Open Development Technology Alliance, the Open Government Partnership, CIVICUS, Making All Voices Count, and the ICD invite you to: Closing Feedback Loops: From Engaged Citizens to More Responsive Governments. 

How do we ensure governments become more responsive to citizen feedback? Can technology help? Which approaches transform feedback into better services and improve development impact?

Join this discussion on April 9, 2014 to tackle these questions in a conversation with World Bank Vice President Sanjay Pradhan and other high-level discussants, including Making All Voices Count's Director for Global Action Chris Underwood, representing civil society, government, and academia. This event will also mark the publication of an evidence base on these issues.

Moderator
Stella Dawson
Chief Correspondent,
Governance and Anti-Corruption, Thomson Reuters Foundation

Panelists
Sanjay Pradhan
Vice President for Change, Leadership and Innovation,
World Bank

Anabel Cruz
Founder and Director,
Communication and Development Institute

Ellen Miller
Co-Founder and Executive Director,
Sunlight Foundation

Chris Underwood
Director,
Global Action, Making All Voices Count

Edwin Lacierda
Presidential Spokesperson,
Government of the Philippines

Time: 18:00 – 19:30 GMT

Where: WorldBank Headquarters & Online.

Follow the conversation: #opengovnow 

This event is the second in a series on "How Can Technology Accelerate Citizen Engagement?" It is part of the program of seminars for the 2014 Spring Meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.

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