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Sinn Féin response to NIOGN letter on donor transparency – February 2017

13th February 2017
In response to our letter about transparency on political party donations, we received the following response from Michelle O’Neill on behalf of Sinn Féin: “Sinn Féin is committed to ensuring the highest levels of transparency in the funding of political parties whether that is in the form of donations or loans. Our commitment is to…
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Green Party response to NIOGN letter on donor transparency – January 2017

27th January 2017
In response to our letter about transparency on political party donations Steven Agnew, leader of the Green Party said: “Openness and transparency are key principles of the Green Party. We have raised this issue numerous times in the past and pledge to continue to do so. Our party is the only party in Northern Ireland who published…
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Alliance Party response to NIOGN letter on donor transparency – January 2017

27th January 2017
In response to our letter on donor transparency, the leader of the Alliance Party Naomi Long sent us the following letter addressed to the Secretary of State, James Brokenshire: “FAO:  Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Dear James, Thank you for your recent letter seeking the views of the Alliance Party in respect of the…
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TUV response to NIOGN letter on donor transparency – January 2017

27th January 2017
Jim Allister, leader of the Traditional Unionist Voice has responded to our letter on donor transparency, referring to recent correspondence sent to the Secretary of State, James Brokenshire:   “I wrote to the Secretary of State on 5th January restating the long standing position of my party that there should be full transparency around donations. TUV…
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Ulster Unionist Party response to NIOGN letter on donor transparency – January 2017

27th January 2017
In response to our letter on donor transparency, Mike Nesbitt of the Ulster Unionist Party has sent us a copy of his letter to the Secretary of State, James Brokenshire. He believes the time is now right to introduce transparency:  
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NI Open Government Network e-Bulletin – November 2016

30th November 2016
The November 2016 issue of the NIOGN e-Bulletin can be viewed here.
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The unknown landscape of a post-Brexit UK: Implications for the transition from Unsustainability – Professor John Barry

4th October 2016
View John Barry’s presentation on the 29th September 2016 event “Aarhus, TTIP and Environmental Protection post-Brexit” here.
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Conservation From The Ground Up: Rules of Engagement – Paddy Woodworth

4th October 2016
View Paddy Woodworth’s presentation on the 29th September 2016 event “Aarhus, TTIP and Environmental Protection post-Brexit” here.
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NI Open Government Network e-Bulletin – August 2016

22nd August 2016
The August 2016 issue of the NIOGN e-Bulletin can be viewed here.
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NI Open Government Network – OGP Summit Session Proposal

22nd August 2016
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