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The Windrush Scandal: the case for increasing BME participation in decision-making

20th March 2019 – No Comments

This commitment idea has been produced by Runnymede Trust. This action was part of the Open Government Pioneers Project. Check out more commitment ideas here. The Windrush Scandal of 2018 shocked the nation. British Subjects who had moved predominantly from…


Data Transparency for Social Change

15th March 2019 – No Comments

This case study was written by Runnymede Trust as part of the Open Government Pioneers Project. Check out the other case studies here. If we hope to reduce ethnic inequalities then high quality data is essential. The government’s launch of…

NI Open Government Network Blog – Where is my Good Friday Agreement?

26th February 2019 – No Comments

Written By Colm Burns I voted for the Good Friday Agreement (GFA) in May 1998 because I felt it was the right thing to do. I was 20 and not politically active, and hadn’t actually read the Agreement but I…