Northern Ireland





Is Stormont ready for an ‘open’ relationship? | The Detail

6th November 2014

From The Detail: “THE words `Stormont’ and ’Open Government’ do not sit easily together. The political institutions are regularly found to be teetering on the edge of crisis. The smaller parties on the Executive claim to be left in the dark about DUP/Sinn Féin deals. And the British and Irish governments are accused of leading…


Ann Allan – Why I’m Going To Malone House… | Vixens With Convictions!

25th October 2014

From the Vixens With Convictions! blog: “On Wednesday 5th November I’m off to Malone House to the launch of the Northern Ireland Open Government Network. I have been involved for the last few months in helping to get the launch up and running and I’m looking forward to seeing how it will evolve.” Visit the…


Launch of the Northern Ireland Open Government Network

7th October 2014

Venue: Malone House, Barnett Demesne Date: Wednesday 5th November 2014 Time: 10am – 1pm  Register Here: https://opengovnilaunch.eventbrite.co.uk The Building Change Trust will be hosting a seminar and discussion event on 5th November for all those organisations and individuals interested in progressing an open government agenda and getting involved in a campaign for the implementation of the Open Government…


Open Government Partnership in NI – What’s the Next step? | Slugger O’Toole

9th June 2014

From the Slugger O’Toole blog: “Off the back of the hugely successful Open Government Partnership seminar held in Belfast at the end of May, the Building Change Trust are hosting a follow-up discussion this Thursday to see where we can go next with bringing this International Initiative to Northern Ireland.” Visit the site



Open Government Partnership: How to start the ball rolling… | Slugger O’Toole

15th May 2014

From the Slugger O’Toole blog: “After Tuesday’s #DigitalLunch on Open Government Partnership and ahead of Friday’s event in Belfast, for those of you thinking of how you might roll up your sleeves and get involved in making government smarter and more open, here’s your Survival Guide to OGP in Six Memos.” Visit the site