The Scotland Civil Society Open Government Network is a coalition of active citizens and civil society organisations committed to making Scottish government work better for people through enhanced transparency, participation and accountability.
The Network was formed on the back of Scotland joining the Open Government Partnership’s Subnational Pilot Programme. Through initiating outreach and increasing engagement across Scottish civil society, the Network serves as an engine for new ideas and as a collective voice to collaborate with and challenge government.
Membership of the Network is open to any individual or civil society organisation. The governance and activities of the Scottish Open Government Network is being developed openly on the Network’s Wiki.
The best way to get involved in the Open Government Network is through joining the Open Government Forum. The forum hosts mailing lists for the Scotland Open Government Network and other UK networks.
You can also keep up to date with latest developments by following us on Twitter @opengovscot.