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14 June 2007

 7th Global Forum on Reinventing Government


7th Global Forum on Reinventing Government

Workshop on

"Rebuilding Trust in Government through Public Sector Innovations"


28-29 June 2007

VENUE: Hall LM, Austria Centre Vienna (ACV)





The Workshop on “Restoring Trust in Government through Public Sector Innovations” is organized by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, through its Division for Public Administration and Development Management, and the Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Kennedy School of Government, at Harvard University in partnership with FORMEZ and the United Nations Governance Centre (UNGC).

The Workshop on “Restoring Public Trust in Government through Public Sector Innovations” aims at exploring why and how government should be revitalized through public sector innovations. It will focus on actual government innovations by drawing on the numerous experiences of innovators around the world who are solving problems confronted by citizens in daily lives, who are making government problem solving, responsive and cost effective.

It is expected that the Workshop will be highly interactive and participatory since all participants should have the opportunity to think analytically about the cases being presented and bring in their own experience of what promotes trust in government. The ultimate goal of this workshop is to build a shared understanding among all governance actors of why it is important to rebuild trust in government, as well as provide concrete tools on how to do it.

The Workshop will provide participants an opportunity to:

  • Discuss how innovations in governance can rebuild trust in government;
  • Share experiences and practical cases of public sector innovations that have helped rebuild trust in government;
  • Promote cooperation among government officials who are interested in replicating selected innovations that have helped rebuild public trust


Conference Documentation Relevant Publications and Papers



 7th Global Forum on Reinventing Government

 

Agenda

Aide-Memoire

List of Resources Persons

List of Participants

Summary of Case Studies presented at the Workshop


Information for Resource Persons

Note to Resource Persons (Chairpersons, Speakers and Rapporteurs)

Guidelines to Facilitate Discussion

Note on Room Facilities for Resource Persons

 

 



"Innovations in Governance and Public Administration: Replicating What Works"


Innovations in Governance and Public Administration:  Replicating What Works

The publication "Innovations in Governance and Public Administration: Replicating What Works" has been issued by the United Nations Division for Public Administration and Development Management, UNPAN. Click here to download online the full publication.

If you wish to receive a hard copy of this publication, please e-mail us. It will be available in printed form by April 06.


"Innovations in Governance in the Middle East, North Africa,and Western Balkans: Making Governments Work Better in the Mediterranean Region"

The publication has been issued by the United Nations Division for Public Administration and Development Management, UNPAN. Click here to download online the full publication.


Resource Persons Presentations

Innovations in Performance Management by Dongsung Kong | pdf | powerpoint |

 

Notice To Participants Contact Information


 7th Global Forum on Reinventing Government

On-line registration is required in order to be admitted to the Conference Facilities.

Please click here to register.

General Information can be found at http://www.7thglobalforum.org




Adriana Alberti ,
Chief Technical Adviser
Programme on Innovation in Public Administration in the Euro-Mediterranean Region Governance and Public Administration Branch Division for Public Administration and Development Management United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA).
Email: alberti@un.org



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