Date Published: Aug. 11, 2017, 9:20 a.m.
The objective of the workshop was to present and exchange experiences on initiatives developed by local governments and their partners to implement mechanisms for transparency, accountability and open government in cities. The workshop explored how municipalities can profit from the advantages of innovation and technology to prevent corruption and mismanagement to happen in urban management. The workshop offered an opportunity for cities to discover available SMART solutions that can have a significant impact on transparency and improve communication with the citizen.
The workshop gathered 80 representatives of local governments and their partners (network of cities, civil society and international organizations, service providers from the private sector, universities, etc.) from all around the world.
Madrid Guidelines 2017
For more information on the Madrid workshop, its goals and activities, download the concept note.