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Hivos hosts an online conversation this Thursday to discuss its open contracting and inclusion research:

Join us Thursday 11 June at 3 PM CEST.

Who benefits from open contracting? In Hivos' latest publication (research by Francois van Schalkwyk  & Miko Cañares) on open contracting and inclusion, five cases were selected to explore the possible benefits of open contracting for marginalized communities.

The research set out to answer the following questions:

  1. How can open contracting reforms and increased availability of contract data be used to realize results and benefits for specific, historically marginalized groups external to government?
  2. What contextual and programmatic aspects in open contracting contribute to achieving meaningful results and benefits for these marginalized groups?
  3. What do specific, historically marginalized stakeholders experience as significant barriers/impediments to achieving the desired results and benefits?

Please join us during an online conversation where we will discuss the research results and dive into questions about if and how we can make open contracting interventions stick.

When: 11 June 3PM CET (9AM EDT / 4PM EAT)

Speakers

Miko Cañares (author) - Miko Cañares is managing consultant at Step Up Consulting and has 23 years of experience in development work primarily in research, results-measurement, data-driven innovation design, and adaptive management.

Ana Brandusescu - Ana Brandusescu is an independent researcher, advisor, and facilitator. She works on a more critical, and responsible use of data and technology.

Tim Davies  - Tim Davies is an interdisciplinary social researcher, consultant and facilitator working on projects that harness data, technology and collaboration for social change.

Silvana Fumega - Silvana Fumegais the Research and Policy Lead of the Latin American Initiative for Open Data (ILDA).

Jorge Florez - Jorge Florez works at Global Integrity leading efforts to support progress towards open fiscal governance in Mexico and other countries.

Moderation by Ana Sofía Ruiz (ILDA)

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