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Global Government Forum, 2017When: Where: Singapore
The two-day event was attended by top officials from 11 countries, including New Zealand head of state services Peter Hughes; Australian deputy secretary for governance Elizabeth Kelly; UK civil service chief executive John Manzoni; and deputy director-general Matthias Freundlieb of the German Chancellery.
As part of our role, the CPI team initiated a 90-minute conversation on the topic of building trust through open government. The session helped leaders to think about the causes of a breakdown of trust in government, where and why it happens, how it is being dealt with and how governments are set-up to manage it. We demonstrated that trust alone does not equal legitimacy and discussed how far open data and open government can help to build legitimacy and where it falls short too.Find out more
The Public Impact Fundamentals Immersion Session
Legitimacy, Policy and Action are all fundamental to public impact. Using a model underpinned by academic research and contributions from leading practitioners from around the world, our Public Impact Fundamentals Immersion Session helps senior government officials and their teams explore new ways of achieving their objectives.Read more...
Launchpad was co-developed by the Centre for Public Impact and the UK Civil Service to make innovation accessible to government. It is an innovation process designed to connect civil servants with outside experts to transform good ideas into policies.Read more...
Our bespoke, hands-on workshops allow senior policymakers to learn more about design thinking, delivery and implementation, evidence-informed policymaking and other cutting-edge topics for government.Read more...
Centre for Public Impact roundtables promote debate and draw out the experiences that lead to a greater understanding of how public impact can be achieved. These forums highlight what has worked and where challenges require new approaches.Read more...
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