Workshop: Citizen engagement in decision making processes

07.04.2015 - 08.04.2015

The workshop will bring together public officials of Ministries and representatives of CSOs, partners of the Moldovan Central Public Authorities for developing capability to engage and be engaged in open decision-making process.

The objective of the workshop are:

  • To introduce the concept of open decision making;
  • To present the concept of the Guidebook on Citizen engagement in decision making and get feedback and recommendations from both public servants and representatives of CSOs;
  • To get practical knowledge how to manage different stages of complex decision making processes (based on Estonian experiences and practices)

The workshop is based on real situations which may occur in decision-making processes, using interactive methods and formats.

The workshop will be conducted by both Estonian and Moldovan experts:

Estonian team members:

Moldovan team members:

  • Veronica Cretu, President, Open Government Institute
  • Onorica Banciu, Expert, Open Government Institute
  • Nicolae Cretu, Program Director, Open Government Institute
  • Constantin Rusu, Expert, Open Government Institute

Workshop that will be held on 7-8 April 2015 in the Hotel Regency, Chisnau.  The workshop is organized by Estonian e-Governance Academy in close cooperation with Open Government Institute Moldova and Moldova e-Government Center.

The training is one of the activities of project „The implementation of principles of Open Government in engaging citizens in decision-making process in Moldova“, financed by Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in framework of Estonian Development Cooperation.

AGENDA

DAY 1 – April 7 (10:00- 16:00)

Time Session Details
9:30 – 10:00 Registration of participants
10:00 – 10:30 Introductory Session Welcoming remarks by Stela Mocan, Executive Director, E-Government Center and Ruslan Codreanu, Head of Policies, Strategic Planning and Foreign Aid Division, State ChancelleryPresentation of participants, presentation of the experts and sharing the main objectives of the event and project, how is connected to OGP and Information Society, what are the expected outcomes for Moldova – Veronica Cretu, Kristina Reinsalu
10:30- 11:30 Session 1- Guidebook Presentation of the first draft   of the Guidebook followed by the discussion – Moldovan experts
11:30 – 11:45 Coffee break
11:45 – 13:15 Session 2 – Engagement processes for 3th Moldovan OGP Action Plan 11.45- 12.00- State of the OGP process in Moldova –Veronica Cretu12:00-13:15 – Practical exercises in groups – Hille Hinsberg
13:15 – 14:00 Lunch break
14:00 – 15:00 Session 3Presentations of group-work 14:00-14:30 – Continuation of group work, summarizing   the discussion, preparing the presentation4:30 – 15:00 Presentations of working groups (each group 5 min)Conclusions of the group-work – Hille Hinsberg
15:00 – 16:00 Session 4 –Brainstorming for OGP Action Plan Brainstorming session in format of World Caffee- Hille HinsbergThe topics on Tables are:TransparencyCitizen participationFight against corruption

Local government activities for open governance

16:00 – 16:15 Wrapping-up session Concluding remarks, questions, feedback, reflections

 

DAY 2- April 8 (9:00-14:15)

Time Session Details
8:30 – 9:00 Registration of participants
9:00 – 9:30 Introductory Session Welcoming remarks by Stela Mocan, Executive Director, E-Government Center and Ruslan Codreanu, Head of Policies, Strategic Planning and Foreign Aid Division, State ChancelleryPresentation of participants, presentation of the experts/team and sharing the main objectives of the event and project, how is connected to OGP and Information Society, what are the expected outcomes for Moldova – Veronica Cretu, Kristina Reinsalu
9:30- 11:00 Session 1 –Engagement processes for 3th Moldovan OGP Action Plan 9:30 – 9:45- State of the OGP process in Moldova- Veronica Cretu9:45-11:00 – Practical exercises in groups – Hille Hinsberg
11:00 – 11:15 Coffee break  
11:15 – 12:00 Session 2-Presentations of group-work 11:15-11:30 –   Continuation of group work,   summarizing the discussion, preparing the presentation11:30 – 12:00 Presentations of working groups (each group 5 min)Conclusions of the group-work- Liia Hänni
12:00 – 12:45 Lunch break
12:45 – 13:45 Session 3- Guidebook Presentation of the first draft   of the Guidebook followed by the discussion – Moldovan experts
13:15– 14:15 Session 4 Brainstorming session in format of World Caffee- Estonian TeamThe topics on Tables are:TransparencyCitizen participationFight against corruption

Local government democracy activities 

14:15– 14:30 Wrapping-up session Concluding remarks, questions, feedback, reflections

 

The seminar took place in the Hotel Regency, Chisinau

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Kristina Reinsalu


Head of e-Democracy Domain

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