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Vidéos du Colloque IMODEV - IRJS "Transparency at the Open Government Era"

11th February 2014

Session 1 : The Legal Framework of Transparency at the Open Government Era (10h - 13h)

Session 2 - Transparency & Human rights at the open government era (14h30 – 16h)

 

12th February 2014

Session 3 - Transparency and Accountability at the Open Government Era (09h30 - 12h45) Chairman: Charru Malhotra

Session 4 - Transparency & Good Governance at the Open Government Era (14h15 - 16h)


09h30 : OPENING SPEECH

William GILLES et Irène BOUHADANA,Directors of the master of Digital Law
Sorbonne Law School (University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)


Session 1 : The Legal Framework of Transparency at the Open Government Era (10h - 13h) Chairman: Jean-Luc Pissaloux, Professor of Public Law at the University of Bourgogne

Introduction Transparency and Open Government: Which Possible Convergence?

Irène BOUHADANA

Associate Professor at the Sorbonne Law School, 

Co-Founder and Secretary-General of IMODEV, 
Member of IRJS (France)

Constitution and Open Government in France: About The Laws on Transparency of The Public Life of 2013

William Gilles

Associate Professor (HDR) at the Sorbonne Law School, 
Co-Founder and President of IMODEV, 
Director of the Chair of America of the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, 
Member of IRJS (France)

Protecting the Public’s Access to Government Information

Christina E. Wells

Enoch H. Crowder Professor of Law, University of Missouri School of Law (USA)

The Swedish Constitutionally Based Right to Access to Public Documents Compared to the European Convention on Human Rights and the EU Law on Freedom of Information

Inger Österdahl

Professor of Public International Law at Uppsala University, Uppsala (Sweden) 

The New Spanish Transparency and Freedom of Information Act of 9th December 2013: Text and Context

Emilio Guichot

Professor of Administrative Law. University of Sevilla (Spain) 

Transparency, Administration and Internal Affairs in the Brazilian Courts

Armando Toledo

Judge of the Court of Appeal of São Paulo (Brazil) 


Session 2 - Transparency & Human rights at the open government era (14h30 – 16h) Chairman: Russell L. Weaver

The Duty to Consult during the Federal Regulatory Process in Canada: Preliminary Thoughts on the legal character of the Notice and Comment Procedure

France Houle

Full professor of Law at the University of Montreal (Québec), 
Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Migration and Border Studies (Canada) 

Transparency and Human Rights : Citizens’ Rights in Britain

Matt Qvortrup

Director of Research at Cranfield University(UK) 
Read by Steven Friedland


Session 3 - Transparency and Accountability at the Open Government Era (09h30 - 12h45) Chairman: Charru Malhotra

Ordinary Government Secrets in the USA

Ignatiana Shongedza

Lecturer at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (France) 

Transparency and Fiscal Responsability in the Brazilian Government

Daniel Carnio Costa

Professor at the Academia Paulista de Magistrados /Judge’s Academy from São Paulo (Brazil) 

Transparency of Polish Tax and Public Finance System at the Open Government Era

Henry Dzwonkowski

Professor at the University of Lodz (Poland) 

Rethinking Accountability and Transparency: Breaking the Public Sector Bias

Irma Eréndira Sandoval

Professor, Institute for Social Research & Director of the Laboratory for the Documentation and Analysis of Corruption and Transparency of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Mexico)

The Evaluation of the implementation of the Open Government in developing countries

François-Xavier de Perthuis de Laillevault

Co-Founder and Treasurer of IMODEV (France) 

 

Catherine Haswell

Expert in Evaluation of International Development (UK) 


Session 4 - Transparency & Good Governance at the Open Government Era (14h15 - 16h) Chairman : Jean-Bernard Auby - Professor of Public Law, Director of the Chair MADP in Sciences Po (France)

Governmental Transparency in Bolivia

SEM Jean-Paul GUEVARA AVILA

Ambassador of Bolivia to France 

Brazil’s Fight Against Corruption: Recent Improvements of Public Governance in the Country

Ivy Brasil

Expert in International Relationships, Former Member of the UNESCO Brasilia Office (Brazil) 

Corruption & Democracy: The Paradox of Political Transition

John M. Ackerman

Professor, Institute for Legal Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico & Editor-in-Chief of the Mexican Law Review (Mexico) 

Open Government Policy in Colombia: priorities and challenges

Marco Peres Useche

Director of the Observatorio de Sociedad, Gobierno y Tecnologías de Información, Universidad Externado de Colombia (Colombia) 

Transparency at the Open Government era: Indian/ SAARC Countries’ Perspective

Charru Malhotra

Associate Professor at the Indian Institute of Public Administration (India) 

SEM Jean-Paul GUEVARA AVILA

Ambassador of Bolivia to France 

Comments and questions


Session 5 - Transparency, National Security and Snooping at the Open Government Era (16h30 - 17h30) Chairman : Jean-Bernard Auby Professor of Public Law, Director of the Chair MADP in Sciences Po (France)

Transparency in Terms of the Issues Raised by the Snowden Affair and the NSA’s Snooping on USA

Russell L. Weaver

Professor of Law & Distinguished University Scholar University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law (USA) 

The differences between invisibility and visibility of surveillance in the mass surveillance age

Steven Friedland

Professor of law and senior scholar at the Elon University (United State) 

Transparency and National Security: An Australian Perspective

Margaret Allars

Professor at the University of Sydney (Australia) 

Closing speech