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Tuesday, October 11 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Open Government for the EU Recovery Agenda: How? // Governo aperto per l'agenda di ripresa dell'UE: come?

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Accountability and transparency on how money is spent–and on whom–will be critical to ensure the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) at the core of this investment delivers in making European economies and societies more sustainable, resilient, and better prepared for the challenges and opportunities of the green and digital transitions.

Oddly enough, the European Commission did not commit member states to rigorous reporting and public oversight requirements on these loans and grants, which will total over €672bn, despite a terrible track record of corruption and misspending in EU funds.

The Open Spending EU Coalition’s, recent White Paper on RRF Transparency offered a recipe for improving spending transparency across the EU. 

During this interactive panel, we will hear from the EU governments and civil society about their approach to the openness of the EU funds and offer the desired model for transparency of RRF spending. We will spend most of the time in group discussion - you will have lots of space to contribute.

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Responsabilità e trasparenza su come vengono spesi i soldi e su chi sarà fondamentale per garantire che il Piano di ripresa e resilienza (RRF) al centro di questo investimento contribuisca a rendere le economie e le società europee più sostenibili, resilienti e meglio preparate per le sfide e le opportunità delle transizioni verde e digitale.

Stranamente, la Commissione europea non ha vincolato gli Stati membri a obblighi di rendicontazione rigorosi e di controllo pubblico su questi prestiti e sovvenzioni, che ammonteranno a oltre 672 miliardi di euro, nonostante un terribile track record di corruzione e spese errate nei fondi dell'UE.

Il recente Libro bianco sulla trasparenza della RRF della Open Spending EU Coalition ha offerto una ricetta per migliorare la trasparenza della spesa in tutta l'UE.

Durante questa sessione interattiva, ascolteremo i governi dell'UE e la società civile sul loro approccio all'apertura dei fondi dell'UE e offriremo il modello desiderato per la trasparenza della spesa RRF. La maggior parte del tempo sarà dedicata alla discussione di gruppo: avrai molto spazio per contribuire.

Moderators
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Karolis Granickas

Head of Europe, Open Contracting Partnership

Speakers
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Laura Valli

Board Member, ANAC (National Anti-Corruption Authority)
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Luigi Reggi

President, Monithon
Member of the steering committee of OpenCoesione.gov.it, Italy's open data portal on EU Structural Funds and other national funds for development.Co-founder of Monithon.it, a civil society initiative aimed at monitoring the use of EU funding in Italy.Open Spending, Citizen Engagement... Read More →
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Elena Calistru

Director, Funky Citizens
Elena Calistru is the chair and founder of Funky Citizens, a Romanian-based NGO. Funky Citizens builds research-based, data-driven advocacy tools. Funky Citizens’ tools aim to be educational and actionable, encouraging citizens to engage in accountability and government responsibility... Read More →
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Ieva Kimontaite

Advisor, The Office of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania
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Krzysztof Izdebski

Co-Lead of Open Spending EU Coalition and Policy officer at the Stefan Batory Foundation, Open Spending EU Coalition / Stefan Batory Foundation
Krzysztof Izdebski. Legal and policy expert. Co-Lead of Open Spending EU Coalition, and policy officer at the Stefan Batory Foundation. Marshall Memorial, and Recharging Advocacy for Rights in Europe (RARE) Fellow. He  is a lawyer specialized in access to public information, re-use... Read More →


Tuesday October 11, 2022 2:00pm - 3:30pm CEST
Roma Eventi: Room CARDUCCI Piazza della Pilotta, 4, 00187 Roma RM, Italy