Open Government Partnership launches Peer Learning Grant Initiative

The Open Government Partnership Anti-Corruption Working Group has launched the Peer Learning Grant Initiative!

The Anti-corruption Working Group (ACWG) seeks to support Open Government Partnership (OGP) member governments to commit and implement reforms that seek to tackle corruption, through sharing knowledge, incubating ideas and coordinating efforts across the Partnership. To this end the working group will facilitate peer-to-peer learning on the adoption and implementation of anti-corruption commitments.

The Initiative will make available small grants (maximum amount 5,000 EUR) to support peer learning activities that directly enhance the ability to develop, adopt or implement an anti-corruption commitment within the framework of the OGP national action plan.

Civil society organizations and government agencies that are directly involved in the development or implementation of an anti-corruption commitment within a country’s Open Government Partnership national action plan are invited to apply to the Peer Learning Grant Initiative by filling in the application form and submitting it by e-mail, before the indicated deadline.

Important dates · Deadline for submission of applications: 28 May 2017 23:59 CET. · Notice sent to grant winners: 2 June 2017. Only winners will be contacted. · All peer learning activities need to be completed by 31 October 2017.

The detailed guidelines can be downloaded here and application form here.

For questions please contact José María Marín - jmarin(at) or Larissa Schuurman – lschuurman(at)