1 June, 2016

Andreas Pavlou hosted a session at the first TransparencyCamp in Europe in Amsterdam, presented by the Open State Foundation and the Presidency of the Council of the European Union and focused on open data, new technologies and policies that make the EU work for people, stimulates open government and helps people grasp the workings of the various EU institutions. The session lead by Andreas focused on the process of making requests, and what challenges there were. He also presented

Participants shared their expertise on new technologies and governing policies to stimulate an open government. Developers, policy makers, journalists, diplomats, technologists, students, government officials and the public at large will come together to formulate and share ideas, insights, best practices and innovative measures on how to use technology to make governments more transparent and inclusive.

You can find more info about the conference here.