Post Tagged with: "Mexico"

BSG Students, Governance, cooperation and law

MPP student Paola (third from left) with her colleagues

My summer project: working at the Unit for Gender Equality at Mexican Congress

Last December, a new government assumed power in Mexico. It was the first time that a leftist party won the presidential election and a simple majority in the Lower House of Congress. Since its institutionalisation in 2014, the National Regeneration Movement (MORENA) party gave Mexicans a new source of hope […]

by × 12 July 2019 ×

BSG Alumni, Governance, cooperation and law

BSG alumni Fiona Smith (left), Enrique Zapata and Emma Truswell

Open data: connecting people – just like BSG

It should not have surprised me that my first unplanned BSG connection happened at an international leaders’ event. This week, my team at the Open Data Institute has brought together outstanding open data leaders from governments around the world as the inaugural cohort of the Open Data Leaders Network, starting […]

by × 20 February 2015 ×