Conférence GovMaker Conferenceadmin February 4, 2017
225 Woodstock Road
Fredericton, NB E3B 2H8
The New Brunswick Social Policy Research Network (NBSPRN) is proud to host the “2015 GovMaker Conference” on November 23rd and 24th to explore innovative models of 21st century citizenship and governance in New Brunswick.
Last year, the conference featured high profile speakers Beth Noveck, founder of GovLab and former United States deputy CTO for open government, global industry leader and author Paul Macmillan, and the Chief Information Officer of New Brunswick Christian Couturier among many others, offering an unparalleled opportunity to interact with the top influencers in open data and open government. You can view last year’s sessions and learn more about the speakers at http://nbsprn.wix.com/govmakerconference.
By bringing together academic researchers, students, policy-makers as well as members of the public, private and not-for-profit sectors, this year’s 2015 GovMaker Conference will not only lead to great collaboration in the development of data-driven social and economic policy, e-citizen and e-governance but will also inspire new and creative ways to tackle some of the province’s biggest challenges. The two-day conference will offer concurrent sessions within the two streams: 21st century citizenship and 21st century governance.
Join us in this exciting collaboration to accelerate regional interest and explore citizenship and governance in the 21st century!
Want to present at the conference? Submit an abstract. More information available here!