Transparency Camp 2013 Videos
In 2013 we invited some stellar people working to open governments and release data across the country and around the world to share about their experiences.
2013 wrap video
Over 500 people from 25 countries and 33 states converged to ignite the open government movement around the world.
Martha Mendoza from the Associated Press discusses the international movement for freedom of information laws and a worldwide project to test how easy it is to access information.
Eva Vozaroza from Fair-Play Alliance discusses monitoring political finance in Slovakia.
Executive Director of the Sunlight Foundation, Ellen Miller, discusses the open government and open data movements and the role TransparencyCamp plays.
Tiana Epps-Johnson from the New Organizing Institute discusses the Voter Information Project, which collects and organizes data about polling locations across the country.
Ashoka Fellow from Nigeria talks about tech startups in Africa, and how they are building civic applications to make their governments more accountable.
Sandra Moscoso from the World Bank and D.C. parent, discusses her quest to make the school system better by urging city officials to open data.
Stephen Schultze from Princeton Center for Information Technology discusses his project to eliminate fees charged to access the courts’ electronic records.