The 5th National Action Plan of Brazil was created in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, which required a great coordination effort between government entities and civil society organizations to establish an innovative way of ensuring participation and inclusion in the process.
The commitments were defined in 72 virtual workshops for co-creation, with 141 people representing 79 institutions. Of these, 41 were civil society organizations and 38 were public entities. The virtual modality of the co-creation of this plan was able to ensure that the relevant issues were discussed and the proposed goals were reached.
Monitoring and evaluation:
National platform for monitoring commitments (no information)
Latest report of the Independent Reporting Mechanism (no information)
Transversal topic: open data
Total commitments: 12
Subnational commitments: Yes
Open parliament commitments: Yes
Open justice commitments: No