A number of legislative information technologies and standards are being discussed this week at the 2012 Parliamentary Monitoring Organizations Leaders Conference on Parliamentary Transparency and Networking, being held 30 April-2 May 2012, in Washington, DC.
The Twitter hashtag for the conference is #pmo2012.
Some key documents being discussed at the conference are:
- NDI and Sunlight Foundation, Parliamentary Transparency Pledge.
- IPU and UNDP. (2012). The global parliamentary report: The changing nature of parliamentary representation.
- IPU. (2006). Parliament and democracy in the twenty-first century: A guide to good practice.
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