I first remember the year 2019, when I got officially invited to the Open Government Partnership (OGP) 2019 summit. The golden opportunity was to participate closely with the Canadian government and especially with PM Justin Trudeau.

I was lucky for being selected as a civil society activist from Tunisia, a partner country member of OGP since 2014.

The summit brought together global influencers representing different fields like academia, civil society, government, and the private sector. To facilitate dialogue on the open government movement, and help drive concrete actions.

OGP Summit was held between May 29th to 31st, 2019, the event has some key players in the open government movement, encouraging peer earning, and highlighting Canadian leadership and accomplishment in open government. Related to the three priority themes of Inclusion, Participation, and Impact.

Open Government Partnership 2019 official invitation:


Mohamed Ali Ben Ammar (in Arabic: محمد علي بن عمار), is a freelance journalist, blogger, editor-in-chief, founder at MABAPOST, and a theater actor. In 2007, he has got his diploma in audiovisual production as an anchor, and since 2014 has been certified in Journalism Training Workshop from BBC Media Action. Mohamed Ali Ben Ammar also completed his online training on the introduction to digital journalism, which was offered by Meta Journalism Project and Reuters, in 2021. On July 7, 2022, got certified in the theater with the project "Serenata" which was presented to the public on July 5, 2022. During the closing ceremony of cultural events for the session year 2021-2022.

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