A recap and full video of the event are available here.
Jean-Noé Landry is a civic and political engagement expert with 12 years of international and local experience. Over the past 5 years, as a co-founder of Montreal Ouvert and Québec Ouvert, he has focused on building and expanding the open data movement in Québec. He enjoys working and educating political parties and local governments on open data and supporting civil society become an active stakeholder.
Contextualising the open data movement in Québec, Jean-Noé will discuss some of the unique consultative bodies that the city of Montreal has put in place to engage citizens, including the City’s working group on open data and the mayor’s task force on democracy. He will also examine recent hackathons to discuss how local civic open data leaders are further developing this collaborative model and how Montréal Ouvert’s citizen-led approach successfully led to the city’s policy and political committments.
Jean-Noé works at the parliamentary office of the federal NDP in Montreal where he is responsible for training and education for Québec province while providing policy advice to the digital issues critic.
December 13th, 2013
Centre for Social Innovation
215 Spadina Ave. Suite 120
[After 8pm we’ll continue the conversation at a nearby bar.]