Mentioned that the NGOs will put forward the national development goals of the Government of Bangladesh and work as the supplementary force of the government efforts. Envisioning a Bangladesh by 2021, a middle income country where poverty will be drastically reduced; citizens will be able to meet every basic need and development will be on fast track with ever-increasing rates of growth.
Investigating African e-Infrastructure Applications of the Future
6th-7th October 2010, Lilongwe, Malawi
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
The 2nd ERINA4Africa workshop will be held at Kumbali Lodge, LILONGWE, Malawi on the 6th-7th October 2010 with sponsorship from the European Union under the EU FP7 project ERINA4Africa.
The event will provide participants with the opportunity to discover e-Infr
It is my pleasure to invite you all to send in your nominations for the India eGov 2.0 Awards 2010, instituted by eGOV magazine to bring to forth organisations that have been effectively using social media tools, websites and portals for governance and social development in India.
Our constitution envisions a state mechanism that guarantees equitable distribution of wealth among its citizens and of opportunities, which will eventually guide to the path of sustainable economic development.
Last time I wrote about laying the foundations for the new Kabissa – today I’d like to tell you about some of the building blocks we are using to create the new structure.
To stay on track to achieve our funding goal, we need to raise $2500 by the end of September. We can’t do this without you. Please forward this update to 5 friends and ask them directly to make a donation to Kabissa.
After a week in Vilnius of listening and learning, of discussing and understanding I am now trying to conclude my experience of the human rights related sessions and discussions.
The week started with a successful pre-event:
Internet governance and human rights: Strategies and collaboration for empowerment.
Successful in terms of over 60 participants from a wide variety of stakeholders a
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A comment I made in an open consultation at the IGF 2010 in Vilnius has been tweeted somewhat out of context, which is of course in the nature of tweets. Here is some background.
The context was a lunch time session at the IGF with the chairperson of the Commission on Science and Technology for Development.
In this day and age, people in Indonesia, particularly Jakarta, are jumping on the “green” trends bandwagon in a quest to save the Earth from the effects of global warming.
As you already know, GenderIT.org team is taking part on fifth Internet Governance Forum meeting in Lithuania until this friday.
Please join us and take part on these upcoming activities:
Workshop 2 – Protecting women’s rights: Internet content from a gender perspective
For IGF first-timers and veterans, listening to people talk about issues related to internet governance has created a snowball effect of thoughts.