ICT for development
EIFL’s Public Library Innovation Programme (EIFL-PLIP) has launched its first innovation award call – for libraries offering services that use ICT to improve economic wellbeing of the community.
APC’s “open spectrum” initiative aims to provide an understanding of spectrum regulation by examining the situation in Africa, Asia and Latin America. In this synthesis, the project’s consultant Carlos Afonso brings together the most important aspects of the studies in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela.
Smart phones, an Internet-enabled library on wheels, online medical consultations, websites and webinars, SMS – 14 more public libraries are using cutting-edge ICT to serve community information needs and to contribute to local and national development goals.
The fourteen new public library services were launched this month in Africa, Latin America and Europe, with support from EIFL (Electronic
The 7th edition of APC member SANGONeT’s ICT4RD 2011 confronts the realities of rural development and explores the innovative use of ICTs to catalyse the growth of ICT4RD solutions for scale from November 1-3.
Bangladesh comes to Kalamazoo!
By Chip Locke – WB8ALW, on October 1st, 2011
Many of us made a new friend today in the person of Mr. AHM Bazlur Rahman, or
“Bazlu”, S21BRfrom Dhaka, Bangladesh. Bazlu is in Kalamazoo through October 16th by invitation of the US Department of State under the Legislative Fellows Program.
Realizing Digital Nation
eASiA 2011, Dhaka, Bangladesh, December 1-3, 2011
eAsia 2011, with the slogan Realizing Digital Nation, is the annual international Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for development event with the objective of reinforcing technology and knowledge-centric growth and needs of Asia vis-à-vis Bangladesh, through capitalisation of market economy and boostin
APC is organising a series of events in the context of the next IGF in Nairobi.
For everyone involved, solving disputes often takes a considerable amount of time and money. This also holds true for Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) procedures. Thus, in practice, it is often pointless to pay for dispute resolution in a complex dispute environment.
Imagine buying a new computer mouse that costs 20 euro from a website located in another continent.
The narrator of The Shape of My Youth recalls how two years previously, a relative sold her for US$ 23. She was just 12. But this and other digital stories produced by a group of young Filipinos are not just stories of betrayal – they are also stories of hope.
Youths Turn to Community Theater and Digital Story Telling to Address Domestic Violence and Trafficking
Young people in Olongapo and Angeles City, Philippines are tapping their creative talents to combat serious issues that have plagued their communities: domestic violence and trafficking.