In our families, in our jobs, in our political dynamic at a national level, we always try to persuade others, first and foremost.
This one-page document aims to explain the origins and needs of the usage of ICT in global participation, as well as to mention some good practices and potential for the future.
The publication contains research project summaries written by students of the 2011 Research Phase of the Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme (IGCBP2011). The summaries were presented during EuroDIG 2011.
‘Some of the major issues in the African region that we, as individuals, have to face are infrastructure implementation, awareness, and education.
‘Indeed, the Internet can be a doubleedged sword.
One of the most important developments the Middle East has witnessed in the 20th centaury was the success of the Iranian revolution of Islamist ideology, with ambitions to control.
'There is a need to address these challenges to enhance the capacity of the AU organs, institutions and member states to better respond to instances of ICT policy in Africa.
Aldo Matteucci writes:
Everyone loves Wikipedia... yet hardly anyone realises that potential of the underlying software for streamlining paperwork in an MFA and significantly improving the efficiency of the archiving system. ...
'I am equally humbled to have found myself in a position to utilise the Internet and all of its potential and underlying capacity to be the catalyst for development and transformation in my country, in...
This paper examines the role of women in conflict management, using Sierra Leone as a case study.