electronic governance

colist-admin at comm-org.utoledo.edu colist-admin at comm-org.utoledo.edu
Sat Apr 7 14:09:53 CDT 2001


Dear Colleagues,

I am sure this would be of interest to you.

There is an increasing momentum toward the use of Information and
Communication Technologies in areas relating to Governance in the South.
This new tool further empowers the civil society to play a significant role
in influencing decisions which affect them directly.

The website Digital Governance at http://www.digitalgovernance.org explores
some of the Innovative Models that put electronic-forms of Governance into
practice. These generic models have a huge potential to change the political
scenes, reshape democracy and transfrom the way citizens interact with the
Government. The website provides description of these models and the various
programmes based on these models, along with relevant electronic-governance
case-studies, articles and publications, and  upcoming events. You may
subscribe to more updates of Digital Governance by sending a blank email to
digitalgovernance-subscribe at yahoogroups.com

I welcome your Feedforward, suggestions, intellectual contributions and
practical experiences to enrich this initiative and also on areas of mutual
synergy.

Warm Regards,
Vikas Nath
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Innovator, KnowNet Initiative, http://www.knownet.org
Innovator, Digital Governance, http://www.digitalgovernance.org

Inlaks Fellow, 2000-1, London School of Economics, UK
Conceiver, DevNet Jobs, http://www.devnetjobs.org

HomePage: http://www.vikasnath.org
Email: knownet at knownetweaver.org or V.Nath at lse.ac.uk
Phone: +44 (0) 7887 92 0080
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