Panelists and Speakers at the World e-Parliament Conference 2008
The United Nations, through the Global Centre for ICT in Parliament, and the European Parliament will sponsor the participation of a limited number of parliamentary staff from developing countries (according to the OECD/DAC list of ODA recipients) by covering the travel and per diem expenses of one delegate per Chamber. Parliaments are expected to directly support the additional delegates.
Fecha:Mar, 25/11/2008 - Mié, 26/11/2008
The Report of the World e-Parliament Conference 2008 is now available.
The World e-Parliament Conference 2008 took place at the European Parliament in Brussels on 25 and 26 November 2008. The Conference was co-organized by the European Parliament and the Global Centre for ICT in Parliament, a joint initiative of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) and the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) and a core group of partners, established in 2006 to promote the role of parliaments in advancing the Information Society goals as well as the effective use of ICT for the modernization of parliamentary processes.
The World e-Parliament Conference provided an opportunity to debate the challenges and benefits provided by ICT and analyzed successful approaches, identified good practices and lessons learned.
LISTA DE LOS PARTICIPANTES
List of delegations and speakers that have participated in the World eParliament Conference 2007
Speeches and presentations
Fecha:Jue, 21/10/2010 - Vie, 22/10/2010
The World e-Parliament Conference 2010 took place on 21 and 22 October 2010 at the Pan-African Parliament in Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. The event was co-organized by the United Nations, the Inter-Parliamentary Union, the Parliament of South Africa, the Pan-African Parliament and the Global Centre for ICT in Parliament.
The Project “Support to ICT Strategic Planning in the SADC Parliaments” intends to assist the parliaments of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) in developing their vision and comprehensive strategic plans for the effective deployment of ICT in Parliament. It also aims to assist in strengthening national ICT Parliamentary Committees to enhance their political engagement in the national and regional e-strategy processes.
Source:Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Foreign Ministry of Estonia is supporting the project of the e-Governance Academy through which an electronic information system is being created for the parliament of Afghanistan. Foreign Minister Urmas Paet stated that using a modern system will make the work of the Afghan parliament more trustworthy, transparent and effective.
List of national parliaments websites, courtesy if the Inter-Parliamentary Union.
The ECOWAS Parliament is the Assembly of the people of the Economic Community Of West African States. Members of the Parliament are deemed to represent all citizens of West Africa. It provides advisory opinion on issues covering a wide range of areas that are of crucial importance for the integration process in the region. These include respect for human rights, the interconnection of communication and telecommunication links, health, education, and revisions of basic community texts.
International Conference Center Abuja, CT
The Pan-African Parliament was established in March 2004, by Article 17 of The Constitutive Act of the African Union, as one of the nine Organs provided for in the Treaty Establishing the African Economic Community signed in Abuja , Nigeria , in 1991. The establishment of the Pan-African Parliament is informed by a vision to provide a common platform for African peoples and their grass-roots organizations to be more involved in discussions and decision-making on the problems and challenges facing the continent.
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