Conference overview 2010

The e-Democracy Conference 2010 addressed from both the policy and technical perspectives, how the use of ICT can help improve democracy, transparency, accountability and effectiveness in the public institutions.

The conference took place from September 12th-14th at the hotel Inex Gorica in Ohrid, Macedonia. The event was co-organized by Nextsense and Centre for e-Governance Development for South East Europe (CeGD).

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Conference conclusions and final remarks

The advancement of the Information Society calls for the involvement of diverse stakeholders, including international organizations; governments, parliaments and other public institutions; the private sector; academia and the civil society. Our aim is to integrate those stakeholders and develop a knowledge sharing platform that would enable us to continuously exchange experiences and thoughts about the e-Democracy enhancement in the region. We certainly hope to stay in touch with all the Conference’s participants and discuss issues related to the implementation of the information and communication technologies in the public institutions which would contribute to the advancement of the Information Society.

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Conference opening

For the first time in our country the Conference welcomed 100 participants from 15 countries in the region, all gathered to discuss ideas and exchange opinions about ICT can improve the work of the public institutions.

The directors of the Conference co-hosts, Vasko Kronevski and Blaz Golob opened the Conference and saluted the guests.

“We are gathered here to debate how we can work on the enhancement and the progress of the regional democracy. We have many successful examples in Macedonia about solutions developed by our company Nextsense and implemented in the public institutions.” – said Vasko Kronevski, Nextsense CEO at the opening of the e-Democracy Conference.

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Conference closing

The e-Democracy Conference 2010 welcomed 30 delegations from 15 countries. 100 participants from Parliaments, Governments and Official Journals, as well as representatives from international organizations, business sector and academia were engaged in fruitful and interesting discussions about the role that ICT can play into improving the democracy and transparency of the public institutions.

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Conference keynote speaker

The e-Democracy Conference is supported by the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia and will be part of the activities for the celebration of the International Day of Democracy. It is our pleasure to announce that HE Mr. Trajko Veljanoski - President of the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia will be the keynote speaker on the Conference.

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e-Democracy Conference Topics

The e-Democracy Conference in Ohrid will incorporate a two-day event (12-th to 14-th of September) and will focus on the role that ICT can play in improving democracy and transparency of public institutions by addressing the following topics...

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