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Paper Session 3


Wednesday, 3 April 2019 | 14:00 - 16:00 | RMIT University


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Track 3: Digital Inclusiveness, Equality, and the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals

The rapidly evolving digital culture is characterized by greater inclusion and participation of the public in social and political processes. This track explores sustainability, inclusion, and equality policies and programs by governments around the world that promote the 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

 

ACCEPTED PAPERS

  • An exploratory study of the accessibility of Mongolian legal information Web site by Batzorig Chimegbat
  • Digital Payments through PFMS - Facilitating digital inclusion and accelerating transformation to a ‘Digital Economy’ by Dipankar Sengupta and Nagesh Shastri
  • Towards Sustainable Development Goals: A Literature Review and a Conceptual Framework of Governance Issues in Africa by Mohamed H. Farah and Alvedi Sabani
  • Participation and Citizen Empowerment platform for e-governance: Communal Integration System (SINCO) by Rosa Angelica Sanchez Tortolero, Jean Carlo Marquez Gonzalez and Guy Alberto Vernaez
  • Evaluation of Accessibility and Accessibility Audit Methods for e-Governance Portals by Saidarshan Bhagat and Padmaja Joshi

CHAIRS / SPEAKERS


Track 3 Chair
Rehema Baguma
Uganda Technology and Management University
Track 3 Chair
Robert Krimmer
Tallinn University of Technology
Track 3 Chair
Jeremy Millard
Third Millennium Governance

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