Mapping eDemocracy in SEE: from UN eParticipation index to NGOs cases in Slovenia

author: Simon Delakorda, Institute for Electronic Participation - INePA
published: April 6, 2010,   recorded: March 2010,   views: 118

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According to the latest UN E-Participation Index measurement, the majority of SEE countries improved their global standing regarding the quality and usefulness of information and services for the purpose of engaging its citizens in public policy making through the use of e-government programs. Nevertheless, e-participation in SEE countries is still falling behind their e-government developments. An overview of current e-participation situation in SEE within government domain will be presented, highlighting key elements needed for strengthening e-democracy in the region. One of them will be focused on non-governmental organizations and civil society e-participation experience (e.g. on-line Citizen's forum) needed for shaping inclusive and citizens oriented e-government policy.

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