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Workshop on e-Participation in Astana, Kazakhstan
Start Date: Oct 06, 2014
End Date: Oct 08, 2014
Description:

DMB/DPADM and Kazakhstan’s national communications agency will conduct a three-day training workshop in Astana concurrently with the 2014 Global e-Government Forum. The workshop is aimed at government officials at both the national and regional levels, as well as select civil society representatives, and will utilize a survey tool developed by DMB as part of its Development Account Project – the Measurement and Evaluation Tool for Engagement and e-Participation (METEP).

The objective of the workshop is to gauge the level of e-Participation readiness in Kazakhstan and to raise awareness of the technologies used for citizen engagement. Concrete policy recommendations will be given based on the results of the METEP self-assessment guide, with a view to the future implementation of policy changes on e-Participation.

METEP certificates will be awarded for participation in the three-day programme.

 

Documents

Workshop Agenda

Workshop Aide Memoire

Development Account Project Fact Sheet

Development Account Project Document

Workshop Evaluation Form

 

Presentations

"eParticipation - From Consultation to Collaboration (Or How to Turn Turtles into Gazelles)" - Julia Glidden, 21c Consultant, United Kingdom

Abylaikhan Ospanov, Head of Department on Development of e-Services and PSC, Ministry of Investments and Development, Republic of Kazakhstan

"An Overview of e-Participation around the World and in Kazakhstan" - Deniz Susar, Governance and Public Administration Officer, DPADM/UNDESA

Kuralai Yeleussizova, IT Director, Ministry of Investments and Development, Republic of Kazakhstan

"METEP Overview" [Russian] - Yuri Misnikov, e-Participation Consultant, UNDESA

"e-Participation and Civic Engagement in Kazakhstan: incentives, challenges and prospects" - Maxat Kassen, Docent, CSc in Political Science, Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan

"e-Participation: Caribbean Perspectives" - Andre Griffith, Caribbean Centre for Development Administration (CARICAD)

"Open Data for Participation: Examples from the Netherlands" [English] [Russian] - Ton Zjilstra, Interdependent Thoughts, Netherlands

"More Disruptive and Smarter Government: e-Participation in Korea" - Soung Hie Kim, Professor, KAIST Graduate School of IT and Media Management, Republic of Korea

"Best Practices on e-Participation"; "The Evolution of e-Services""Whole-of-Government Approach" - Jose Clastornik, Executive Director of AGESIC, Uruguay

"e-Participation and Open Government: Experiences of Turkish Metropolitan Municipalities" - Turksel Kaya Bensghir, Director and Founder of E-Government Center, Turkey

"Engaging Citizens in Policy-making" - Epp Maaten, Adviser on the Information Society, Office of the President of Estonia

"N Broadcasting Platform and e-Participation: The Case of Incheon City in Korea" - Seunghwan Myeong, Professor, Inha University and IITU at Almaty, Editor-in-Chief, International Journal for eGovernance Networks (IJeN)

"Way Forward: Kazakhstan National E-Participation Workshop" - Deniz Susar, Governance and Public Administration Officer, DPADM/UNDESA

 

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#un_eparticipation #metep


Contact Information

Mr. Deniz Susar

DMB/DPADM/UNDESA

susar@un.org

Ms. Eleonora Mazzucchi

DMB/DPADM/UNDESA

mazzucchi@un.org

 

 

Created By: DPADM/UNDESA
Organizers: UNDESA, Government of Kazkahstan
Participation Requirements: By Invitation

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