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Consultations in preparation for the UN E-Government Survey 2022(for Europe, Middle East and Africa)
Start Date/Time:
Monday, May 24, 2021 8:00 AM
End Date/Time:
Monday, May 24, 2021 9:30 AM
Recurring Event:
One time event
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Normal Priority
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Description:

Consultations in preparation for the UN E-Government Survey 2022

(for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa)

24th May 2021: 12PM Standard GMT

(8AM EST)

 

Purpose

In preparation for the UN E-government Survey 2022 and with the aim to improve the Survey and its methodology, UN DESA is organizing consultation sessions with stakeholders to gather feedback and suggestions for the UN E-Government Survey 2022.

 

Supporting Documents

Agenda/ List of Speakers

Report

 

Presentations

Presentation by Arpine Korekyan (Moderator)

Presentation on the methodology of E-government Development Index(EGDI) by Wai Min Kow (Speaker)

• Artificial Intelligence supports ranking interpretation through inter-country similarities by Dr. Loredana Bellantuono (University of Bari, Italy)

 

Recording

Click here to watch the recording of this meeting on Zoom

 

 

Other Sessions

• 5th May 2021: 12PM Standard GMT (Global during the WSIS Forum 2021) - Completed, please click here for session details.

• 14th May 2021: 2AM Standard GMT (for Asia Pacific) (13th May 2021, 10PM EST) - Completed, please click here for session details.
• 17th May 2021: 6PM Standard GMT (for the Americas) (2PM EST) - Completed, please click here for session details.

 

 

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