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Assessment Of Key ICT Policy Issues And Capacity Building Needs In CEE’s Civil Society
Valentina Pellizzer | 6 December 2005

The main goal of the assessment is to identify priority Information and Communication Technology (ICT) policy issues and Civil Society needs in the context of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).

The outcome of this survey will help the Association for Progressive Communication (APC) to develop and design ICT policy training materials and ICT policy pilot-courses aimed at building the capacity of civil society organizations. The goal is to train and educate civil society organizations to understand policies and regulations related to ICTs. This understanding is necessary for organizations to begin or continue to engage and influence policy processes which affect ICT adoption and implementation on national, regional and global levels.

During this part of our research, we would like to gather the views and opinions of civil society members from regions of Central and Eastern Europe. Please complete our survey and let us know what you think.

To participate and fill out the survey, please click here .

Contact Information:

Valentina Pellizzer (Coordinator)

Ivana Pavic

Oneworld Southeast Europe (OWSEE)

Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)

gsm: 387 61 484 038

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