The third Tallinn e-Governance Conference organised at the end of May by Tallinn based e-Governance Academy (eGA) with the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) focused on knowledge transfer as the main enabler of e-Governance development and shared best practices on e-Governance, e-democracy, open information societies and national cyber security from around the world.
The conference celebrated eGA’s 15 years of activities empowering e-Governance around the world. During its 15 years of activity, the eGA h...
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