eGA’s partner of the year 2023 is the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine
Hannes Astok, Executive Director of e-Governance Academy, handed the prize over to Yevhen Horbachov, Head of Diia Company at the e-Governance Conference networking event.
Kaja Kallas: E-governance is a question of building up democracy
Opening speech of Kaja Kallas at #egov2023
Podcast & blog: The collaborative road to innovation, in Africa
For the first time, the 2023 e-Governance Conference is set to feature an all-African panel showcasing case studies from the continent.
More than 90 countries are gathering in Estonia to discuss the role of digital innovation in social change
The 9th e-Governance Conference will take place in Tallinn on May 30-31, focusing this year on how to implement digital innovations more efficiently, prevent digital vulnerability and be ready for the increased use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the public sector. The two-day event will host digital development strategists, decision-makers, policy implementers, and donors from […]
Data policy in the era of artificial intelligence
The ongoing conversation and development around artificial intelligence are bringing data policy back into the spotlight, as we will explore in a dedicated session at the e-Governance Conference 2023. Perhaps it’s also a signal, an indicator of how much work and care is needed before AI starts convincingly scaling to the public sector. Because while […]
The co-organizers of the e-Governance Conference are the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and ESTDEV
The e-Governance Academy (eGA), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Estonian Center for International Development Cooperation (ESTDEV) signed a cooperation agreement for the organization of the e-Governance Conference in the years 2023 – 2025. The purpose of the cooperation is to discuss Estonia’s foreign policy goals and international development cooperation topics in the conference […]
Digital vulnerability cannot be fixed in a boardroom
Nothing about us, without us. From the foundational principle of representative democracy to an inclusive approach to service design. The journey of this quote is long and spans across centuries, but gains renewed relevance today – when digitalization is ubiquitous, and public services must be designed for all, not just the ‘most’. Margus J. Klaar […]