International Girls in ICT Day is an opportunity for girls and young women to see and experience ICTs in a new light encouraging them to consider a future in technology. To date, over 111,000 girls and young women have taken part in more than 3,500 events held in 140 countries around the world.
Global IT Technology Program (ITTP), sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning, offers a customized master's and doctoral degree program for government officials, employees of public institutions or senior-level researchers at national research centers working in the IT fields of foreign countries. All the students will receive scholarships, up to 2 years for master’s students and up to 3 years for doctorate students.
On-line application: March 31st,2015 ~ April 21st,2015
The OAS Department for Effective Public Management (DEPM), the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University (MSPP/GU), CAF – Development Bank of Latin America and Konrad Adenauer Foundation’s Regional Program for Social Policy in Latin America (SOPLA/KAS) are pleased to announce the opening of the Call for Applications for the Advanced Inter-American Program on Policy Innovation and Management – AIPIM 2015.
The Organization of American States (OAS) began on Monday the first edition of its OAS Fellowship on Open Government in the Americas, with a meeting that brought together 24 young leaders from 16 countries of the Americas in the U.S. cities of Osprey Point, Maryland and Washington, DC, to debate ideas, exchange experiences and work on projects designed to increase governmental transparency, participation and citizen collaboration.
Cartagena de Indias, December 3th and 4th
This 3rd Ministerial Meeting on E-Government/ 8th Meeting of the Network of e-Government Leaders of Latin America and the Caribbean (Red Gealc), with the incorporation of Spain and Portugal and the narrowing of ties with Korea, marks the expansion towards the Ibero-American space and the awareness of a globally acknowledge country experience with e-government, representing altogether a milestone towards the network’s expansion and openness to the world. In turn, the Cartagena meeting will act as a catalyst for network’s work within the next two years, renewing the LAC region’s commitment with the use of technology in the service of citizens.