Minorities and E-governance: How ICT Is Changing Ethnopolitics
Hosted by Vello Pettai
E-governance encompasses the continually evolving interface between public administration and internet-based technologies. It involves citizens being able to use different on-line systems in order to manage as well as participate in governmental or administrative matters. On the one hand, e-governance promises to equalize populations via a more uniform treatment of citizen demands and needs. At the same time, there are a number of areas where e-governance needs a minority perspective. This online talk opened up this new horizon of research and asked what impact e-governance will have on minority issues.
Maimu Berezkina, Senior Advisor, Norwegian Health Network / Affiliate, MultiLing, University of Oslo Affiliate
Mihkel Solvak, Associate Professor in Technology Research, Center of IT Impact Studies, University of Tartu
Dennis Rosenberg, Postdoctoral researcher, Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of Jyvaskyla / School of Public Health, University of Haifa