Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 05/30/2013
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Dear epractice members,
We are thrilled that so many people have shown interest for the Inclusive eGovernment workshop!
We hereby present some of the questions that we aim to tackle during this session that we also encourage each and every member's opinion!
1.Â How do you think Inclusive eGovernment is relevant to current EU and national policy priorities?"
2. Has EU funding for inclusive eGovernment projects demonstrated tangible impact in real-life in terms of recommendations, conclusions, or good practice cases in reducing social exclusion?
3. In your opinion, has the implementation of policies and projects towards inclusive eGovernment services reduced the digital divide? Will this continue to occur in the future and at what rate?
4. Are there groups more targeted than others when designing eGovernment services meant to be inclusive? Are joined groups (suffering from multiple disadvantages) taken into account as well?
5. How important are digital skills in achieving an inclusive eGovernment? Should policies be complementary in these two distinct Riga areas?
6. Which are currently the major challenges, priorities and concerns in the area of inclusive eGovernment R&D (research and applications)?
7. What is the motive that drives inclusive eGovernment services? Is it of economical or social nature? Which associated challenges, barriers and opportunities for Governments?
8. Could you give us a good practice example of how an inclusive eGovernment service should look like in 2020?
9.Â How could Inclusive eGovernment contribute the the Digital Agenda for Europe?
We are looking forward to hearing from you!
The Inclusive eGovernment workshop Team